Getting to the National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History, Collins Barracks

By Train

Within Dublin

Directions from Connolly Station:

  • The nearest station to the Museum if you are travelling by DART is Connolly Station
  • At the main entrance of Connolly Station, you will see a Luas (tram) stop called Connolly. From here, catch the Luas in the direction from the city (towards Tallaght)
  • Get off at the Museum stop, 6 stops after Connolly.
  • There is a pedestrian entrance to the Museum at this stop on Benburb Street. (Wheelchair users can access the main entrance further west along Benburb St., just opposite Liffey St.)
  • Journey time: about 15 minutes

From Outside of Dublin

If you are coming by train from outside of Dublin, you will arrive at either:

  • Connolly Station (see directions above)
  • Heuston Station
  • Pearse Street

Directions from Heuston Station:

Luas:

  • At the main entrance of Heuston Station, you will see a Luas (tram) stop called Heuston. From here, catch the Luas in the direction of the city (towards The Point or Connolly)
  • Get off at the Museum stop, 1 stop after Heuston.
  • There is a pedestrian entrance to the Museum at this stop on Benburb Street. (Wheelchair users can access the main entrance further west along Benburb St., just opposite Liffey St.)
  • Journey time: about 5 minutes

Walking:

Directions from Pearse Street Station:

Walking/Luas: 

  • From Pearse Street Station walk north to BusárasLinks to external website, Dublin's central bus station. This will take about 15 minutes .
  • Near the main entrance of Busáras, you will see a Luas (tram) stop called Busáras. From here, catch the Luas in the direction from the city (towards Tallaght).
  • Get off at the Museum stop, 5 stops after Busáras.
  • There is a pedestrian entrance to the Museum at this stop on Benburb Street. (Wheelchair users can access the main entrance further west along Benburb St., just opposite Liffey St.)
  • Journey time: about 30 minutes.

Walking:



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