Tips for Visiting
Plan ahead: use this information to help you plan your trip ahead of time.
A visit will take about one to two hours depending on your interests. The Museum is usually less crowded on weekdays. You should also check that the Museum is open on the day you intend to visit - see Opening Hours.
Avoid the hassle of bringing the car into the city centre - see Find Us for directions and transport options.
Dublin’s climate is very changeable, so come prepared for all seasons! Weather Forecast for Dublin
There's so much to see at the Museum, you can take a break for lunch at the Café and come back to the galleries when you are ready.
Do not touch
It is a natural response to want to touch things, however, the Museum has to discourage this as the cumulative effects of abrasion, grease and sweat can result in irreparable damage to the objects.
Mobile Phone Use
To ensure a pleasant environment for all visitors, please refrain from using your mobile phone inside the Museum.
Hand-held cameras may be used in the galleries however the use of flash, video cameras, tripods and other digital equipment is not permitted.
Photographs taken in the galleries can only be used for personal use. Commercial use of any kind is not permitted.
For permission in relation to filming, please contact Rights & Reproductions Office at 003531 - 6486473 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Check the Calendar of Events
for the day that you plan to visit - there may be tours or workshops that you can take part in.