Kavanagh Charter Horn, symbolic of the kingship of Leinster, twelfth and fifteenth century A.D.

Medieval Ireland Tour

This tour explores aspects of life in later Medieval Ireland, and considers the arrival of the Anglo-Normans in the mid 12th century and its impact on Irish society to the reformation of the 16th century.

Through exploring objects from the period, the weapons of war, treasured church shrines and tools of everyday life, explore themes of power, prayer and work in the Middle Ages in Ireland.

On request, this tour can include a handling session with replica Anglo-Norman chain-mail and helmet or Medieval pottery.

Medieval Serving Jugs

Maximum is 30 per group.
Duration approx. 45 minutes. Not wheelchair accessible.


Make a booking or enquiry.

 
Find us on Facebook and Twitter

Join us on Facebook:

National Museum Ireland on FacebookLinks to external website

Follow us on Twitter:

National Museum of Ireland on TwitterLinks to external website
Quick Links
Web Design by Arekibo