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01/08/2014 - 31/08/2014
During opening hours
Drop-in Activity - Families
Collins Barracks (Decorative Arts & History)
One of designer Eileen Gray’s most famous chairs was inspired by the letter ’S’. What piece of furniture would you design using a letter of the alphabet as your inspiration? Visit the Eileen Gray exhibition and then drop into the Activity Area during August to test your design skills - and give yourself an A! Drop-in Activity, no booking required.

01/08/2014 - 31/08/2014
During opening hours
Drop-in Activity - 7-12yrs
Turlough Park (Country Life)
Select your favourite artefact from the Folklife Collection then simply complete one of our ‘My Favourite Object’ activity sheets. Prizes for the best filled out activity sheet - available in English and Irish language.

01/08/2014 - 31/08/2014
During opening hours
Drop-in Activity - Adults
Turlough Park (Country Life)
Choose your favourite object and write a story about it in just six words. Entries will be judged by Irish Independent Editor, Katie Byrne and published in the Weekend Magazine. Pick up your entry form at reception!

23/08/2014 - 31/08/2014
Various times
Various - All Ages
Collins Barracks (Decorative Arts & History)
Drop in to Collins Barracks during Heritage Week, from 23rd - 31st August, to enjoy an exhibition or take part in a tour, talk or workshop. During the week, pick up the Heritage Trail, a free resource for families to explore the Museum, looking for examples of Irish heritage on the way!

Tour - Adults
Collins Barracks (Decorative Arts & History)
Join historian Orla Fitzpatrick for an illustrated talk focusing on the architecture of house fronts and window dressing in Stoneybatter. Also part of the Museum’s Beyond Pebbledash Programme. Admission free but booking essential.

23/08/2014 - 23/08/2014
10.30 & 11.15am
Tour - Family Age 7+
Merrion Street (Natural History)
Join Geraldine Breen for these special Heritage Week family tours of the displays in the Irish Room at the Museum. Learn about the fish, birds, mammals and insects that share our island with us. No booking required. Places limited and allocated on a first come, first served basis. Wheelchair accessible.

23/08/2014 - 23/08/2014
11am-1pm
Workshop - Adults
Kildare Street (Archaeology)
Join expert book artist Sandi Sexton for an introduction to the craft of binding books. Beginners welcome. All materials provided. Booking is essential. To book, contact the Education Department at 01 648 6339 or email educationarch@museum.ie. Not wheelchair accessible.

Performance - Adults
Turlough Park (Country Life)
The songs, story and family pictures of the iconic Delia Murphy of ’The Spinning Wheel’ fame. Presented and performed by Delia’s niece Carmen Cullen. With musical accompaniment by Gerry Anderson and a reading from Carmen’s new novel ’Two Sisters Singing’, sets the scene of 1940’s Ireland. Booking required.

24/08/2014 - 24/08/2014
3-4pm
Tour - Adults
Collins Barracks (Decorative Arts & History)
Join Museum educator Edith Andrees for a special Heritage Week tour and talk on Collins Barracks as a home for the soldiers and their families who lived here, over three centuries. Also part of the Museum’s Beyond Pebbledash Programme. Admission free but booking essential.

26/08/2014 - 26/08/2014
11am to 1pm
Drop-in Activity - All Ages
Merrion Street (Natural History)
Drop-in and meet zoologist Geraldine Breen at the Discovery Zone and get up close to some of the largest teeth and scariest skulls in the animal kingdom. You can stay five or fifteen minutes and discover how to unlock the secret information that scientists learn by looking at animal skulls. Drop-in. Wheelchair accessible.

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