Find out about visiting options for mobility, visual and hearing impaired visitors to the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology.
There is one entrance - from Kildare Street, next door to the Government Buildings. There are three stone steps and a wheelchair ramp to the main entrance level. This entrance is level with one set of glass double doors leading into the main reception area.
Lifts and access to galleries
All ground floor galleries are accessible. However, there is no lift servicing the first floor.
Accessible toilet facilities
Accessible toilets are located on the ground floor, on the far side on the central rotunda.
Indoor seating/mobile stools
Seats and mobile stools are available upon request from the Information Desk.
Wheelchairs are available from the Reception Desk on request. Please call ahead to reserve one on +353 (0)1 6777444.
There is seating located outside the main entrance to the Museum.
Guide and assistance dogs are welcome.
Please note that lighting in some exhibitions is low to address conservation concerns around certain artefacts.
There are touchable exhibits within the Museum. Please ask a staff member or attendant to help you locate these in the Museum.
We regret that induction loops are not currently installed in the Museum.