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NMI - Natural History temporary closure from 8 September 2020

Photo of the whale specimens suspended from the roof of the NMI - Natural History as taken from the Balcony.

The removal of the first whale skeleton in the National Museum of Ireland- Natural History  is due to take place from 8 September 2020.

As there will be a lot of construction related activity in the Museum during this time we will be closing to the public the 8 to 17 September 2020 inclusive. We will reopen on 18 September to coincide with Culture Night.

You can follow news about the construction activity happening at #DeadZooDiary on Twitter, which will be updated by Nigel Monaghan, the Keeper of Natural History and the diverse team involved in this project
 

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