ADDRESS

29 Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 702 6165
numbertwentynine@esb.ie

PRICES

Adults: €6
Concession / Student / Seniors: €3
Under 16 yrs: Free

WEB

www.esb.ie/no29

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Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum

Number Twenty Nine is Dublin's Georgian House Museum. Visitors take a guided tour from the basement to the attic, through rooms which have been furnished with original artefacts as they would have been in the years 1790 to 1820.

Number Twenty Nine Lower Fitzwilliam Street, was first occupied in 1794, during a time of great change and expansion in Ireland's capital.

The first occupant was Mrs Olivia Beatty, the widow of a prominent Dublin wine merchant. Visiting the exhibition gives young and old alike a chance to experience what life was like for the fortunate who lived in such elegant townhouses, and the less fortunate who worked in them.

The exhibition is a partnership between Electricity Supply Board and the National Museum of Ireland.

Facilities:
Tea room and gift shop.

How to Get There:
Buses 7, 10 or 45 from City Centre.
DART (Pearse Station). Entrance to the exhibition is on the corner of Fitzwilliam Street Lower and Mount Street Upper.

Number Twenty Nine is included on The Dublin Pass! Find out more about the current special offers here!

Download Visit Dublin’s Family Fun Insider Guide to find out more about Family Fun in Dublin.

Download Visit Dublin’s Georgian Insider Guide to find out more about Georgian Dublin.



Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum

ADDRESS

29 Fitzwilliam Street Lower, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 702 6165
numbertwentynine@esb.ie

PRICES

Adults: €6
Concession / Student / Seniors: €3
Under 16 yrs: Free

WEB

www.esb.ie/no29

Share

Number Twenty Nine is Dublin's Georgian House Museum. Visitors take a guided tour from the basement to the attic, through rooms which have been furnished with original artefacts as they would have been in the years 1790 to 1820.

Number Twenty Nine Lower Fitzwilliam Street, was first occupied in 1794, during a time of great change and expansion in Ireland's capital.

The first occupant was Mrs Olivia Beatty, the widow of a prominent Dublin wine merchant. Visiting the exhibition gives young and old alike a chance to experience what life was like for the fortunate who lived in such elegant townhouses, and the less fortunate who worked in them.

The exhibition is a partnership between Electricity Supply Board and the National Museum of Ireland.

Facilities:
Tea room and gift shop.

How to Get There:
Buses 7, 10 or 45 from City Centre.
DART (Pearse Station). Entrance to the exhibition is on the corner of Fitzwilliam Street Lower and Mount Street Upper.

Number Twenty Nine is included on The Dublin Pass! Find out more about the current special offers here!

Download Visit Dublin’s Family Fun Insider Guide to find out more about Family Fun in Dublin.

Download Visit Dublin’s Georgian Insider Guide to find out more about Georgian Dublin.



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