ADDRESS

15 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 6611000
bureau@littlemuseum.ie

PRICES

Adult: €7.00
Senior citizen: €5.50
Student: €4.50 (free for Job Seekers)
Family: €14.00 (2 adults & up to 3 children)

Big J Wednesdays are sponsored by Johnson, Mooney & O

WEB

www.littlemuseum.ie

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Little Museum of Dublin

“Must See in Dublin” – Trip Advisor

The Little Museum of Dublin is centrally located on Stephen's Green, a fitting location for a place that is an homage to all things 'Dublin.' The Little Museum recognises that it is quirks and curio that really make a city, and they're super-adept at collecting it all together, and have created a collection that gives you a glimpse into Dublin's sociological history. Their tours have become infamous because of their knowledgeable guides, engaging content, and the quaintness of the museum.
Alongside objects that pack a big punch on subjects as varied as World War One and James Joyce, there are items related to famous visitors like John F Kennedy, Marlene Dietrich and Muhammad Ali. 

The museum asks the public to donate anything that they believe to be of historical importance, bringing the sense of community right into the museum, and allowing the stories of ordinary Dubliners of the past to be told. 

If you want to know all about Dublin, visit the Little Museum today.



Little Museum of Dublin

ADDRESS

15 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+353 1 6611000
bureau@littlemuseum.ie

PRICES

Adult: €7.00
Senior citizen: €5.50
Student: €4.50 (free for Job Seekers)
Family: €14.00 (2 adults & up to 3 children)

Big J Wednesdays are sponsored by Johnson, Mooney & O

WEB

www.littlemuseum.ie

Share

“Must See in Dublin” – Trip Advisor

The Little Museum of Dublin is centrally located on Stephen's Green, a fitting location for a place that is an homage to all things 'Dublin.' The Little Museum recognises that it is quirks and curio that really make a city, and they're super-adept at collecting it all together, and have created a collection that gives you a glimpse into Dublin's sociological history. Their tours have become infamous because of their knowledgeable guides, engaging content, and the quaintness of the museum.
Alongside objects that pack a big punch on subjects as varied as World War One and James Joyce, there are items related to famous visitors like John F Kennedy, Marlene Dietrich and Muhammad Ali. 

The museum asks the public to donate anything that they believe to be of historical importance, bringing the sense of community right into the museum, and allowing the stories of ordinary Dubliners of the past to be told. 

If you want to know all about Dublin, visit the Little Museum today.



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