15th March 2013 – On going

CONTACT

+35316762570

WEB

www.100objects.ie

Share

A History of Ireland in 100 objects

A history of Ireland in 100 objects celebrates Ireland’s history as told through objects which are on display in museums and cultural institutions throughout the country.  There is a great variety of objects to visit for a great day or two out.  Extend your enjoyment by following the trail all over the country and recording the objects you have visited on the ‘My 100 objects trail’ page in the book.

A trail map will be inserted in The Irish Times on Thursday 21stMarch.  It will guide you to all the 100 objects in museums around the country.

Learn more at www.100objects.ie

The Royal Irish Academy, the National Museum of Ireland and The Irish Times are collaborating with the EU Presidency, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Adobe to bring you a gift of A History of Ireland in 100 objects ‘from the people of Ireland to the people of the world’ for St Patrick’s Day 2013.

Download your gift from the Irish government on www.eu2013.ie until 31st March

Locations:

Dublin:

National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street.

National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks.

Trinity College Dublin.

Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place.

National Library, Kildare Street.

Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street.

National Archives of Ireland, Bishop Street.

GAA Museum, Croke Park.

Countrywide:

National Science Museum, Maynooth College.

Carlow County Museum.

Irish Agricultural Museum, Wexford.

Medieval Museum, Waterford Museum of Treasures.

Derrynane House, Kerry.

National Museum of Ireland, Turlough Park, Castlebar.

Monasterboice, Co. Louth.

Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh.

Ulster Museum, Belfast.

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

Museum of Free Derry, Derry.

Tullaghoge Fort, Tyrone.

Clonca Graveyard, Donegal.

A History of Ireland in 100 objects

15th March 2013 – On going

CONTACT

+35316762570

WEB

www.100objects.ie

Share

A history of Ireland in 100 objects celebrates Ireland’s history as told through objects which are on display in museums and cultural institutions throughout the country.  There is a great variety of objects to visit for a great day or two out.  Extend your enjoyment by following the trail all over the country and recording the objects you have visited on the ‘My 100 objects trail’ page in the book.

A trail map will be inserted in The Irish Times on Thursday 21stMarch.  It will guide you to all the 100 objects in museums around the country.

Learn more at www.100objects.ie

The Royal Irish Academy, the National Museum of Ireland and The Irish Times are collaborating with the EU Presidency, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and Adobe to bring you a gift of A History of Ireland in 100 objects ‘from the people of Ireland to the people of the world’ for St Patrick’s Day 2013.

Download your gift from the Irish government on www.eu2013.ie until 31st March

Locations:

Dublin:

National Museum of Ireland, Kildare Street.

National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks.

Trinity College Dublin.

Christ Church Cathedral, Christchurch Place.

National Library, Kildare Street.

Royal Irish Academy, Dawson Street.

National Archives of Ireland, Bishop Street.

GAA Museum, Croke Park.

Countrywide:

National Science Museum, Maynooth College.

Carlow County Museum.

Irish Agricultural Museum, Wexford.

Medieval Museum, Waterford Museum of Treasures.

Derrynane House, Kerry.

National Museum of Ireland, Turlough Park, Castlebar.

Monasterboice, Co. Louth.

Ulster American Folk Park, Omagh.

Ulster Museum, Belfast.

Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

Museum of Free Derry, Derry.

Tullaghoge Fort, Tyrone.

Clonca Graveyard, Donegal.

Elsewhere on visit Dublin