The National Museum Of Ireland was built in the 1880s to the design of Sir Thomas Deane. The treasury houses priceless items such as the Broighter gold boat, while Ór- Ireland's Gold, an exhibition focusing on Ireland's Bronze Age gold, contains beautiful jewellery such as the Gleninsheen Gorget. Other permanent displays include Irish Silver and glassware, the Viking exhibition, the War of Independence exhibition and more.
Note: Map is an approximate indication ONLY. Please contact National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and History for directions and precise location prior to your visit.