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Five best museums:

» National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
» National Museum of Ireland - Natural History
» Collins Barracks Decorative Arts and History Museum of Ireland
» Chester Beatty Library
» Dublin Writers Museum


More museums:

Dublin Civic Museum
58 South William Street, Dublin, (01 679 4260).

A series of themed exhibitions to illustrate what Dublin was like from 1170 to 1540. The Medieval Maze comes with full visual and sound effects and even aromas. St Michael's Hill, Christ Church, Dublin 8 (01 679 4611).

GAA Museum
The GAA museum is in th grounds of Croke Park and is dedicated to the athletics, old and new. Croke Park, Dublin (01 855 8176).

Irish Museum of Modern Art
A collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art.

Irish-Jewish Museum
A former synagogue anhd now tells the story of Jewish life in Dublin.

National Museum at Kildare Street
Kildare Street, Dublin, (01 677 7444).

National Photographic Archive
Meeting House Square, Temple Bar, Dublin (01 603 0200).

National Wax Museum
Granby Row, Parnell Square, Dublin, ( 01 872 6340).

Old Jameson Distillery
History of Irish Whisky and housed in a former distillery. Bow Street, Smithfiled Village, Dublin 7 (01 807 2355).

Shaw's Birthplace
33 Synge Street, Dublin, (01 475 0854).

The Book of Kells
The Book of Kells is a manuscript of the four Gospels that dates to 800 AD, and is viewable at Trinity College in the Old Library. Inside the library is also the Dublin experience a multimedia story of Dublin. College Green, Dublin 2 (01 608 2320).

The Joyce Tower Museum
On the edge of Dublin harbour where Joyce lived in 1904. Sandycove, County, Dublin (01 280 9265).

Waterways Visitor Centre
The Waterways Visitor Centre is a white cube that floats on the Grand Canal. Grand Canal Quay, Ringsend Road, Dublin (01 677 7510).


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