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All reviews collins barracks army barracks eileen gray military section parade ground irish soldiers easter rising luas stop free entry on display few hours interesting exhibits michael collins worth a visit couple of hours rainy day city centre
Had a few days visiting Dublin and this was on our To Do list. It is not the V&A in London but it is free and definitely worth seeing. It is slightly out of the main centre but the MUSEUM tram stop is right by...More
This isn't the V&A, but it is a fabulous museum to just wander through. The building itself, old barracks, are history enough, but the exhibits are fantastic. It seems off the beaten track, but really isn't. I walked from the Temple bar area, about 25...More
Beautiful setting, steeped in history.... exhibitions on military history, especially ww1 very interesting.... lots of other diverse items in the collection... free of course, that’s always good! Cafe. Maybe a bit pricey, but lovely cakes and savouries... very helpful and polite staff on reception.... would...More
Diverse and interesting exhibits. Decorative arts (e.g. clothing, jewellery, silver, furniture) curiously mixed with military history and the Easter Rising. All housed in an imposing and evocative building. Badly let down by appalling cafe service; nice coffee & cakes but the staff clearly regard customers...More
Really enjoyed our recent visit to the Museum as did the kids. It was a very informative day with plenty of knowledge and facts to be soaked up. Also really nice that when we were speaking Irish with my children one of the guides on...More