Little Museum of Dublin - Self Guided Tour

What can I expect
  • Discover a thousand years of Irish history in just 60 minutes.
  • The classic version of the Little Museum experience.
  • Visit the U2 exhibition - one of the best tributes to Ireland's favourite rock band
Quick Buy
Adults
€10.00
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Students
€8.00
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Senior Citizens
€8.00
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Family Tickets
(2 Adults + 2 Kids)
€20.00
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Standard Admission Self-Guided Tour

Since it opened in 2011 – the fascinating museum which is made of artefacts completely donated by the Irish public, has become Dublin’s favourite museum. The Little Museum of Dublin chronicles Dublin’s history across just a few small rooms in a Georgian townhouse overlooking St. Stephen’s Green.

Exterior sign for little museum of dublin on st stephen's green

Over 5000 Dublin Artefacts

This ticket allows you to explore Ireland’s best museum at your own pace - taking in all the artefacts and exhibitions at your leisure. You will explore the multi-award winning museum which is home to over 5,000 objects detailing Dublin’s rich past. From the visit of Queen Victoria to U2, and from Joyce to John F Kennedy, you will learn fascinating parts of Dublin’s history in the Little Museum.

U2 Museum at the Little Museum of Dublin

GETTING TO THE LITTLE MUSEUM OF DUBLIN

The Little Museum of Dublin is at 15 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. This is the Northside of the green, close to Grafton Street and Dawson Street.

Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

DoDublin City Tours, City Sightseeing Bus Tours, and Big Bus Tours have stops directly across the road from the Little Museum.

Dublin Bus

Many Dublin Bus routes pass close to the museum. Plan your journey with Dublin Bus.

Walk

The Little Museum is located less than 1km from Trinity College & The Book of Kells. If you're on foot, this is a great way to explore the stunning area where the Museum is located - you can visit the world renowned Book of Kells and then walk up Grafton Street by the historic Bewley's Cafe. You'll also pass by some historic Dublin streets such as South Anne St and Johnson's Court, or some famous Dublin pubs.

Cycle

Cycling is a great way to travel to see around The Little Museum and sights around St. Stephen's Green and Georgian Dublin. There is a Dublin Bike station at the southern gate of Trinity on Lenister Street and another Dublin Bike station on Stephen's green.

Luas

There are two Luas stops very close to the door of the museum - St. Stephen's Green or alternatively, explore some of the book shops around the area if you hop off at the Luas stop on Dawson's Street.

Tour Video

Vouchers must be printed and cannot be accepted on smartphones or mobile devices

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