Dublinia features three themed areas, with costumed actors recreating a bygone era of explorers and knights and encouraging the visitors to join in the role-play. This living history museum, located within one of the city's two major medieval cathedrals, narrates Dublin's history through reconstructions of Viking and medieval buildings and street scenes. You can learn about life onboard a Viking ship, take part in a medieval fair, and discover how historians and scientists work together to uncover the city's archeological secrets. End your visit by climbing the museum's medieval tower, which offers a bird's-eye view the surrounding area. Check online for tickets combining museum admission with a tour of the cathedral's medieval crypt. PutDublinia into our Dublin travel itinerary planner and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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Duration: 5 days
I loved visiting this museum, if you are an avid fan of the vikings history, this is a great place to visit and learn a lot of things about them and the link they had with the irish population. Very..... more »
An exhibition that seems to be more based at young children and up to age 13 or thereabouts. Being that it's marketed towards that age group, there seems to be very little for an adult audience that..... more »
A nice handful of exhibitions, notably family-friendly. Due to the focus on presenting things in an easily approachable way, it lacks a bit of depth and contents become a bit general. Display is well-done, though. Not a must-see but good for kids and anyone with a light historical interest.
Really friendly staff and knowledgeable tour guides. I love an interactive museum and this one was great fun with the costumes that you could try on. If you missed the guided tour (which is for free, and takes place at 11.30 for us), don't worry, there's loads of info and audio. There's three floors, the one I liked the most was the ground floor about Vikings (and the floor for which there's a tour guide), as you walk up the floors you'll be advancing in time. There's also a cosy cafe at the top floor. Super convenient to get tickets online, they do not have a fixed dates/times so you can go whenever after its purchase. Must visit spot if you're visiting Dublin ;)
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