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The Little Museum of Dublin is open 7 days a week from 9.30 to 5pm and on Thursdays we stay open until 8pm. Entrance to this quirky museum is by guided tour only. Our famous tours start on the hour, every hour. Housed in a landmark Georgian building...more
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If you're stopping through Dublin, even for just a day or two, I HIGHLY recommend stopping by this museum. It's small, sure, but charmingly quaint and packed with information that will help put your visit to Dublin and Ireland into perspective. The tour is engaging...More
We are a group of german aupairs in and around dublin and decided to visit the little museum. We were not disapointed at all. The two guides Andrew and John were very nice and gave us a lot of information in a funny and interesting...More
This is my second visit and I would go again. Andrew was our tour guide and he had a great sense of humour. Even though I am Irish, I learned a great deal. The aviation exhibition was fascinating. All the staff we met were very...More
We had booked online to visit The Little Museum of Dublin; our plans changed as one of us had to travel elsewhere on the day we had booked. We dropped into The Little Museum to see if it was possible to change the booking, the...More
I highly recommend this tour. It's only 10 Euro each and well worth it. Our guide, Andrew, was hilarious but rather modest so sorry for mentioning his name(yeah right!) heehee. We're Scottish so totally got his sense of humour. There's also a U2 room which...More
The admission comes free with the green hop-on hop-off bus so we decided to try it. The museum gives a nice look at modern Dublin and a Georgian townhouse. Your tour guide will give you a personal slant and no two will be alike.