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School Tours to Museums in Dublin

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National Print Museum
The National Print Museum is open from Monday – Friday, 9.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday – Sunday, 2.00pm to 5.00pm. Tickets for a guided tour cost €2.00 per child/student/senior citizen, €3.50 per adult, €7.00 per family and teachers are free of charge. Teachers information packs available. Further information.....
Christ Church Cathedral
A tour of Christ Church cathedral will give students the opportunity to feel close to figures studied throughout their education, including Strongbow and St Laurence O’Toole. Tours also include a visit to our crypt. Pupils over the age of 12 will have the chance to climb up to our belfry and try their hand at bell-ringing. Find out more
<span style='text-transform:uppercase;'>GAA</span>  Museum and Croke Park Tours
Croke Park, the home of Gaelic games, is the ultimate school tour destination bringing together our national sport, heritage and culture in one inspiring location. Learn more about our Primary & Secondary Tours.
Dublinia’s exhibitions reveal fascinating insights into our Viking and medieval past using reconstructions, audio-visual and interactive displays. Try on a Viking costume, or feel how heavy slave chains were around your neck! Our events schedule has everything from Medieval Cooking , Music & weapons displays to Viking storytelling. Find out more
National Leprechaun Museum
Make your school tour magical by joining us at the National Leprechaun Museum Dublin for a journey to the Otherworld, where you can immerse yourself in the mythology of Ireland. Experience the world as a leprechaun and learn all about this legendary land. Our storytellers will introduce you to Ireland’s rich history of storytelling on this 45 minute guided tour. Find out more .
National Museum of Ireland
The National Museum of Ireland consists of 4 different museums:
Museum of Archaeology - Kildare Street,
Museum of Natural History - Merrion St.,
Museum of Decorative Arts & History - Collins Barracks,
Museum of Country Life Castlebar. Find out more here.
Glasnevin Cemetery Museum
Glasnevin Cemetery Museum offers exciting and engaging education programmes for students of all ages. Students can learn about the events and personalities which shaped the course of Irish history one hundred years ago through guided tours of the cemetery, interactive exhibits and preparatory work packs- Find out more
GPO Witness History
GPO Witness History is a new interactive and immersive visitor attraction which offers a unique blend of learning, engagement and fun to students of all ages. A visit to GPO Witness History links closely to various elements of both the primary and secondary school curricula. Find out more.
<span style='text-transform:uppercase;'>EPIC</span> The Irish Emmigration Museum
EPIC The Irish Emmigration Museum is the new Irish diaspora museum. Through 20 state-of-the-art galleries, visitors immerse themselves in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure, and discovery the world has ever known. Find out more here.