Take a look inside of the people in a nation and you will at once find out more about who they are. What do their furniture look like, what paintings are on the walls and what do their clothes look like? Therefore, if you want to know more about the Irish population, get to know them from the inside in the Decorative Arts and History Museum.
In Ireland the National Museum has four different parts which are located in four different places in the country. Three of them located in the capital, Dublin, and one is in Mayo County on the west side of the country. The Decorative Art and History institute is in the capital in a central place. Usually people who travel to Ireland choose to visit Dublin, so if that is you, then you have the chance to visit the Decorative Art and History Museum. Here you can see fashion from different ages, enjoy beautifully designed furniture, take a look at ceramics, child toys, flags, military objects and similar objects that will give you a pin-point to what life in Ireland is like.
Travel back in time and get to know Ireland and Dublin back in time, and then get back to real life in the present again, and see what life in Ireland is like at the moment. Curious? Visit the Decorative Art and History Museum in Dublin..
Decorative Art and History
Collins Barracks, Benburb St, Dublin 7, Co. Dublin