The Natural History Museum in Dublin is a brilliant museum if you would like to bring your children to a museum full of animals exhibited. The entrance is free, and the museum is located in a very nice area (governmental buildings and other museums), so this is worth the walk. The museum is open from 10.00 – 17.00 from Tuesday to Saturday and on Sundays from 14.00 until 17.00.
Some of the topics covered in the National History Museum in Dublin are: The Irish Fauna, Mammals of the World, Steps in Evolution, Birds of a Feather, Mating Game, Underwater Worlds and some more.
The Natural History Museum is a part of “The National Museum of Ireland.”
Natural History Museum Dublin
Merrion Street, Dublin 2
How to get to the museum?
Bus: 44,44B,44C,48A,50X,65X – Merrion Sq. West