National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin

Categories: Art Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
At National Gallery of Ireland see Irish and other European masterpieces, including Italian Baroque and Dutch works. Founded in 1854, the museum houses 14,000 pieces, with an extensive permanent collection of Irish paintings. Admire the dramatic architecture of the Millennium Wing, which opened in 2002 and was designed by Benson & Forsyth. Stroll through Merrion Square on your way to or from the museum and take in the scenery. Check online for information about tours, educational programs, and visiting exhibits. To visit National Gallery of Ireland and get the most from your holiday in Dublin, create itinerary details personal to you using our Dublin itinerary maker.
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  • Important pieces still to be seen, but there is significant construction going on and only two large galleries are open. When the work is completed I am sure my rating would significantly improve. Mus...  read more »
  • This is a great little gallery. She me good Irish representation as well as internationals such as Vermeer and Picasso. Two hours is enough since it is not exactly extensive by international standards...  read more »
  • We visited the National Gallery of Ireland twice during our stay in Dublin. The gallery was having renovations done while we were there, so only two of their spaces were open. However, the pieces of a...  read more »
  • Free admission however you need to pay for the Da vinci exhibition which was disappointing. Van Gough, Picasso and Monet paintings impressive. Worth a visit.
  • The housed exhibitions are worth a go, with quite a few paintings from known artists. Currently with Da Vinci pieces if work! Can't miss that!
  • Beautiful free gallery. I saw drawings from Leonardo Da Vinci that were showcased from the British Royal collection.
  • Visited the Da Vinci drawing exhibition. Amazing!!! + Staff was very friendly!
  • A must see in Dublin. Free but worth twice that. Some great works and hte cafe is excellent too.
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