Number Twenty Nine, Dublin

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Walk through Georgian Dublin at Number Twenty Nine, where each room has been meticulously restored to its original state. The Beatty family was the first to live in the house with their seven children. David Beatty, the father of the family, died young and left Olivia Beatty to raise her children in the comfortable home. Take a self-guided tour through the rooms, where you'll find plenty of information boards with stories about the house. The site also offers a guided public tour each afternoon on a first come, first-served basis. Before you head to Dublin, plan trip itinerary details with our user-friendly Dublin trip maker tool , to make sure you see all that Dublin has to offer, including Number Twenty Nine.
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  • After hit us on a hike to get not the were, until at the end, we saw around a fence that it was blocking all a facade but no sign or anything by the location can deduce that that was the House.
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  • Excellent house in very nice district close to the centre and parks. Guided tour takes you from the cellar to the attic and describe the way of living that tims. Separate bells connected with upstairs...  more »
  • After search and move up there we find ourselves with a sign that warns that it will be closed until 2020... this close to the park where this monument to Oscar Wide... disappointing...
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  • The museum is closed now to facilitate the reconstruction of the adjoining office block. To do a virtual tour of the building go to numbertwentynine.ie
  • They're closed to the public but they only very recently updated their website. I went there not knowing it was closed. I checked their website on my mobile so if their website updates are not visible via mobile then they need to do something about it. I was very disappointed having made my way there specially to visit it.
  • I got out from The Little Museum of Dublin at 16:20 and i tried to reach this before the end of admission time at 16:30. I arrived at the main door at 16:30 and I tried to knock it as itwas closed. When i read the sign and realized that the entrance is around the corner downstairs I was at the closed entrance at 16:32. I tried to knock but nobody opened, but i saw some visitors inside. Don't go there on sunday or monday because it's closed
  • One of the best!! The rooms of the old georgian palace are so nice and at ground floor you can drink an excellent tea!!
  • Unique museum. Time travel back to the 18th century Irish ascendancy and see the toys the children played with, the kitchens the servants toiled in and the rooms the gentlemen caroused in. Recommended

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