Tara's Palace and Museum of Childhood, Enniskerry
(3.6/5 based on 40+ reviews on the web)
Enter the magical world of dolls and fairies and admire hundreds of miniatures at Tara's Palace and Museum of Childhood. With its rich collection of tiny models, furniture, dolls, and dollhouses created by some of the world's most renowned craftsmen, the museum appeals to both kids and adults. The highlight of the collection is without a doubt the famous Tara's Palace, the 22-room masterpiece dollhouse that took over two decades to build. Every miniature piece of furniture in the palace is a work of art, and some are hundreds of years old. The funds that the museum raises through admission fees are used to help children's charity programs throughout Ireland. Our Enniskerry itinerary maker makes visiting Tara's Palace and Museum of Childhood and other Enniskerry attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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TripAdvisor
  • This "museum" is tucked in amongst the businesses that are stuffed into the Powerscourt House. It appeared very small and the price was very high. As others have said peek though the entrance to get a...  more »
  • On a visit to Powerscourt, we visited Tara's, and paid €5 each for a few minute browse... Costing us €25 for the 5 of us, in our opinion not worth the money... 
  • We visited Tara's Palace as part of our trip to Powerscourt Garden, it was well worth the small extra charge. A truly delightful doll's house with other wonderful memories of childhood. 
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  • A lovely trip down memory lane
  • Has to be seen to be believed. Wonderful little museum full of priceless miniatures. A must see if you are in the Dublin or Wicklow area.