The Little Museum of Dublin

"Dublin's best museum experience."
The Irish Times called it, “Dublin’s best museum experience.” With three floors of exhibition space and over 5,000 artifacts donated by the public, the Little Museum shows visitors the history of Dublin in the 20th Century. A first edition of James Joyce’s Ulysses and photographs on tenement life are among the “eclectic range of objects” here. Guided tours are available and tickets can be purchased in advance online.
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The Little Museum of Dublin
Learn the story of the city through items donated by local residents, such as photographs and family heirlooms. The museum also hosts temporary exhibits on popular culture and runs an ongoing series of absorbing lectures on culture, politics and art. With this imposing townhouse as your starting point, stroll through some of Dublin's impressive Georgian streetscapes by way of St. Stephen's Green, Fitzwilliam and Merrion Squares.
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Dublin's little museum with a big heart
If big museums aren’t your thing, but you’d like to get a flavor of the story of Dublin, drop into the Little Museum on St Stephen’s Green which is full of quirky memorabilia from times past in the city.
There are guided tours on the hour and each tour reveals some of the city’s secrets, with letters from famous literary characters like James Joyce and Samuel Becket, signed U2 albums and all sorts of things on display from badges and newspapers to old signs and even bullets, all which have a story to tell.
Set in a Georgian townhouse, with views out over St Stephen’s Green and the excellent Hatch & Sons Irish Kitchen in the basement for post-tour grub, there’s a lot to love in this little space.

15 St Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland
+353 1 661 1000
Fri - Wed 9:30am - 5pm
Thur 9:30am - 8pm