Little Museum of Dublin - All Day Museum Visit
What can I expect
- Visit Dublin's Top Cultural Attractions with the DoDublin Days Out Card!
- Includes a guided Tour at a time of your convenience
- Explore the museum at your own leisure
- Green-Mile Walking Tour
- Experience the Museum’s latest exhibitions, including the U2 Exhibition
Little Museum of Dublin – All Day Museum Visit
Featuring an amazing value ticket that includes both a self-guided tour of the museum so you can explore at your leisure and a guided tour at a time that suits you.
Dublin’s Best Museum
Named Dublin’s Best Museum by the Irish Times – the Little museum of Dublin takes you on a journey back through Ireland’s fascinating past. This beautiful Georgian building houses thousands of artefacts (all donated by Dublin Natives) in meticulously curated exhibitions.
Discover the story of Dublin on the Little Museum’s Guided tour.
Your all day ticket allows you to discover a thousand years of Irish history at your leisure – as well as the museum’s exhibitions, including the much-loved U2 exhibition on the museum’s top floor.
St. Stephen's Green Walking Tour
Your all day ticket allows you to explore all the Little Museum of Dublin has to offer at your leisure – including the ever so popular U2 exhibition
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WHERE TO FIND THE LITTLE MUSEUM OF DUBLIN
The Little Museum of Dublin is located at 15 St. Stephen's Green, Dublin, close to the iconic Shelbourne Hotel.
Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
Our green sightseeing tours stop at St. Stephen's Green, just across the road from the Little Museum. The red City Sightseeing also stops across the road too, as does Big Bus Tours Dublin. It is a great chance to hop off and visit some of the attractions close by to Little Museum, such as the beautiful National Museum, a free attraction providing a great family day out.
Many Dublin Bus routes pass close to the museum. Plan your journey with Dublin Bus.
O'Connell Bridge is just 1km away from the Little Museum. On your walk, you will stroll by the front of Trinity College where you can visit the world renowned Book of Kells and then continue your walk up Grafton Street by Brown Thomas and Bewley's Cafe. It will only take 13 minutes to walk directly, but the chances are there will be plenty to stop and visit on your way!
Cycling is a great way to travel to see around The Little Museum and sights around St. Stephen's Green. There is a Dublin Bike station at the southern gate of Trinity on Lenister Street and another Dublin Bike station on Stephen's green. It would be less than two minute cycle directly but enjoy the cycle around the historic area.
There are two Luas stops very close to the door of the museum. One Luas stop is on St. Stephen's Green or alternatively, explore some of the book shops while making your way to the Luas stop on Dawson's Street. Plan your journey with Luas.