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Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

| Charlemont House Parnell Square North, Dublin D01 F2X9, Ireland
+353 1 222 5550
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Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is the oldest gallery of modern and contemporary art. Visit the gallery to see our great collections of paintings, sculpture, drawings and Francis Bacon's studio. Opening Hours Tuesday to Thursday 10.00am- 6.00pm Friday & Saturday 10.00am-5.00pm Sunday 11.00am-5.00pm Closed Mondays. ADMISSION TO THE GALLERY AND EXHIBITIONS IS FREE. See gallery website for current exhibitions and events.
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| Charlemont House Parnell Square North, Dublin D01 F2X9, Ireland
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Was just passing and thought would pop in. Great exhibition on francis bacon. Great range of art work, modern, old and everything for someone. There is plants of space to walk around. Intersecting information about the artist and pictures.

Thank misscb2018
Reviewed 1 week ago

It has been a long time since I have visited the Hugh Lane Gallery, but, today's visit was not disappointing, I got to see Francis Bacon's Studio and a lovely little collection of Harry Clarke Stained glass. This is a compact yet fascinating gallery and...More

Thank Emily G
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My partner and I walked from Trinity College to Dublin City Gallery taking a more eastern route as we headed north and the walk was great in that I got to see a more nitty gritty part of Dublin on the way there. I went...More

Thank Cuchisco
Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

Fantastic exhibition of Francis Bacon and his studio. Well worth the visit plus all the impressionist pieces from Hugh Lane donation

Thank Gerry O
Reviewed 12 January 2018

Right across the Garden of Remembrance and next door to the Writers Museum, the Hugh Lane City Gallery has a well-curated collection which stands out with a good balance between world-renown masters such as Rodin, Manet, Bacon and less popular, though equally interesting contemporary artists....More

Thank gracehoppin
Reviewed 29 November 2017 via mobile

At the top of Connell St this museum is easy to walk to - but there are a lot of road crossings to cross near to the Theatre (and some road works) which may be a challenge for groups with children- but don't let that...More

Thank Gayle R
Reviewed 28 November 2017 via mobile

A visit to the Hugh Lane gallery is free and absolutely worth your time. If you like WB Yeats you'll have fun finding the portraits his father and brother made, as well as a portrait of the man himself, Hugh Lane. They have a stunning...More

Thank Jessie K
Reviewed 23 November 2017

this is an excellent museum that has some of Ireland's best known artists. It is north of the river by about 15minutes by walking. Lots of Francis Bacon works here.

Thank tfizzle
Reviewed 23 November 2017

This gallery is always a treat. Well laid out, the interior encapsulates the old and new architecture beautifully. There is always something interesting on display. The Francis Bacon studio is well worth a trip and they have live music on sundays.

Thank Herbivore-84
Reviewed 3 November 2017

Lovely building and easy to get to but I can't say that I'd go again unless there was a special exhibition on. There are some very 'worthy' pieces here but not much that floated my boat. How do you spell neugh?

Thank Toffeetastic-coyb
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mrscfmacintire
23 May 2017|
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Response from Stephen R | Reviewed this property |
That is correct - top end of O'Connell St
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mrscfmacintire
23 May 2017|
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Response from Adrian P | Reviewed this property |
It's close to the north end of O'Connell Street and on many of the tour bus routes. There are lots of hotels in this district, it's prime tourist territory
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Response from FlyMeToRio | Reviewed this property |
The Hugh Lane gallery is a museum - though, I have stayed at the Maldron on Cardiff Lane (city center, east of Trinity College), and they offer rooms with two full / queen beds easily. In fact, I've found this is more... More
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