All sorts of Animal displays to see here, from fish to birds to lions and tigers. There's even whales! Nice to walk through and it's free!
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About National Museum of Ireland - Natural History
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Visited here briefly before visiting the National Museum of Archaeology. It reminded me very much of the Old School Natural History museums I visited as a child. In serious need of an updating. Good thing it is free or I would have felt I wasted...More
Nice museum for those interested in nature. There is an emphasis on nature found in Ireland, but the collection includes species from around the world. Entry is free.
The displays are static and it is like an "old style" history museum, but we liked it because they had animals not seen in other places. Lots of the displays are at kid height.
It was raining so we ducked into this free museum to kill time while we waited for it to stop--and I don't regret it! At first I was admittedly a little creeped out, because the first floor of the museum is quite dark and right...More
It's free. Not to big but packed with thousands of items. It's the oldest museum in Ireland and was opened by Dr.David Livingston. Yes, that Livingston (I presume) ;-)
This is a great place to bring children! There is a skeleton of a giant deer, now extinct that is INCREDIBLE! A must see and it is FREE!
We went in here for the GIANT DEER Skeletons alone ad were impressed as this place was rammed full of Animals - My kids loved it. Again was another FREE Admission Museum so cannot fault it.
This is free which is great! But i could help but feel like it could do with a bit of a revamp. There's a lot cramped in and not much information about the different species or storytelling throughout. Some people might find it a bit...More