Timings : 10:00 - 17:00 (Tuesday - Saturday), 14:00 - 17:00 (Sunday)
Entry Fee : Free
The archaeology wing of the National Museum of Ireland is located on Kildare Street. It showcases artefacts uncovered in Ireland since pre-historic times, all the way up to the medieval period.
The museum has an enormous collection from all over Ireland, with artefacts and tools believed to have been used by humans over 7000 years ago. These particular collections are depicted in permanent exhibitions in the museum, which will guide you through the timeline of how tools, ornaments and daily objects evolved over centuries, from the stone age to the medieval period. Bodies of men believed to be sacrificed have also been recovered, with 4 of them on display in the museum.
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