What’s on at the Little Museum of Dublin

There’s always something fascinating on at the Little Museum of Dublin. We’re open 7 days a week from 9.30am to 5pm and on Thursdays we stay open until 8pm. Our famous tours run on the hour, every hour where you’ll discover amazing stories from our capital city. See below for details on what’s on now.

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wings of ireland

In a stunning new exhibition, the Little Museum of Dublin pays tribute to the explorers, tycoons and hare-brained eccentrics who were our pioneering aviators.

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WOMEN’S HISTORY OF IRELAND

Women have always played a part in Ireland's history- but have not always been recognised. Sarah Costigan shares the fascinating role of women in Irish history.

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U2: MADE IN DUBLIN

Ireland's greatest rock band has finally got the exhibition it deserves. U2: Made in Dublin charts the story of the band over the last 40 years.

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the santa rita concerts

Experience magical evenings of fine wine and beautiful music in the heart of the city. The Santa Rita Concerts, provide a unique, deeply immersive experience.

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THE GREEN MILE

This excellent walking tour of St Stephen’s Green begins in the museum at 11am every Saturday and Sunday morning. Join us this weekend.

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THE EDITORS ROOM

The Editor’s Room is a re-creation of the paper at the time when it was run by Robert “Bertie” Smyllie, one of its most legendary and successful editors.

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the dublin lectures

Our acclaimed lecture series charts the history of Dublin and her people. Each lecture begins or ends with a complimentary Santa Rita Estates wine reception. 

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THE ALFIE BYRNE COLLECTION

Alfie Byrne was the most popular Dublin-born politician of the 20th Century. His personal archive is now on view in the Little Museum.

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THE LITTLE HISTORY OF DUBLIN

The Little History of Dublin tells the story of this great city in 15 bite-sized clips covering subjects as diverse as Switzer’s, Nelson’s Pillar and the Celtic Tiger.