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Dublinia: Experience Viking and Medieval Dublin

St. Michael's Hill | Christ Church, Dublin 8, Ireland
+353 1 679 4611
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Dublinia is one of Dublin’s top visitor attractions with three exciting exhibitions all located at the historic crossroads of Dublin. There are three exciting exhibitions; Viking Dublin and Medieval Dublin recreate the city through life size reconstructions, including a Viking house and a medieval fair while Death and Disease are also investigated. Finally unearth the city’s past at the new interactive History Hunters exhibition, visit an excavation site, and see medieval bugs under the microscope in the Lab. See Dublin from a new perspective and come away knowing more about its citizens throughout the ages!
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St. Michael's Hill | Christ Church, Dublin 8, Ireland
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Reviewed yesterday

Went here while on our holidays from Madrid. €25 for family entry. Nice people to welcome you. First floor largely relates to the vikings. Kids enjoyed it but elder one (8 years old) a bit afraid of the somewhat too lifelike mannequins. Second floor still...More

Thank Eugene B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This museum provides excellent exhibits to retell the story of Dublin through the centuries. It is highly recommended for younger children as there are interactive exhibits for them to explore. Tickets bought in advance are recommended as the entry lines can occasionally be quite long,...More

Thank capriskman
Reviewed 3 days ago

This museum was a terrific presentation of the history and development of Dublin and the Irish presence. We spend a LONG time, feeling unhurried. There were some families that blew through, but they were easily out-waited so we con continue our leisurely look. Plan on...More

Thank NCTraveler27312
Reviewed 4 days ago

Somehow, the folks at Dublinia have created a poor mans amusement park exhibit in Dublin city center. While there was some learning about the history of Dublin, it was poorly done and not a highlight. I would not recommend Dublinia unless using the Dublin pass...More

Thank Jeremy L
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile

My husband and I visited earlier this week and we're quite disappointed with this attraction. We were expecting a museum and what we got was more of a hands on learning experience. There was nothing wrong with this attraction just not what we expected. This...More

Thank worldtraveller1970
Reviewed 6 days ago

Dublinia was very educational and interactive. Great for kids and adults. Beautiful views at the top of the tower. Worth the 94 steps.

Thank Kris G
Reviewed 6 days ago

This is a good museum with some decent exhibits, though it is not of the highest content or quality in my opinion. We bought the combined ticket with the Christchurch Cathedral, allowing you to cross the overhead bridge to the church for a complete visit....More

Thank Bryan D
Reviewed 6 days ago

This was recommended by a bus driver the day before and my 21 year old Son and I returned on foot to experience our Norse History and included weapon classes! The displays and lectures were very informative and especially enjoyed the Viking copper and silver...More

Thank Loren H
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited with my wife and 2 daughters (10 and 7) and had a great time. Lots to keep us interested, well presented and very interactive. Highly recommended.

Thank Phil W
Mary-ThereseB, Manager at Dublinia: Experience Viking and Medieval Dublin, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Delighted that you and your family enjoyed your visit to Dublinia, and especially got stuck in with the interactivity! Kind Regards Mary-Therese Byrne

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We stumbled upon this terrific museum. I was pleasantly surprised at how informative and visual the displays were. Definitely somewhere good to go if you're interested in Vikings and medieval Dublin.

Thank Sarah W
Mary-ThereseB, Manager at Dublinia: Experience Viking and Medieval Dublin, responded to this reviewResponded 6 days ago

Delighted you enjoyed your visit to Dublinia and thanks for taking the time to review us, much appreciated. Kind Regards Mary-Therese Byrne

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LibertysTears
2 March 2017|
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Response from berty-c | Reviewed this property |
there's more in York, we was there in October 2016 but due to floods a lot of it was closed. once it al re-opens it'd be a better choice than the Dublin one.
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MichelleMoore84
21 January 2017|
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Response from gailr97 | Reviewed this property |
We only spent about an hour. - rather last century, I thought. You can get a double ticket that gets you into the adjacent church. I would recommend the new exhibition at the Post Office although it makes one embarrassed to... More
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Hours: Thursday 10AM–6:30PM Friday 10AM–6:30PM Saturday 10AM–6:30PM Sunday 10AM–6:30PM Monday 10AM–6:30PM Tuesday 10AM–6:30PM Wednesday 10AM–6:30PM
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