The GPO (General Post Office) is one of Ireland’s most famous buildings and the award-winning GPO Museum is a must-see on any visit to Dublin. Witness Ireland’s history from revolution to modern times dramatically unfold before your eyes!
The building was the headquarters of the 1916 Easter Rising which set in motion a chain of events which would ultimately lead to the creation of the Irish Republic. Key moments that shaped Ireland’s history are brought to life through electronic touch screens, film, video, audio-visual booths, sound and authentic artefacts.
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00–17:00
Last admission 1 hr before closing
Closed Public Holidays & December 24th
Check out the range of facilities, services, accessibility, and other useful information.
Audio guides in English, Irish, French, German, Spanish & Italian
Retail gift store on-site
Multi-storey car parks available nearby
ACCESSIBILITY: Disabled access throughout
O’Connell Street, Dublin City Centre
Luas: (Red) Abbey Street; (Green) O’Connell-gPO / Marlborough
Bus: See dublinbus.ie
O’Connell Street, Dublin City, Ireland
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