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1916 Rising Centenary Exhibition

1916 Rising Centenary Exhibition

1916 - 2016

The story of Glasnevin Cemetery and those buried here is central to the history of the 1916 Rebellion. The full significance of this will be further explored in the 1916 Rising Centenary Exhibition at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum. 

The majority of those killed during the 1916 Easter Rising are buried in Glasnevin Cemetery. Here we hold the stories of those who participated in and witnessed this defining moment in Irish history, from Volunteers to Fusiliers and everyone in between. Starting this year special 1916 tours of the cemetery will take place telling the story of Easter week through the lives of those ordinary and extraordinary figures buried here. 

On Display Now! An original Proclamation of Independence of the Irish Republic produced by Christopher Brady, Michael Molloy and William O'Brien on the 23rd April 1916 at Liberty Hall in preparation for the Easter Rising. This is one of very few original proclamations to have survived to this day. 

Entry to the museum is included in all tour tickets and you can choose between the General History or Dead Interesting Tour, both taking place daily.

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Our 1916 Rising exhibition includes objects, letters, photos and previously unseen material.

Museum Opening Times:

Closed until further notice.

The Tower Café - Closed until further notice.

How to book:

Online
The best and quickest way to get your place booked in: 

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When you get to the ticket page, you will see a selection of the different tickets we offer. Simply select the appropriate ticket from this selection and complete the booking process.

We offer special concession rates for service users.  Accompanying carers receive complimentary admission.  Please contact 01 882 6550 for further details.

Email
For booking enquiries (groups of 11 or more):
booking@glasnevintrust.ie

Phone
Discuss your group booking with our Bookings Coordinator:
+353 1 882 6570

 

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