A unique portrait of the First World War battlefields, Fields of Battle - Lands of Peace 14-18 is a powerful outdoor photographic exhibition, by Michael St Maur Sheil, which tells of the healed scars of the First World War through our only remaining living witness:
The fields of battle themselves...
Completely free to view in public parks, streets and city centres, the exhibition brings us the story of reconciliation across the lands of the warring nations. Once places of devastating violence, we now see landscapes of great beauty, testament to peace and remembrance.
With a focus on education and ideal for adults and children alike, this engaging exhibition features meticulously researched content including archive images and fascinating facts to support Michael's contemporary battlefield images.
Visited by more than four million people to date in the UK, France and as far afield as Turkey, Fields of Battle is perhaps the most viewed exhibition of the centenary period.
See Fields of Battle - Lands of Peace 14-18, now in Glasnevin Cemetery, adjacent to the Commonwealth War Graves Commision Screen Walls and Cross of Sacrifice.
Museum Opening Times:
Closed until April, 19th.
The Tower Café - Closed until April, 19th.
How to book:
The best and quickest way to get your place booked in:
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.
For booking enquiries (groups of 11 or more):
Discuss your group booking with our Bookings Coordinator:
+353 1 882 6570