Valuation Day 28th & 29th September 1pm - 5pm
The 100th anniversary of the foundation of The Irish Volunteers and the Irish Citizen Army takes place in November this year.
On 19th November 1913 James Larkin and James Connolly established the Irish Citizen Army as a force to protect workers from the excesses of the Dublin Metropolitan Police. It had a membership of about 350, the majority being members of unions.
The Irish Volunteers, Óglaigh na hÉireann, were founded on 25th November 1913 at a public meeting held in the Rotunda Rink in Dublin. The Volunteers included members of the Gaelic League, Ancient Order of Hibernians and Sinn Féin, and, secretly, the IRB.
To commemorate these events we are putting out 'A Call to Arms' Valuation Day 28th & 29th September 1pm - 5pm
Ireland's Leading Auction House & Valuers will be appraising and advising on Irish Citizen Army or
Uniforms, Artefacts, Letters, Documents or Memorabilia bring along any memories of the time you may have and find out their history.
We are also asking people to consider lending or donating some of their pieces to our exhibition so they can be enjoyed and appreciated by many.
For more details Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or Call: 01 882 6550
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