Welcome to the website of Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

Our award winning Museum Experience

Permanent exhibitions at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum include 'City of the Dead', 'Prospect Gallery' and 'Milestone Gallery'. 'City of the Dead' is a history of the cemetery, Glasnevin Trust and even a reconstructed exhibition of how a grave robber conducted his grim business. The glazed 'Prospect Gallery' offers periodic historical exhibitions over a panoramic view of the cemetery along with information on it's marvellous array of funeral monuments and historic graves. The 'Milestone Gallery' is home to the Milestone Timeline, a never before attempted piece of exhibition design technology. This touch screen table contains 200 life stories spanning almost 200 years and also illustrates the links between the different people who tell the story of modern Ireland.


Glasnevin Cemetery Museum has been the recipient of a number of prestigious awards since opening April 2010 such as 'Best International Museum' (London May 2011), Thea Award (California March 2011), Kenneth Hudson Awards (Portugal May 2012) to name but a few.

Genealogy Research

When arriving at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum you will also be given a Genealogy Voucher worth €5 which can be redeemed using our Online Genealogy. We have digitised all our burial and cremation records from present day to very first burial in 1828.

Our resident genealogist Lynn Brady, will be available to help you in your family research in our Genealogy Research area on first floor or our museum.

Go to our Online Genealogy  

Interactive Map of Glasnevin Cemetery

Tour Glasnevin Cemetery and explore the lives of some of the fascinating people buried here. Use the Search Option (top right corner on the map) and select a person of interest to you and we will show you where they are buried using Google StreetView as well as information about their lives.

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While our Online Genealogy or Interactive Map is not yet mobile responsive, we are planning this for future upgrades. We recommend using either a desktop / laptop or an 10.1 sized tablet for best online experience while doing your genealogy research.

Museum Opening Times:

Monday to Sunday inc Bank Holidays

Daily Public Tours:

General History Tour 

Daily at 11.30am & 2.30pm

Dead Interesting Tour

From January 2018: Saturday & Sunday at 1pm 


Glasnevin Cemetery
Finglas Road
Dublin 11

Tel: +353 (0)1 882 6550 | Email: info@glasnevintrust.ie

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