Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is located on the Finglas Road, Dublin 11, approximately 3km from the City Centre. Pedestrian access is also available through the original Prospect Square gate (beside the famous Gravediggers Pub).
Public Transport Routes
Dublin Bus from Dublin City Centre
Bus Route: 140 - Departs from O' Connell Street
Bus Route: 40 - Departs from O' Connell Street
Glasnevin Cemetery is adjacent to the National Botanic Gardens which are serviced by routes 4, 9 and 83. Visitors coming from the National Botanic Gardens must do so via Prospect Road and continue onto the Finglas Road or enter by foot via Prospect Square.
The City Sightseeing Dublin 'Hop-On Hop-Off' Tour runs regularly to/from Glasnevin Cemetery. Buses arrive every 10 minutes before 2pm and every 15 minutes there after.
By car or train
Glasnevin Cemetery is situated on the Finglas Road/N2 and is close to M1, M50 and Dublin Airport as well as Connolly and Heuston Train Stations.
There are on site-parking facilities for approx 200 vehicles and up to 6 coaches. In addition, there are also a number of on-street parking spaces.
Glasnevin Cemetery Car Park - €2 per hour
St. Paul's Car Park (adjacent to Glasnevin Cemetery) - €2 per day
Museum Opening Times:
Monday to Sunday inc Bank Holidays
Until 23th March 2018: 10am-5pm
From 24th March to 26th October 2018: 10am-6pm
How to book:
The best and quickest way to get your place booked in
For booking enquiries:
Discuss your group booking with our Bookings Coordinator:
+353 1 882 6577