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The National Leprechaun Museum
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Today 10:00 am – 6:30 pm
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Twilfit House Jervis Street, Dublin 1
Jervis StreetIEDublin 1
+353 1 873
Tourist Attraction, MuseumToday 10:00 am – 6:30 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 6:30 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 6:30 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 6:30 pmThursday 10:00 am – 6:30 pmFriday 10:00 am – 6:30 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:30 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:30 pm
The National Leprechaun Museum of Ireland - step into another world where nothing is quite what it seems. Discover the sounds, sights, stories and magic of mythical Ireland, land of the leprechaun!
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Family-friendly museum with interactive exhibits telling stories about Ireland's mythical creatures.- Google
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Daniel Butler
a week ago
Great tour shame that some of the younger children couldnt keep quiet (must of been excitement). The tour was brilliant. It has inspired us to come back to visit some of the sights across Ireland that are associated with the Irish mythology. Keep and eye out for the leprechauns!
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Sam Douglas
a month ago
I went with some mates on the spur of the moment and enjoyed it (although a couple of my mates thought it was terrible) It's a great place for photo opportunities, particularly the room with massive furniture in. I liked the stories we were told particularly the one about the salmon of knowledge. HOWEVER I DID NOT SEE ANY LEPRECHAUNS
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Lukas Friedrich
9 months ago
We booked the Evening Performance. And what can I say? It was fantastic. We had a wonderful night with fairies, grumpy big guys and a witch. Sometimes scary, sometimes making us chuckle. It was like a one hour theatre play - but interactive. Props to the three actors - they were awesome. We loved it and highly recommend it.
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Julien Seurin Morer
8 months ago
Not much to see in the museum. The best part is definitely the stories being told by the staff about all the legends around the Leprechaun
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WhatToDo Dublin
3 months ago
This is another great spot to visit, young and old. While it’s called the National Leprechaun Museum, it really is about a lot more than the little fellas! It goes through a lot of other Irish mythology like the Bansee and Cú Chulainn and focuses on Irish storytelling. They have great props in here too including huge furniture so you can experience what it would be like to be leprechaun size in height! Good fun if you can manage to get up on the chairs (it’s not easy).
Stephen Wilkie
6 months ago
Not for kids at all, children spoke twice during visit one of these times was to ask to go the toilets. With that we were threatend with getting thrown out if the children spoke again. We had paid 46euro for 3 adults 2 kids. 2 Kids aged 5-8 have autism and are girls and to be threatend like that was shocking i'm lost for words about this place. I was furious and left with my family, another Irish rip off and reminder why i never holiday in my home country. Why would you getting treated like that after paying 46euro in.
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Jan Puig
a year ago
A really good place but if you don't have a very good english I not recomend to enter in it becouse you will not understand anything.
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David Spring
a year ago
What are some people here expecting? Thank god this is not a place where silly green leprechauns are jumping around or you have to read 2000 ancient texts about folklore! This is not necessarily a museum but an experience! What you get is an experience, what it feels to be as small as a leprechaun or when you find your pot of gold at the end of the rainbow! And in addition you'll get a small, dark and funny introduction into Irish folklore. This place is beautifully done, it's small and quirky and magical! We had a great enthusiastic tour guide and a wonderful time here, I'd more than happily pay the fee again!
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