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Imposing building from 1684 housing permanent collection and temporary exhibitions of varied art.- Google
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Wenn Er Tan
5 months ago
If you're in the area, I would definitely recommend spending some time in the museum's quiet garden galleries, where modern art sculptures meet the neatly trimmed hedges of nature. The tranquil location is juxtaposed nicely against a backdrop of urbanization, truly making you feel like you've escaped the busy city for greener grass.
6 months ago
Housed in an excellent building with fine architecture and grounds one must discover if arts modern age is worthy to be called that. Sadly for me art seems to have lost its way. Only one piece stood out for me.
a month ago
This place was pretty good I did not see much of it that day as I ate there the food was not good the service was slow apart from that it was fine
a month ago
Nice building.but charging €8 a head in is way too much!!!.. does it not state in the constitution that museum entry is to be free???
3 years ago
Even though its housed in a building that hundreds of years old, IMMA was only established in the early 1990s. Since then it's helped promote Irish and international artists and hosted several notable exhibitions: the Frida Kahlo was particularly memorable. The ground are often used for festivals and shows, particularly around the Fringe and St Patrick's day festivals. It's worth checking to see what's on before heading over.
2 years ago
Wonderful garden area outside of the museum and a large inner courtyard. Usually not a lot of people, therefore a perfect place to escape the busy daily life for some soothing hours.