In Dublin: Museums.

Dublin is a city steeped in history and brimming with culture and what better way to immerse yourself in its rich heritage than visiting one of the museums or galleries in our capital.

For those attending business events at The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD these cultural treasures are conveniently within reach, promising a rich tapestry of experiences right at your doorstep.

Located in the vibrant Docklands district, The CCD enjoys excellent transport links, including DART trains, Dublin Bus routes, and the LUAS tram system. Additionally, the centre is within walking distance of many of Dublin's most popular tourist destinations, ensuring that delegates can effortlessly venture out to discover the city's cultural gems.

Dublin boasts a vibrant museum scene that caters to a wide range of interests, from art and literature to history and science. Here are just a few of the noteworthy institutions that await your exploration.

National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology

Located across the river on Kildare St, the National Museum of Ireland is easily reached by a speedy public transport journey or a leisurely stroll. This museum houses a remarkable collection of artefacts that span Ireland's rich archaeological heritage. From the iconic Ardagh Chalice to the mysterious bog bodies, visitors can journey through millennia of history and uncover the island's ancient past.

National Gallery of Ireland

With the National Gallery mere minutes’ walk away from your first museum stop above, it’s easy to fit both in between conference sessions or on a free day in Dublin. Art enthusiasts will be delighted to visit the home of a vast collection of European and Irish art, including works by renowned masters such as Caravaggio, Rembrandt, and Jack B. Yeats, the gallery offers a captivating journey through centuries of artistic expression. Photo © National Gallery Of Ireland

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

Located in the historic CHQ Building, a short stroll from The CCD, EPIC celebrates the stories of Irish emigrants who have made their mark on the world. Through interactive exhibits and immersive storytelling, visitors can trace their ancestors' journeys, explore Ireland's global diaspora, and gain a deeper understanding of the country's rich cultural heritage.

GAA Museum

Sporting fans will be impressed with a visit to Croke Park, home of the GAA and Ireland’s Gaelic Games, to explore the history of our native sports. With interactive exhibits vividly bringing to life how the GAA has contributed to our cultural, social and sporting heritage. Why not use the visit to take the Kellogg’s Skyline Tour and see the breathtaking panoramic views of Ireland’s vibrant capital from the thrilling rooftop walkway.

One of the key advantages of attending an event at The CCD is its accessibility to Dublin city’s cultural attractions. Whether you have a free afternoon or wish to unwind after a day of meetings, exploring the city's museums couldn't be easier.

Dublin's museums stand as testament to the city's rich heritage and vibrant cultural scene. For delegates attending business events at The Convention Centre Dublin, these institutions offer a window into Ireland's past, present and future, all within easy reach of the venue. Whether you're an art aficionado, a history buff or simply curious to explore, let Dublin enrich your stay and add an extra dimension to your business event experience.