Free entry to temporary exhibitions or free guidebook (when no exhibitions are available)

National Gallery of Ireland


Dublin Pass Benefits:

Free entry to temporary exhibitions, or free guidebook when no exhibitions available

The National Gallery of Ireland collection contains over 15,000 artworks, representing every major European School of painting through watercolours, drawings, prints and sculpture. With works by Rembrandt, Vermeer, Caravaggio and Goya, the National Gallery of Ireland also houses a renowned collection of Irish paintings dating from the 17th century to the 20th centuries, including works by Jack B. Yeats.

Dublin Pass holders can enjoy free entry to temporary exhibitions, and when no exhibitions are available, visitors will receive a free National Gallery of Ireland Guidebook (normally €9.95).

If no ticketed exhibition is taking place, please collect your National Gallery of Ireland Guidebook from the Gallery Shop.

Did you know:

- Founder of the gallery, William Dargan, built the first railway in Ireland

- Nathaniel Hone’s ‘The Conjuror’ was the subject of the first-ever one-man show in the British Isles

- Rembrandt opened his own studio when he was just 19!


  • Sorolla: Spanish Master of Light (until 3 November 2019) - normally €15.00
  • Nathaniel Hone: Travels of a Landscape Artist (until 13 October 2019) - free admission
  • Bauhaus 100: The Print Portfolios (until 1 December 2019) - free admission
  • The Voyage of Italy: 200 Years of Travel Guides (until 9 February 2020) - free admission

How to get there:

    Bus: 4, 7, 8 to Merrion Square North & Clare Street, 39A to Merrion Row, 46A to Dawson Street & Nassau Street
    LUAS: Green Line to St Stephen's Green

see the: full list of attractions included

Monday 11.00 - 17.30
Tuesday 09.15 - 17.30
Wednesday 09.15 - 17.30
Thursday 09.15 - 20.30
Friday 09.15 - 17.30
Saturday 09.15 - 17.30
Sunday 11.00 - 17.30
Last Admission: 15 mins before closing

Closed: Good Friday, 24th, 25th and 26th December

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Clare Street, Dublin 2


+353 1 661 5133