Welcome to the national maritime museum of Ireland

Welcome to the national maritime museum of Ireland

FUNDRAISING CONCERT: Shanty Choir, Stuyvesant Sailors

Stuyvesant Sailors

Event Date(s): 03/10/2014

Wolvega Male Voice Choir from Holland. An Intriguing and light hearted mix of Dutch & English language Sea Shanties and Folk Songs to delight all tastes. This much travelled Male Voice Choir is sure to bring pleasure to people of all tastes. 8.00 pm 3rd of October 2014. Doors open 7.30 pm Tickets 10 at The Maritime...

FUNDRAISING CONCERT: The Manotick Brass Ensemble

The Manotick Brass Ensemble

Event Date(s): 18/09/2014

“Waltzing on Water” – a nautical potpourri of Jazz, Light Classical, Folk Songs and Ballads presented using simple costumes.  They have performed in such places as Cuba and Jersey and are now touring Ireland. 8.00 pm Thursday 18th September. Tickets €10 The Maritime Museum, Haigh Terrace, Dun Laoghaire. “The Museum of the Past for the Future” Tickets may be booked by e mail:-...

The Irish Sea: History ● Culture ● Environment: Symposium

The Irish Sea: History ● Culture ● Environment: Symposium

Event Date(s): 20/09/2014

This unique public symposium organised by University College Dublin and the National Maritime Museum of Ireland will address fundamental questions about the sea Ireland shares with England, Wales, the Isle of Man and Scotland. Entry to the Symposium on Saturday 20th September will cost €10 for the day, payable on registration at the Museum. There will...

The Irish Sea: History ● Culture ● Environment: Public Lecture

The Irish Sea: History ● Culture ● Environment: Symposium

Event Date(s): 19/09/2014

This unique public symposium organised by University College Dublin and the National Maritime Museum of Ireland will address fundamental questions about the sea Ireland shares with England, Wales, the Isle of Man and Scotland. The event brings together academics and independent researchers from the sciences and the humanities around the periphery of the Irish Sea to...

Maritime Lectures During Heritage Week

The HMS Dublin was based in Dun Laoghaire port for a while and participated at the Battle of Jutland http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HMS_Dublin_(1912) and her crew would have worshipped in the Mariners Church, which today houses the National Maritime Musem.

Event Date(s): 31/08/2014

Under the title THE WAR TO END ALL WARS a series of lectures will be held at the Eblana Club on 31 August between 12 am and 8 pm. These will be accompanied by discussions, debates, music and song. (Admission starts at 11.30 / make sure you book early as places are limited). Please find programme...

Recent Cross Border Visit of Community Groups

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On a recent community exchange visit to the National Maritime Museum in Dun Laoghaire, representatives from community groups from the Kingdom of Mourne (Co. Down) and the Cooley Peninsula (Co. Louth) explored different aspects of their common maritime and emigration heritage. Among the topics discussed were the former rail and sea ports of Greenore and...