Archived Events

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Below is a selection of our most recent and most popular past events. If you are looking for something specific that is not posted below, please use the search box in the top right hand corner of this page.

Galerum Gabrielis

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We can promise you a wonderful and unique evening of the finest Baroque music in an unusual presentation at the National Maritime Museum Baroque Cello And Bayan An evening of music by G.P. Telemann; G.B. Vitali; J.S. Bach; G. Frescobaldi; A. Vivaldi Evin Kelly: Bayan Norah O’Leary: Baroque Cello Tickets available before the concert or at the door. €10.00 per […]

Exhibition: Anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania.

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Anniversary of the sinking of the Lusitania. One hundred years ago on 7th May 1915 RMS Lusitania traveling from New York to Liverpool was struck by a torpedo off the Old Head of Kinsale and sank with considerable loss of life. It is generally considered as being the most significant reason for the United States to finally decide to declare […]

2013 National Maritime Heritage Gathering

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The first Maritime Heritage Gathering took place on 29 and 30 October 2013 in the 176- year-old Mariners Church in Dun Laoghaire, now the National Maritime Museum of Ireland, the primary purpose of which is to promote greater awareness of the maritime heritage of Ireland. The full report is available here for download: Report on Maritime Heritage Gathering 2013. The […]

Children’s Art Competition 2014

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Of Ships and Boats and Things That Float! Our art competition for 5 to 12-year-olds was a great success. Thank you so much to everybody who participated! The jury had a hard job selecting the winners from the more than 600 entries, we really wish we could have put all the pictures up in the museum, but then there would […]

Rob & Cavo @ the Museum

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Eoghan Ganley from our Fundraising Committee who organised a gourmet evening with Robert Mitchell and Peter Caviston recently has sent in the following report. All pictures in the gallery below were taken by Margaret Brown. If you weren’t there you missed a great evening, if you were, thanks for coming and tell your friends. Peter Caviston and Robert Mitchell came […]