- The Crescent City
- Fethard Lifeboat Disaster
- The sinking of Arandora Star
- Morven Disaster
- The Dunworley Slave Ship.
- M.V. Plassy
- Irish Poplar
- M.V. Kilkenny by Austin Gill
- Vasa – 50 years on
- The wanderer at Kingstown and John Masefield
- SS Lochgarry
- The Lady Nelson
- RNLB Mary Stanford
- Rochdale and Prince of Wales
- MV Kerlogue, neutral Irish ship
- The Wreck of the Bolivar
- Where are the Barges now?
- Commemorative Brochure
- Kenneth King Paintings
- Remember: Clonlara, convoy OG71
- Remember – Munster
- Remember: Irish Pine and 33 crew
- Irish Oak – torpedoed mid-Atlantic
- Remember – Kyleclare and 18 crew
- Remember – Luimneach
- Remember: ILV Isolda, 6 lost
- Remember: Ardmore with 24 crew
- City of Limerick, bombed and sunk
- Remember: City of Bremen
- City of Waterford, convoy OG74
- Remember: Steam Trawler Leukos
- Remember: Naomh Garbhan with 3
- Remember – SS Meath
- Remember: Kerry Head, 12 crew
- Innisfallen, mined, sunk, 4 crew lost
- Remember: St Fintan with 9 crew
- Remember: Cymric and 11 crew
- Ireland's WWII Sea Losses
- Fun Things to do
- History and Restoration of Church
- Book Reviews
- Frank Forde
- Dr Edward Bourke
- Pat Sweeney
- Roy Stokes
- Cormac Lowth
- Book Reviews
Keep your admission ticket – It entitles you to a ten percent discount in the following Establishments:
The Royal Marine Hotel
This is the premier hotel in the area and it right beside the museum. Mention the museum when making your reservation to avail of this discount.
Exhibiting one of Ireland’s greatest private collections of Art and Antiquities, dating from the Neolithic to the 20th Century.
After viewing our Titanic exhibition which includes the lightbulb, you may want to see more in the Belfast exhibition. (just before the Titanic left for the final time, a light bulb failed and was replaced. That failed light bulb is in our museum)
Go Sailing in Dublin Bay
Are you Adventurous? Do you want to Challenge yourself? Do you want a Fun Dublin Sailing Experience?
go sailing Dublin Bay is an exciting and unique sailing adventure where you get to sail a 54-foot ocean–going yacht in the Bay area and see Dublin from a completely different perspective.
We are connected by the ferry route and by shared experiences. We both remember tragedies such as the RMS Leinster
Home of the “Dún Laoghaire Ring”.
Whether you are looking for something special for a birthday, christening, wedding or anniversary — in fact, any occasion — Costello Jewellery have the right present for you at reasonable prices that suit every pocket.
Should you present your ticket from the Maritime Museum to the Leprechaun Museum, you will receive a complimentary gift
Keep that ticket