Limited Access to the museum

June 10th

On Friday 10th June there will be limited access to the museum from 12:30pm as we are hosting a wedding.

Limited Access to the museum

June 6th

On Monday 6th June there will be limited access to the museum from 12:30pm as we are hosting a wedding.

Limited Access to the museum

May 28th

On Saturay 28th May there will be limited access to the museum from 12:30pm as we are hosting a wedding.

Limited Access to the museum

May 29th

On Sunday 29th May there will be limited access to the museum from 12:30pm as we are hosting a private function.

Opening 21st April

The Halpin exhibition has three strands, the man himself and his uniform, the ship he commanded, the Great Eastern, and the achievement in laying the first successful trans-Atlantic telegraph cable. Most of the artefacts in the display are part of “The Halpin Collection”, donated by the Halpin family.

The Chilean Ambassador to Ireland, Ms. Carla Serazzi, accompanied by the Second Secretary Daniel Mora, was received on March 3 by members of the Maritime Museum.  More

Annual Membership

Renew your membership for the Maritime Institute

Book Online

Book your entrance tickets online.

CE Scheme Recruitment

We are Hiring

The Maritime Museum is looking to recruit for the following positions: Receptionist, Cleaner/Caretaker and an Office Administrator

Tuesday 11.00 to 17.00 hrs

Library Re-opening

Museum Library is only open on Tuesdays (11.00 to 17.00). Appointments to be booked in advance by email to librarian@mariner.ie

Lecture Series:

Open every day 11:00am–5.00pm . See our Admission Fees here

Ireland’s National Maritime Museum is housed in Dun Laoghaire’s 180-year-old Mariners Church, directly opposite the new DLR Lexicon library and easily accessible by DART suburban train and several bus services.
The museum’s greatest artefact is probably the building itself as it is one of a few custom built places of worship for seafarers remaining intact in the world today.
Experienced guides will bring you on a voyage of discovery, enthralling you with stories of discovery, heroism, war and disasters at sea. You will learn about maritime history, exploration, navigation, radio, deep-sea cable technology, nature, wildlife and view art inspired by the sea.
Here’s a 3D view of the Museum
Kindly produced by Terry McDonagh.

Pride of Place Award Winner 2019

The National Maritime Museum received a special award for at the Pride of Place Awards ceremony which took place on Saturday 30th November in Lyrath Estate Kilkenny. 
They noted that the Museum was“…an exceptional showcase of a heritage that is of the utmost importance and international interest…” Read more
 

Regular

6
00
  •  

Family

12
  • Two Adults, Two Children

Senior

5
00
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Groups*

4
50
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Children

3
00
  •  
Under 12
Limited Access

April 7th & 8th

On Thursday 7th April and Friday 8th April
There will be limited access to the museum as we are hosting a wedding on both days

Free Tours in April

The Spring into Heritage programme of events are a series of Free guided tours run by the Heritage Office of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. From April 4th every Monday and Wednesday @11:00 we have holding free guided tours of the Maritime Museum. Limited place and booking is essential  

Free Tours in April

The Spring into Heritage programme of events are a series of Free guided tours run by the Heritage Office of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. From April 4th every Monday and Wednesday @11:00 we have holding free guided tours of the Maritime Museum. Limited place and booking is essential