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Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum Experience
Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum Experience

Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum Experience

Curved St, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

The Basics

Explore the Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum on a guided tour. See rehearsal spaces used by Van Morrison, Def Leppard, and more; go backstage at a popular concert venue; and peer inside Temple Lane Studios, where Rihanna and other big-name artists have laid down tracks. During the tour, guides reveal stories about well-known Irish musicians like The Cranberries and Sinead O’Connor, and give visitors a look at rare music memorabilia, from instruments to gold records.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • The Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum is a must for music fans and rock enthusiasts.

  • Book tours in advance to ensure a spot at your preferred time.

  • Tours can be tailored to suit younger visitors and families.

  • The Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum is not wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum is situated in Temple Bar in the city center. To get there, ride the Green Line Luas tram to the Westmoreland stop and make the 5-minute walk from there. The museum is less than 10 minutes’ walk from the south end of O’Connell Street or the north end of Grafton Street. Multiple Dublin Bus routes stop nearby, either on Dame Street or at College Green.

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When to Get There

Tours of the museum take place throughout the year, and are mostly indoors, making this a good rainy-day activity. The museum is busiest during the peak tourist months of July and August; book in advance to ensure a spot.

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On the Rock Trail in Dublin

Fans of Irish rock music can visit several other music-related attractions and landmarks around the city. For example, on Harry Street, just off the main shopping thoroughfare of Grafton Street, you’ll find a statue of Dubliner and Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott. The bronze figure stands outside a pub with guitar in hand. Nearby, the Little Museum of Dublin near St. Stephen’s Green hosts an exhibition that celebrates the success of Dublin band U2.

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