IMMA - IRISH MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

12:00pm - Guided Exhibition Tour - IMMA Collection: Freud Project, The Ethics of Scrutiny, curated by Daphne Wright

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2:30pm - Guided Exhibition Tour – Brian O’Doherty, Language and Space

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10am - 5:30pm - IMMA FAMILY EXPLORER Activity Packs

IMMA FAMILY EXPLORER Activity Packs are available from the front reception desk. Families can use the map together to learn about the artworks that are outdoors in IMMA’s grounds, and children can engage with IMMA’s building, garden and galleries using the IMMA Explorer activity booklet.

10am - 5:30pm - Self-Guided Family Garden Tour - Plant Trail & Tree Trail 

Explore the IMMA gardens with a self-guided walking trail. Discover the 15 wild plants and flowers that grow in the grounds of IMMA in the PLANT TRAIL (pdf), and learn about the many trees on site in the TREE TRAIL (pdf), developed with artist Seoidín O’Sullivan.

Pick up the guide’s from IMMA’s main reception or download the guides from the links above.

VISIT EXHIBITIONS AT IMMA FOR FREE

10am - 5:30pm - IMMA Collection: Freud Project, The Ethics of Scrutiny, curated by Daphne Wright

This exhibition is free as part of the Culture Date with Dublin 8 Festival. Admission is by timed entry. To avoid disappointment please pre-book your preferred time-slot online in advance of visiting using the code CultureD8 to receive your free entry.

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10am - 5:30pm - Frank Bowling, Mappa Mundi

This exhibition is free as part of the Culture Date with Dublin 8 Festival. Admission is by timed entry. To avoid disappointment please pre-book your preferred time-slot online in advance of visiting using the code CultureD8 to receive your free entry.

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10am - 5:30pm - IMMA Collection: Coast-Lines

No Ticket Booking Required

10am - 5:30pm - Hennessy Art Fund for IMMA Collection 2018

No Ticket Booking Required

10am - 5:30pm - Brian O’Doherty, Language and Space

No Ticket Booking Required

10am - 5:30pm - Lennon, Porous Plane

No Ticket Booking Required

10am - 5:30pm - The 38th EVA International at IMMA

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RICHMOND BARRACKS

11:00am - Geneology Workshop

Join Genealogist, Lynn Brady, for a workshop on the Glasnevin/Goldenbridge Cemetery records, what they contain and how they can help you with your family history research.

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2:00pm - Musical Tour

Local musicians Bernie Tynan and Tony Casey, will both enlighten and delight you, with music of a bygone age. A unique way to learn about the extraordinary history of Richmond Barracks and the surrounding area. Singing songs such as The Minstrel Boy, It’s a long way to Tipperary, The Foggy Dew, and many more…..

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DUBLIN DISCOVERY TRAILS 

 

ALL DAY - Echoes of War - Audio Tour 

Explore Kilmainham and surrounding parklands and discover moving stories of war and rebellion around every corner of this peaceful place. The trail is part of the Dublin Discovery Trails app, and it can be downloaded free from the App Store and the Google Play Store. www.dublindiscoverytrails.com

No Ticket Booking Required

GOLDENBRIDGE CEMETERY

3:00pm - 4:30pm - FLAGSHIP EVENT - Outdoor Concert at the Temple

Outdoor concert at the Temple in Goldenbridge Cemetery. Relax in the grounds and enjoy music from local musicians and story telling through historical re-enactments.

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KILMAINHAM GAOL

12:30pm & 2:30pm - Tailor Made Family Tour

Duration: 1 Hour 

Our one hour guided tour tailored-made for families with young children Suitable for children aged 6-12yrs

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11:00am, 12:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm, 4:00pm - Highlight Tour

A 30 minute guided tour of the Gaol featuring the Victorian Wing and Stonebreakers Yard.

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PAT LIDDY TOURS  

SPONSORED BY WATERWAYS IRELAND

The Grand Canal and its Goldenbridge Neighbour

11:00am - 12:30pm  & 2:00pm - 3:30pm 

Meet at Suir Road Luas Stop (also served by the 123 bus). From here we will look at that part of the Grand Canal route that's now filled in and explain its original purpose. Then we will walk along the canal itself almost as far as Goldenbridge Cemetery. Here you will discover the history and value of the canal as a resource before turning into the grounds of the former Richmond Barracks (site of the new 1916 Museum) to learn of its notable participation during the struggle for Irish independence. We will finish in the atmospheric Goldenbridge Graveyard, the oldest non-denominational cemetery in the country.

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