GPO Museum

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Location: The museum is located in the historic GPO building on O'Connell Street in central Dublin.

Hours: The museum is open Tuesday to Saturday from 10am to 5pm (last admission at 4pm).

Admission: The admission fee is €15 for adults, €12 for seniors, students, and children (under 16), and €37 for families (2 adults + 2 children).

Exhibits: The museum features a variety of exhibits and interactive displays that showcase the history of the GPO and its role in the Easter Rising of 1916.

Visitors can also explore the building's impressive architecture and learn about the postal service in Ireland.

Tours: Guided tours of the museum are available for groups of 10 or more, and must be booked in advance.

Accessibility: The museum is fully accessible, with a lift and wheelchair access available

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  GPO Museum

  An Post, General Post Office
   Address: O’Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin 1, D01 F5P2

  Ph: (01) 872 1916

  Hours:   Sunday & Monday CLOSED

                   Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 17.00 pm


  Adult €15 ;

  Senior €12

  Student €12

  Family (2 adults + 2 children) €37

  Family (2 adults + 4 children) €43

  Child (14-17) €12

  Child (6-13) €7.50

  Child (0-5)  FREE 

  Adult with Disability €8

  Child with Disability €6

  Carer/Companion  FREE

  For all info;  Website:               


  ✨The GPO Museum is an award winning immersive & interactive must see in Dublin

 ✨This was the hub of the 1916 Easter Rising, located in the historical GPO building on O’Connell Street.

 ✨This experience takes a closer look at the Easter Rising of 1916, its aftermath, and how Ireland has changed since then.

 ✨The multi-sensory exhibits in the museum bring the history of modern Ireland to life. Electronic touch screens, videos, audio visual booths, and authentic artifacts engage the senses and create a memorable experience.

✨In 2015, the original GPO museum closed its doors to the public. But in March 2016, it reopened as a new visitor centre and the home of the ‘GPO Witness History’. The new centre is dedicated to showcasing the events of 1916 and the role the GPO played in them.

  ✨Step inside the walls of the historic GPO and see for yourself, and get a feel for the not-so-distant past.

 ✨ Book tickets direct online & save 10%.”

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