Pearse Museum

  Grange Rd, Rathfarnham, D16      (+353)(0)1 493 4208     more than a year ago
Established at his home in 1908 by Patrick (Padraic) Pearse, this former St Enda’s school now houses a museum dedicated to its founder's life. A well-known nationalist and protagonist of the Irish culture and language, Pearse was executed in Kilmainham Gaol for his part in the 1916 Easter Rising. An audio-visual presentation recounts his life, and a Nature Study Centre and self-guided trail fully utilise the museum's pretty parkland setting.


Guarded parking


Park opens 09:00 & Museum opens 09:30 year round. Museum closes 17:30. 

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