The National Gallery Of Ireland Overview
Built in 1854, the National Gallery of Ireland was located in the centre of the city of Dublin. It is famed for having  a stunning collection of art which has 2500 paintings and 10000 other works in different media including watercolors, drawings, prints and sculpture. It also has many Irish paintings which are renowned all over Ireland.

One of the notable features of this place is the Yeats Archives with works of Jack B Yeats and paintings like ‘The Meeting On Turret Stairs’ painted by Frederic William Burton in 1864. Some of the facilities which you can enjoy here are a shop, restaurant, telephones and cloakrooms. You can also avail a free audio tour guide along with many Sunday activities and family drawing books. Counted among the must visit tourist places in Dublin for art lovers, the National Gallery of Ireland reserves a place in all tourist itineraries.

Location: Merrion Square W, Dublin 2, D02 K303, Ireland
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