National Print Museum


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Surprisingly enough, this display of printing equipment is not, in fact, mind-numbingly boring - which is a feat in itself. Truth be told, it's positively interesting. The Beggars Bush building was originally a barracks, and the central garrison houses the Irish Labour History Museum, filled with documents relating to labour and industrial history. The guided tours are entertaining and informative. Note the excellent Bookbinders' Union banner bearing the legend: 'Bind right with might'. Enough said.

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National Print Museum details

Garrison Chapel,
Beggars Bush,
Haddington Road

Area St Stephen's Green & Around

Transport Bus 5, 7, 7A, 63/DART Grand Canal Dock .

Telephone 660 3770

National Print Museum website

Open 9am-5pm Mon-Fri; 2-5pm Sat, Sun.

Admission Free. Tours: €3.50; €2 reductions; €7 family.

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