Glasnevin Cemetery Museum
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Led by a team of experienced guides, our tours gives a valuable insight into this unique Victorian burial place and into the final resting place of the men and women who have helped shape Ireland's past and present.
The cemetery contains historically notable monuments and the graves of many of Ireland's most prominent national figures including Eamon de Valera, Michael Collins and Daniel O'Connell.
Glasnevin Museum is the world's first cemetery museum. Visitors can explore the history and the lives of more than 1.5 million people that are buried here.
Glasnevin Cemetary dates from 1832 and prior to its establishment Irish Catholics had no cemetaries of their own for burying their dead. Given its age there are numerous interesting gravestones and markers to see and there are markers for the resting places for many notable figures from Ireland's…
Famous cemetery and museum. Really interesting tours. Great for researching genealogy.
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