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National Museum of Ireland is situated at Kildare Street, Dublin 2 in Ireland and is open daily from 10 to 5 except on Mondays and is open from 2 to 5 on Sundays.
The admission to this museum is free so do take advantage of this and come to see the huge collection of Medieval and Celtic art dating back from 7000 BC to the present times with a special emphasis on the natural history, art and culture of Ireland.
The museum has 3 centers in Dublin and one in the county of Mayo.
The Archeology and History Section on Kildare Street displays church treasure, early work done in gold and special displays of articles from the Roman, Egypt and Cyprus period.
The other sections include the Decorative Arts and History section, the museum of Country Life and the National History Museum which are situated in other parts of Dublin.