Opened in 1890, the National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology displays artefacts dating from 7000 BC to the 20th century. These collections include The Treasury, featuring examples of Celtic and Medieval art. Ór-Ireland’s Gold features a collection of prehistoric gold artefacts in Europe, while Prehistoric Ireland introduces the visitor to the everyday culture of prehistory. Viking Ireland focuses on Irish archaeology. Medieval Ireland explores life in later medieval Ireland. The building is also home to the exhibition Ancient Egypt and also Kingship & Sacrifice which is centered on bog bodies. Only the ground floor wheelchair accessible.
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