Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum, Dublin
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Glasnevin Cemetery, on the Finglas Road in Glasnevin, Dublin, was opened under the patronage of Daniel O'Connell in 1832 and contains his crypt with its monumental Round Tower as well as the graves of many other notable people such as Charles Stewart Parnell, Michael Collins, Éamon de Valera, Arthur Griffith, Maude Gonne, Kevin Barry, Sir Roger Casement, Charles Gavan Duffy, Constance Markiewicz, Brendan Behan, Seán MacBride, Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa and Christy Brown. Glasnevin Museum was opened in 2010 on the grounds of Glasnevin Cemetery. The museum exhibitions illustrate the social, historical, political and artistic development of modern Ireland through the lives of the generations buried in the cemetery.


The Museum is open:
Mon - Fri: 10am-5pm
Sat/Sun/Bank Holidays: 11am-5pm
The museum also has a shop and Cafe.



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GPS coordinates 53.369913,-6.27697

 
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