National Leprechaun Museum

Address: Jervis Street, Dublin 1

Dedicated to Irish mythology, the National Leprechaun Museum offers a magical and enchanting world to its visitors.

Through 12 chapters of Irish cultural identity and imagination, the experience will take the visitor into fascinating folklore and stories about Irish cultural icons, which are the leprechauns, rainbows and pots of gold.

Adults and children can enjoy the adventure of shrinking to leprechaun size and maybe discover if the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow really exists!


Opening Times

Monday – Sunday 10.00 – 18.30 (last admission 17.45)

Duration

45 minutes approximately

Notes

On Friday and Saturday evening the National Leprechaun Museum runs special evening tours – a darkly funny interactive performance that is suitable for an adult audience only. The tour lasts 60 minutes approximately. Please note groups will be dressed by the cast and invited to perform along side them. No refunds for scaredy cats. Limited availability, tours must be booked well in advance.