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The National Leprechaun Museum is a light-hearted celebration of Irish fairy tales and folklore. It covers such territory as the festivals of Samhain, Bealtaine and Lughnasa; the Tuatha Dé Danann; Cúchulainn and the Fianna; and ghosties such as the Púca and the Banshee. Exhibits include the rainbow room, a leprechaun well, the Giant’s Causeway, and the rain room.
Open daily 10.00 am-6.30 pm. In the high season tours are every 20 minutes; in the low season, tours are every hour (Mon-Fri) and every 30 minutes (weekends).
Evening tours Fridays 7.30 pm & 8.30 pm; Saturdays 7.00 pm, 7.30 pm, 8.00 pm, 8.30 pm. Evening tours are unsuitable for children.
Daytime tours are 45 minutes long; evening tours last 60 minutes.
Jervis Street, Dublin 1.
Tel: 01 873 3899.
Day tours – Adults €16; concessions. Night tours – Adults €18.