Until 22 June 2007. The National Museum of Decorative Arts & History hosts an exhibition exploring the social and political background to events around the 1916 Easter Rising, from the industrial disturbances of the Dublin Lockout in 1913 to the end of the Civil War in 1923. Focusing on the main events of Easter Week and the immediate aftermath of the Rising when thousands of insurgents were imprisoned, the exhibition features an original copy of the Proclamation of the Republic as read by P

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Address The National Museum of Decorative Arts & History is at Collins Barracks, Benburb Street Dublin 7. By bus lines 90 (from Aston Quay), 25, 25A, 66, 67 (from Wellington Quay). By Luas Red line from Connolly Station to “Museum” stop. Tel. +353 (1) 677744
Website www.museum.ie

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Exhibition on the Easter Rising.

The National Museum of Decorative Arts & History is at Collins Barracks, Benburb Street Dublin 7. By bus lines 90 (from Aston Quay), 25, 25A, 66, 67 (from Wellington Quay). By Luas Red line from Connolly Station to “Museum” stop. Tel. +353 (1) 677744

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