Hands-on History: Malady, Mourning and Mystery

Collins Barracks

Venue: National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts & History at Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7

Friday 27 October and Sunday 29 October from 1pm – 3pm.

Tickets: Free, no booking required.

Get hands-on with the National Museum of Ireland’s collections this Hallowe’en weekend.

Museum educators will facilitate an interactive session with objects from the Museum’s handling collection that reflect a history of life, disease and death.

Move out of the sun and into the Museum to learn all about how people fought illness and mourned losses in the Victorian era.

FREE. Drop-in- join at any time, and stay for as long as you like!

Age Suitability: Family friendly

Duration: 2 hours

Accessibility: Venue is wheelchair accessible. Further information on accessibility can be found here

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