Ireland’s first wax museum was set up in 1804 by the famous Madame Tussaud and has had many reincarnations since. It is now one of the most popular visitor attractions in Dublin. It has moved from its original location in Shakespeare’s Gallery in Exchequer Street in 1804 to The Armoury building on College Green home to the former Central Bank of Ireland to O’Connell bridge where it remains today at the epicentre of the city.
The National Wax Museum Plus reopens May 28th.
We are delighted to be reopening our doors on May 28th after over 14 months of closure over the last year and a half.
We will be operating under reduced capacity with opening days Friday to Monday and opening times are now 10am to 7pm with last admission at 6pm. Masks are mandatory and we will have 2m social distancing in place.
Tickets are available now and we look forward to welcoming you all back.