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In July 2011 the Irish Government announced that on the first Wednesday of each month, unitil the end of 2011, the following Dublin venues will be free for entry (we have also included OPW sites which are normally free). Put it in the diary and get there early! For venues across the rest of the Republic, see here.
 
  • Arás an Uachtaráin (free all year round)
  • Arbour Hill (free all year round)
  • The Casino, Marino
  • Dublin Castle, State Apartments
  • Farmleigh.Grounds open all year round. House tours: Mar - Dec. (free all year round)
  • Garden of Remembrance (free all year round)
  • Government Buildings (free all year round)
  • Grangegorman Military Cemetery (free all year round)
  • Kilmainham Gaol
  • National Botanic Gardens (free all year round)
  • Pearse Museum – St.Enda's Park (free all year round)
  • Phoenix Park Visitor Centre & Ashtown Castle (free all year round)
  • Rathfarnham Castle (free all year round)
  • Royal Hospital, Kilmainham (free all year round)
  • St. Audoen's Church (free all year round)
  • St Mary's Abbey (free all year round)
  • St.Stephen's Green (free all year round)
  • The Croppies Acre (free all year round)
  • War Memorial Gardens (free all year round)
For more informaiton on venues and opening hours, see Heritage Ireland.

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