GPO Museum Ticket and Self-Guided Tour in Dublin

GPO Museum Ticket and Self-Guided Tour in Dublin

Learn all about the history of Ireland and the past events that shaped its future at the interactive GPO Museum. you can experience the events of the 1916 Easter Rising, uncover historical artifacts, play with the latest in touchscreen technology, and even send some Morse code messages.

Complete your experience with a surprise bonus.
We will offer a self-guided tours sightseeing tour of Dublin.

This tour is available in the Lokimo app. They include ready-to-go itinerary, GPS navigation, descriptions, tips and advices.
* Duration: 45 minutes
* Starts: Dublin, Ireland
* Trip Category: Sightseeing Tickets & Passes >> Attraction Tickets




Learn all about the history of Ireland and the past events that shaped its future at the interactive GPO Museum. you can experience the events of the 1916 Easter Rising, uncover historical artifacts, play with the latest in touchscreen technology, and even send some Morse code messages.

Complete your experience with a surprise bonus.
We will offer a self-guided tours sightseeing tour of Dublin.

This tour is available in the Lokimo app. They include ready-to-go itinerary, GPS navigation, descriptions, tips and advices.

Visit: GPO Museum, O’Connell Street, Dublin D01 F5P2 Ireland

The GPO Museum is an immersive, interactive and engaging experience telling the story of the 1916 Easter Rising and Modern Irish History.

The GPO Museum is located within the historic GPO (General Post Office) building.

The GPO was the communications hub of Ireland and headquarters of the men and women who took part in the 1916 Easter Rising. The historic and tumultuous Easter Rising set into motion an unstoppable chain of events which would ultimately lead to the creation of the Irish Republic.

The iconic GPO building is the headquarters of the post office in Ireland as well as being an enduring symbol of freedom and a place of commemoration. The building was originally opened in 1818 and was destroyed during the 1916 Easter Rising, the present enlarged structure re-opened again in 1929.