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Address: Irish Rock & Roll Museum, Curved Street,
Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
Telephone: +353 1 6351993
Business Hours: 11 am - 5:30 pm
Directions to the museum
You will find us in Dublin’s city centre,: traveling from Dame Street to Temple Lane will lead you into the historical Temple Bar district. Traveling down Dame Street (from the Christ Church Cathedral direction), be sure to take a left on to Temple Lane and then the next left will bring you on to Curved Street, a small pedestrian walkway. The reception area of the tour will be on your right, at the entrance to the Button Factory.
Unfortunately, due to the nature of the tour, which spans two buildings, we cannot provide full wheelchair access. We apologise for any inconvenience this causes.
JJ Kavanagh’s Discount
JJ Kavanagh & Sons offers 52 services to Dublin City daily with a stop at Heuston Station and Eden Quay. We offer a 10% discount to those traveling with JJ Kavanagh’s, all you have to do is show your JJ Kavanagh’s bus ticket at reception.
Irish Rock N Roll Museum Experience
Be sure to get off at Tara Street Dart Station and make your way up the Quays (the River Liffey). Once you reach the Ha’penny Bridge (white), be sure to follow the steps up to ‘Merchants Arch’ and enter Temple Bar Square. Once in Temple Bar Square, walk straight past Mc Donalds until you see ‘The Temple Bar Pub’, taking a left at the pub and following the road straight up to the ‘Wall of Fame’ is were you will find the entrance to the museum.
Luas Green Line: Stephen’s Green
From St. Stephen’s Green Luas stop head northeast on St Stephen‘s Green to Grafton street. From there walk down to College Green, once outside Trinity College, walk up the Dame street, taking a right onto Temple Lane and then the first left on to Curved street.
Luas Red Line: Jervis Street
From the Jervis street Luas stop be sure to head south on Jervis street towards Abbey Street Upper, continuing onto Swifts Row, crossing the Millennium Bridge over the River Liffey. From there, follow Eustace street past ‘Focus Ireland’ and take the next left onto Curved street and the museum’s entrance is facing ‘Film Base’.