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Glasnevin Cemetery

Glasnevin Cemetery is the resting place of over 1.5 million people, some of whom were prominent figures in Irish history. This Victorian burial ground was founded in 1832 and intended for people of all faiths - something pretty outrageous at a time when Catholics were banned from burial in Protestant graveyards. Daniel O’Connell, the cemetery's founder and political leader, is buried here, as is Irish revolutionary Michael Collins.

The onsite Glasnevin Museum is the world's first cemetery museum and - among other accolades - it was winner of Ireland’s Best Cultural Experience at the Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2015.

The National Botanic Garden of Ireland is adjacent to Glasnevin Cemetery, and you can enter this premier scientific institution for free. The gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic wrought iron glasshouses.

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Glasnevin Cemetery
Finglas Rd

Customer reviews

Niall
May 28, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
Niall was a brilliant tour guide, there is nothing worse than going on a tour and thinking u r with a school history teacher. Niall was not like this, he was obviously very knowledgeable, but he was very approachable, laid back and able to answer any questions we had and far beyond. Wud definitely recommend the tour. Im not just saying this cause we have the same name :-)
Sophie, Ireland
May 15, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
The tour was super, 'littered' with fascinating stories, excellent value and superbly led by Warren.
Mick, Ireland
May 9, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
It was great so quick to get our tickets
Helen, Ireland
May 2, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
Fantastically interesting. Full of historical facts, fabulous trivia, Facinating graves and all told to us by our amazingly entertaining guide.
Well worth putting N afternoon aside so that you can enjoy all The Cemetry has to offer.
David, Australia
Apr 26, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
Fascinating tour, expert guide. Would recommend to anyone interested in another view of Irish social history
mary, Ireland
Apr 19, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
great tour great tour guide excellent information
Mary, Ireland
Apr 17, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
Niall the guide was excellent, and the people present who were visiting relatives graves and Niall's personal experience made the experience more powerful!
Mary, Ireland
Apr 13, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
Our tour guide Bridget was very knowledgable and could have talked all day about the history of the graveyard. Would highly recommend a visit to the museum before the tour also.
jacqueline, Ireland
Apr 12, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
informative and well delivered
Des, Ireland
Mar 27, 2017
Glasnevin Museum & Cemetery Tour: Priority Entrance
Our tour guide was excellent, very professionally carried out, this tour is a must for anyone interested in Irish history. The museum at Glasnevin is of a very high standard as well. Well done!