The Archaeological History Museum of the National Museum of Ireland is one of the most important museums to understand Irish history. It shows the prehistoric Ireland, including the early gold, church treasures, Viking piracy and the Middle Ages. Among them, many prehistoric human remains have been collected and can be preserved to the present, which is very rare. Be sure to come and see it. You'll find it very rewarding.
The National Museum of Dublin, Ireland, has a rich collection of gold and metal products, especially in the early days. There are also the National Gallery of Arts and Crafts and the National Gallery of Arts and Crafts, which is also very rich and worth visiting.
Museums and libraries are situated in two identical but opposite buildings, separated from the Parliament Building. The inside vault is like the bottom of a reversed Viking boat, and the collection is also very local. One of the trumpet-shaped ornaments is very many, some are labeled bracelets, some are labeled Cufflinks or buckles. I asked the staff what it is for, and he couldn't explain it clearly. It seems that more research should be done.
Ireland History and Art Exhibition, exhibiting Irish preserved works of art from various times, from the Bronze Age to the Viking Age, besides admiring the exquisite crafts, I was surprised that foreigners preserved so complete. It's just like new. The whole exhibition looks like Europeans preferred metal polishing and sculpture in ancient times, while Asians preferred jade ceramics. Make crafts on it.
The introduction is very detailed and the multimedia display is particularly advanced. Of course, the emphasis is on the historical relics and archaeological discoveries of Ireland. There are also exhibitions in other places, such as Egypt, which is naturally much smaller than the British Museum, but it is still very hard to explain. Ireland's museums are very deep into people's lives, like here, free of charge, but intentions.
When Ireland History and Art Exhibition is held, Irish preserved works of art of all ages are displayed. From the Bronze Age to the Viking Age, besides admiring the exquisite crafts, I am surprised that foreigners preserved so complete. It is just like new. The whole exhibition looks like Europeans preferred metal polishing and sculpture in ancient times, while Asians preferred jadeite pottery. Crafts are made on porcelain.
This National Museum of Ireland is really great. There are many, rich collections there.