The National Transport Museum of Ireland (Irish: Iarsmalann Náisiunta Iompair na hÉireann) is based in the grounds of Howth Castle in Ireland.
The museum is located in the Heritage Depot, Howth Demesne, Howth, Ireland (entry is via the main gates for Howth Castle, turning right just before the castle is reached).
|Saturday||2:00 – 5:00 PM|
|Sunday||2:00 – 5:00 PM|
Patrick Walsh | Apr 22, 2018
Great wee museum for what it is. Vehicles are crammed tight together as space is limited in shed. But altogether well worth the €4 fee:-)
Vao Tsun | Feb 23, 2018
Adults 4 euro, kids 2.5 - often kids go without a fee. I wish to climb every machine there (which is allowed only for few). Been there several times with whole family - great time.
adam s | Mar 13, 2018
It's really nice here, but it will be better if there will be more space
Donald Riley | Apr 17, 2018
Great for a walkaround, some lovely vintage stuff
Simon Murray | Apr 27, 2017
Really good collection of fire trucks, buses and assorted vehicles. The display area is quite small and can be a bit of a squeeze to get between vehicles. As the museum is run by volunteers, the opening times are limited and part of the second hall is closed off to the public as the vehicles are not yet restored to a point where the public can view/touch them. Really important to note that this museum has paid entry and they only accept cash, payment by card is not an option.
Tal Eretz-Kdocha | May 2, 2018
Nice transport museum in which you could spend 30-60 minutes.
Fabrizio Nolano | Jun 23, 2018
Good few cars on show, but it’s really hard to see them
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