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Galway City Museum Dive into Galway’s rich archaeology, heritage and history

Galway City Museum – The Museum is a spacious, modern building, situated in the heart of Galway city on the banks of the River Corrib and overlooking the famous Spanish Arch. It houses a variety of permanent and touring exhibitions representing Galway’s rich archaeology, heritage and history.

To collect, preserve and display material relating to the history and heritage of Galway. To provide a platform from which visitors can engage with Galway, past and present. To be a centre of learning, inspiration and cultural enrichment.

Opening hours
Tuesday to Saturday, 10am to 4.45pm
Business Type
Museum
Location
Latin Quarter
Address
Spanish Parade,
Galway City
Phone : +353 (0)91 532 460 View Map
Amenities
  • -Free entry
  • -Two wheelchairs available on request for any visitor that requires one
  • -Assistance dogs are welcome
  • -Museum Café
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