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The Irish Music Hall of Fame
Dublin in General
Member Name: ggermany
Dublin in General
Date: 23/08/00, updated on 23/08/00 (185 review reads)
Advantages: very greatful
Disadvantages: not cheap
You come from the Grafton Street, the main purchase street over the Westmorland Street about the O'Connell bridge, the biggest bridge of the river Liffey,(this bridge was built in 1880, for the Irish politician Daniel O’ Connell, in 1829 he was the builder of equality of Roman Catholics and Protestants reached for Roman Catholic emancipation), straight ahead far up to for the next street is the Abbey Street. The Irish Hall of Fame then is on left side after about 100 metres on the left in the Abbey Street Middle.
The admission is already quite high with 6 pounds, less 1 pounds of voucher from the Guinness-Hopestore (if you was there before ) nevertheless another 5 pounds remain.
Therefore much time includes to be of use of the following multi-media adventure fully.
First one gets a radio headphone, the respective music plays are carried in via which one automatically, your own walk then starts in the cellar. It is to shown the history of the Irish music of copies (pubs, bands) as well as multi-media videos. However, also many musical instruments and original documents are shown. The brilliant consists for this the corresponding music is always received by the headphones everywhere automatically.
You will wander just you like.
The time walk, starts with Irish family music at the beginning of the century and ends with U2. There is a super experience for U2 fans, there was a live video in XXL display.
The most well-known Irish musicians you can see there for instance Van Morrison, U2, The Corrs, Ash, Boyzone, Planxty, The Chieftains, Rory Gallagher, Chris De Burgh, Sinead O’Conor and much more.
There also is the possibility for the participation in a quiz for the music experts about the Irish music scene. At the end of the exhibition you can see a short film in a little cinema.
Following the exhibition, of course there also is the possibility for buying different CDs, disks, instruments or also other fan article. <
br>For a music fan, very much useful but you need many time for enjoying!
The opening hours are:
10.00 a.m. to 7.00 p.m.
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