Your culture attendant: things to do in Dublin

WEDNESDAY 20TH MARCH 2019
A THING TO DO THIS WEDNESDAY

in DUBLIN
Price: Free
Time: 30 mins
Modern art has a reputation. But it doesn't have to be odd, complex and perplexing... there are people who can help you understand it - the tour guides at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, for example. Go to the museum at at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham, Dublin, and allow them to take you through the collections this Wednesday at 1.15pm, with a free tour.
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