Tidy informative museum. Free entry and parking. We thought it was well worthwhile. Lovely coffee also.
I went to the museum not knowing too much about the Pearse family or the school. Having recently moved here though, I've been looking for fun outings and also to learn more about Irish history. This museum was great for that. The building is beautiful, as is the park surrounding. The staff was friendly and helpful. We arrived close to... More
Listen while I'll tell you, get on the number 16 bus 2.15 Euros and be whisked away to a green surrounded haven of of one of the Ireland's founding fathers. Padraig Pearse's museum,St Enda's is not to be missed. Your tour entails a gentle stroll through magnificent grounds where you'll find the the old school itself. Very much informal, the... More
This is close to where we live and we visit St Enda's Park regularly. Despite it's familiarity, it's a fantastic visit. I'm not so sure about the new addition in the Rose garden. The new entrance (back right of building) is a very modern, glass and smooth granite structure. Every time I visit, I change my mind as to whether... More
I have visited St. Enda's twice now, each time with a different group. The first trip I made we toured the grounds only because the museum was being refurbished. This time we got to visit the museum and it was extremely interesting for the historical significance of Pearse's school and also we got an insight into the talents that Pearse's... More
The Pearse Museum and St. Enda's Park is located in Rathfarnam, eight miles outside Dublin City Centre, a little off the beaten track for tourists. Do not be put off by the distance as it is only a 20 minute bus ride on the number 16 bus. I was familiar with Patrick Pearse from school history lessons as would most... More
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