National Leprechaun Museum

National Leprechaun Museum
Address : Jervis Street, Dublin 1, Ireland
Phone :+353 1 873 3899
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The Leprechaun Museum is designed to be a fun and engaging way to access the folklore and mythology of Ireland.

A Great Place to Visit in Dublin is The National Leprechaun Museum

About The National Leprechaun Museum

The National Leprechaun Museum opened its doors in March 2010. Since then we have welcomed thousands of visitors through our doors to explore Irish folklore, mythology and storytelling through our unique interactive experience.

Rave reviews from the likes of Time magazine, the Guardian, the BBC, and even the cast of Jackass, highlight uniquely enjoyable experience for adults and children alike, exploring the world of Irish folklore and legends in a series of fun and interactive spaces? led by our wonderful storytellers!

Parental guidance advised ? some stories have a twist in the tail!

This Dark Land

As night closes in, an ancient Irish family is followed by a terrifying curse.

A deal has been made in the dark and when the shadows call, the price must be paid. But who will answer?

Will you brave the museum at night and explore this cursed world?

Step into a haunting tale from the darker side of Irish folklore...

8pm & 8.30pm

Friday & Saturday nights
Show duration approx 70 min
Tickets €20


This Dark Land is an original and haunting tale that follows a curse that has plagued one Irish family for generations. This darkly funny performance leads you through the museum at night. Funny and scary mythical Irish characters await you along the enchanted way. But be warned... there's no refunds for scaredy cats!


Visit Leprechaun Museum

Opening Hours

EVERY DAY!  10.00 - 18.30 (last entry 17.45)
Fridays/Saturday nights - evening shows at 8pm and 8.30pm

Public Transport

Luas : Jervis Street stop on the red line

Dublin Bus : All major bus routes to the city centre

Dublin Bikes : Jervis Street station

Dart : Which stations are closest?


The Jervis Street car park and the Jervis Shopping Centre car park are both ideal, while Arnotts 'park right' car park and the Ilac Shopping Centre car park are both nearby




Book your ticket online, and receive a free gift at the museum!

Ticket prices:

Adult €10

Children over 3 years €8.50

Children under 3 years €3

Family ticket (2 adults, 2 children) €30  

Concession (ISIC Students and OAPs) €8.50

Groups of 10+, 11th person goes free

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