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The Phoenix Park Visitor Centre offers tourists a chance to experience the history of Phoenix Park, going back as far as 3500 BC. There are nature and historical exhibits on the first floor, including a 20-minute audio-visual presentation. Ashtown Castle, a restored medieval tower house, adjoins the Visitor Centre and was rediscovered during renovations in the 18th century. The Visitor Centre hosts rotating guest exhibitions throughout the year, as well as children’s workshops on art, history and nature every Sunday.

Museum patrons may dine at the Phoenix Café or take their meals outside to the Visitor Centre courtyard. Group events can be arranged through advanced booking, and flash photography and video recording are allowed at both the Visitor Centre and Ashtown Castle.

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April to December
7 days a week – 10 am to 6 pm

January to March
Monday to Tuesday – Closed
Wednesday to Sunday – 9:30 am to 5:30 pm

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Free

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[title size=”2″]Location[/title]
Phoenix Park, Dublin 8
Telephone: +353 1 677 0095
Fax: +353 1 672 6454
Email: phoenixparkvisitorcentre@opw.ie
WEBSITE: http://www.phoenixpark.ie/visitorcentre/

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