Bang in the heart of Dublin’s cultural quarter Temple Bar. This experience encompasses all things related to the vibrant Irish music industry over the past 30 years. Irish Rock n Roll Museum will give visitors a unique opportunity to go behind the scenes of a real-life working music venue & recording facilities.
The Irish Rock n’ Roll Museum Experience will explore the development of Irish Rock music presented against the intriguing historical backdrop of the area, and its people’s need for a creative space to make, rehearse and perform music.
Tracing Irish Rock and the Irish music scene, from the 1970s to the present day. Also, the experience features stories revolving around an eclectic range of both Irish and international artists. Artists such as The Pogues, The Frames, U2, Thin Lizzy and Sinead O’Connor.
Developing from furious passion, humble beginnings and the dilapidated rooms of Temple Lane Rehearsals into the Temple Bar Music Centre and the Temple Bar Cultural Trust. This immersive experience will encompass the complete history of the area’s people, energy, personality, growth, and progress.
Are you ready to Rock in Dublin?
Visitors will receive an access all areas pass with a ticket to explore backstage at the renowned Button Factory venue. Walk the Wall of Fame and to the recording studios where Glen Hansard’s Oscar Award-winning film “Once” was filmed. This was the very place where artists such as Christy Moore, Rihanna, Will.I.Am and The Script have recorded.
For more information and bookings visit the Dublin Visitor Centre located at 17 Lower O’Connell Street and 118 Grafton Street. For more information check on Trip Advisor or visit its Facebook fan page.
Big Bus Dublin customers can hop off at Temple Bar area Bus stop.