The Irish Rock N Roll Museum Experience
Music lovers everywhere, if you want enjoy a unique Rock ‘N’ Roll experience in Dublin then the Irish Rock N’ Roll Museum Experience is exactly what you need.
This is the only attraction of its kind where visitors get the unique opportunity to visit the weird and wonderful behind the scenes of the vibrant Irish music industry.
Open 7 days a week, you can follow the journey through the history of Irish Rock ‘N’ Roll and experience what it’s like to form a band of your own, it’s the perfect blend of history and fun!
Many visitors to Dublin take a picture at the visually striking Dublin’s Wall of Fame but few have taken a step behind it. This tour offers visitors the chance to explore memorabilia from some of the most famous bands in Irish rock history including the Thin Lizzy exhibit in Apollo Studios and the U2 exhibition situated in the Button Factory venue. Walk in the footsteps of Irish Rock heroes through the venue and studios where so many of them have recorded and performed and see this unique and vibrant experience with your own eyes.
Visitors to the Irish Rock N Roll Museum Experience receive an access all areas pass with a ticket to explore backstage at the renowned Button Factory venue, behind the Wall of Fame and to the recording studios where Glen Hansard’s Oscar Award–winning film Once was filmed and where the likes of Christy Moore, Rihanna, Will.I.Am and The Script have recorded. Tour a working live music venue and recording facilities host to the largest sound desk in the country, Apollo. Discover never before told stories from behind the studios and scenes backstage. Delve into a museum packed with memorabilia from one of a kind handwritten lyrics to vintage Michael Jackson tour jackets. Interact with fellow music lovers.
The Irish Rock N Roll Museum Experience is constantly updating and adding to the rocking memorabilia collection. As recently as August this year we received a fresh donation of Phil Lynott Memorabilia from Philomena Lynott. This time around she donated his favourite bass guitar from his Solo career post Thin Lizzy. She also donated his treasured signed case and a bust of his head.
Whether you love music, culture, history, or craic – The Irish Rock n Roll Museum Experience is not to be missed!
Full information on ticket prices and offers can be found on www.irishrocknrollmuseum.com.
The Irish Rock n Roll Musuem is the musical sister of the National Wax Museum Plus located just a short distance away. Make sure to check out their bundle offers for access to both museums to help save you money.