The Science Gallery, Dublin
Free Admission Tourist Attraction in Ireland #9
'Connecting the cutting edge of Science and Research with the Public'.
'Linking Art and Science'.
The Science Gallery in the heart of Dublin is a unique venue in that it does not have a permanent collection of exhibits. The Gallery thus does not always have an exhibition for viewing so visitors are advised to check the Gallery website to ensure that an exhibition is actually running. Gaps between exhibitions can be two or three weeks.
Exhibitions include events, talks, debates and workshops, giving visitors the chance to get involved. The range of science topics covered is very broad with exhibitions covering such diverse subjects as learning how to transform old electronics into new musical instruments to a study of Oscillators from an economist's point of view.
The Gallery is located a short walk towards the back of Trinity College on Pearse Street and has a fine café onsite. The Science Gallery is in stark contrast to many of the most popular tourist attractions in Ireland and is a modern and bright facility. It offers a welcome and engaging change to the many otherwise fine Museums and usual tourist attractions in Dublin and is a must for anyone interested in science.
Before visiting please ensure that you check the Gallery schedule for upcoming events at: http://sciencegallery.com
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