You always liked Art or you want to discover it ? Here is a list of the Galleries and Studios of Art that Dublin can offer you!
Hugh Lane Gallery
Adress: Charlemont House Parnell Square North, Dublin , Irland
+353 1 222 5550
" A gallery of modern art for Dublin, where the best international and Irish paintings hang side by side"
Merrion Art Gallery
Adress: Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Co. DublinWeb
Every Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm
“Merrion Square Open-Air Art Gallery is held on the external railings of the beautiful Georgian Square.
Adress: Farmleigh Castleknock, Dublin 15, Co. Dublin
+ 353 8155962
Farmleigh is the official guest house of the Irish State. It was once one of the Guinness family's residences in Dublin, and now a place for international artists.
Jam Art Factory
Adress: 14 Crown Alley | Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Irland
+353 1 6165671
"Handpicked artists fill the gallery with fresh concepts in print, using both traditional and contemporary techniques. "More info at :
Adress: 27 South Frederick Street, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin
+353 (0)1 6629542
A convivial ambience where pictures can be viewed and discussed in a friendly and informed way in the Trinity Gallery (Trinity College)
Red Stables Art & Crafts Centre
Adress: St Anne’s Park Mount Prospect Avenue Dublin 3
+353 1 222 7377
The stables now house an arts and crafts centre with room for artists, a gallery and a café. Every Saturday there is a food and crafts market in the courtyard.
The Lab Art Gallery and Studio
Adress: The LabFoley Street, Dublin 1, Co. Dublin
+353 1 222 5455
"The LAB Gallery supports emerging art practices and delivers a year round programme of free events for all ages."
Temple Bar Gallery & Studio
Adress: 5-9 Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Co. Dublin
+353 1 671 0073
“An artists community founded in 1983, the building houses thirty artists’ studios in which professional visual artists make their work."
Gallery of Photography
Adress: Merrion Square West
Dublin 2, Ireland
+ 353 1 661 5133
The National Gallery of Ireland (in Irish: Ghailearaí Náisiúnta na hÉireann) houses the national collection of Irish and European art. Founded in 1854 in Dublin, it opened its doors ten years later.
The general collection is free.