Visiting the An Post Museum
Letters, Lives & Liberty
Situated in a corner of Dublin's historic GPO is the An Post Museum where our exhibition - Letters, Lives & Liberty – reveals the fascinating story of the Post Office in Ireland.
Who should visit us?
The An Post Museum is designed to appeal to everyone who has some interest in Ireland’s history or in particular aspects of that story. The Post Office has been associated with so much - be it communications, transport, politics, architecture, stamps and of course 1916 – that we are sure you will find something to interest you. We cater for young and old, school groups and retired people and will do our best to tailor a tour for any particular interest group.
Booking a tour
We can arrange tours for groups of 10 to 25 people. Bookings for guided tours should be made online by prior arrangement by telephoning us on 01-7057420, by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by enquiry at the Philatelic & Museum Shop in the GPO.
How to get to the An Post Museum
Getting to the An Post Museum is very easy. The GPO is conveniently located on Dublin’s main street, O'Connell Street, and there are a number of ways you can get here.
All buses going to and coming from O'Connell Street pick up and drop off visitors within a few yards of the GPO.
Connolly Station is 9 minutes walk from the An Post Museum.
Heuston Station on the south side of city is serviced by the Luas Red Line.
The Luas Red Line services Lower and Middle Abbey Street stations which are both 5 minutes walk from An Post Museum.
There is a Dublin City Bike station in Prince’s Street right beside the GPO.
Taxis pick up and drop off visitors just a few steps from the GPO.
The GPO and the An Post Museum are located right beside Henry Street and the Spire, a popular meeting point for locals and visitors to Dublin. We are a few minutes’ walk across the Liffey from Trinity College and Grafton Street.
Opening hours are:
Monday to Saturday 10am to 5pm.
Closed on Sundays and Public Holidays.
Admission fee: €2.