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Number 29 Fitzwilliam Street Lower

Welcome to Number 29, ESB Georgian House Museum.

In partnership with The National Museum of Ireland the Museum highlights life in Georgian Dublin in the period, 1790 until 1820. The displays through-out the Museum are supplemented by using story boards, which provide information on each room and explain the operation of a townhouse in the Georgian period, which was lived in by an upper middle class family.

Number 29 is open primarily on a self-guided basis for you to walk through and enjoy the Museum. Four guided tours also operate each day.

  • The morning tours are at 11.00 and are reserved for groups, which must be pre-booked by completing the attached booking form.
  • The afternoon tours are at 3.00 and you are welcome on a first come basis.

Groups: We welcome Group Tours, and for visits of 10 or more people it is essential you make an advance booking. Such visits can be arranged by completing the booking form attached. A confirmatory e-mail will issue to you to confirm the booking.

Visitors to this house today, are acquainted with the story of its first occupant, Mrs. Olivia Beatty who moved here in November 1794.  

Read more history of Number Twenty Nine.

Admission Rates:

Adults: €6,

Seniors, Students Group Leaders & Unwaged: €3,

Children 12 years and under: Free

Culture Night @ No. 29, Dublin's Georgian House Museum
Friday 16th September - 5pm-10pm

Come and discover the jewel in the crown of Georgian Dublin. Enjoy the beauty, grandeur and history of this beautifully restored townhouse which depicts home life in middle class Dublin from 1790 -1820. Learn about the fortunate who lived in such elegant homes, and the less fortunate who worked in them. Wander through the house at your leisure throughout the evening. Visitors can enjoy live music from the Astral String Quartet who will perform an eclectic mix of classical and popular favourites in the opulent surroundings of the Drawing Room from 7pm to 9pm.

A Virtual Tour of Number 29 Visitor Information

From the basement right through to the attic is housed a unique collection of artefacts and works of art of the time.

A photo of the inside of number 29

Click here for a virtual tour of the house.

Opening hours for Visitors are :
Tues Sat 10.00 a.m. 5 p.m.
Mid February to Mid December

Last admission is at 4.30 p.m.

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