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The Science Gallery on Pearse Street in Dublin City is now fast becomeing one of the top ten free cultural attractions in Ireland. Unlike most galleries, they don’t have a permanent collection. This means that there is always something new to see, but it also means that between exhibitions (which can be a gap of up to three weeks), only their shop and café remain open. Keep an eye on the Familyfun Event Calendar for up and coming exhibitions. So if you are planning to visit an exhibition, to avoid disappointment, make sure to check for exhibition dates before travelling to Science Gallery.
“The Science Gallery is a public venue inviting everyone to engage with science and technology and its impacts on our everyday lives. It is a vibrant, social space where ideas around science, technology and innovation can be exchanged, shared, discussed and given a context that opens up these fields to new audiences.”
Open Times For The Science Gallery
The shop and cafe at the gallery are open
Monday – Friday 8.00am – 20.00pm
Saturday – Sunday 12.00am to 18.00pm
The opening times of the exhibition will change so it is wise to contact them before travelling and remember the exhibition is always closed on Mondays
Science Gallery Admission
Exhibitions are free and so are some events.
Throughout each exhibition, the Science Gallery run events, talks, debates and workshops, giving you a chance to get involved.
School Tours and Group at the Science Gallery
The Science Gallery can organise a tour tailored to your school or group.
Tours are facilitated by there mediators at a cost of around €50 per group of maximum 15 people for the exhibition that is on at the time of your visit.
To make sure you have a great Science Gallery experience, please contact us in advance to pre-book your tour.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +353 1 896 4091
The Science Gallery Educational Programmes
Their diverse range of educational programmes on offer provide young people with the opportunity to pursue creative ideas that interrogate and explore the boundaries of art and science.
The Gallery targets young adults aged 15–25, people at key stages of their life regarding school subject choices, college courses and decisions relating to future careers. Their education programmes aim to ignite a passion for science, technology and innovation, highlighting the rich network of interconnections between science, the arts, culture, design, business and innovation.
These programmes give students the opportunity to interact with leading researchers, entrepreneurs and creative individuals and get an insight into the exciting career possibilities in these fields
Directions to the Science Gallery in Dublin
The Science Gallery is at the Pearse Street entrance of Trinity College, opposite The Academy Building, and around the corner from Westland Row and Pearse Street station.
Bus:- 44, 61 to Pearse St Station or 1, 44, 47, 56a, 61, 77A to Sandwith St. – dublinbus.ie
Train:- DART and suburban train services stop at Pearse Street Station. – irishrail.ie
Park: –The nearest 24hr car park is in Fleet Street, Temple Bar. – parkrite.ie
Dublin Bike:- The closest Dublin Bike station is right outside on Pearse Street. – dublinbikes.ie