The Little Museum of Dublin is an extraordinary museum located in a Georgian-style house in Dublin, the Irish capital. The museum has various objects and testimonies tracing the history of the city in the 20th century. Social, political and cultural life is told through photographs, paintings, posters or telegrams. The collection comes mainly from donations or loans of objects made by the inhabitants of the city.
When did The Little Museum of Dublin open its doors? The Little Museum of Dublin opened its doors in 2011. Trevor White, an Irish writer and food critic, was behind the creation of this non-profit museum.
What is the City of a Thousand Welcomes program? The City of a Thousand Welcomes programme is a citizen's initiative designed to bring together foreign visitors and Dubliners. These meetings are organised by The Little Museum of Dublin.