The UCD Classical Museum is the largest collection of Classical antiquities on display in Ireland. Established early in the twentieth century by Professor Henry Browne, the museum is at the heart of the UCD School of Classics.
It is used in teaching across UCD and beyond, supports extensive outreach work, provides volunteer opportunities, and facilitates research.
The collection consists of Greek, Roman, Egyptian and Cypriot antiquities, including pottery, figurines, inscriptions, coins, and glass.
The Museum is open to the public, and visitors are welcome to drop in during their opening hours, published every semester on their website. They also welcome visitors from primary and secondary schools and cater to all age groups - no background in Classics is required.
School of Classics, K216 Newman Building, UCD, Belfield, Dublin 4.