Collections – 19th – 20th Century Galway – Industry

/Collections – 19th – 20th Century Galway – Industry
Collections – 19th – 20th Century Galway – Industry 2017-08-02T11:02:43+00:00

19th – 20th Century Galway

Industry

Industry Early Collections Galway museum

Industry Early Collections Galway museum

Industry Early Collections Galway museum

Industry Collections Galway museum

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Prehistoric Galway

Galway City Museum is a repository for objects of cultural heritage related to the city of Galway and its people, past and present. The collection currently comprises approximately 1,000 objects, most of which have been kindly donated by the people of Galway over the past 30 years. Part of the collection is on display and you will see it as you navigate through the museum. Those objects not on display comprise our reserve collection and are kept in our stores.

Galway City Museum is a repository for objects of cultural heritage related to the city of Galway and its people, past and present. The collection currently comprises approximately 1,000 objects, most of which have been kindly donated by the people of Galway over the past 30 years. Part of the collection is on display and you will see it as you navigate through the museum. Those objects not on display comprise our reserve collection and are kept in our stores.

Galway City Museum is a repository for objects of cultural heritage related to the city of Galway and its people, past and present. The collection currently comprises approximately 1,000 objects, most of which have been kindly donated by the people of Galway over the past 30 years. Part of the collection is on display and you will see it as you navigate through the museum. Those objects not on display comprise our reserve collection and are kept in our stores.

DURING GALWAY INTERNATIONAL ART FESTIVAL  WE WILL OPEN MONDAY 16TH JULY AND MONDAY 23RD JULY 2018 FROM 10AM TO 5PM

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Free |  OPENING TIMES: Tuesday to Saturday: 10:00 to 17:00 and from Easter to end of September on Sundays: 12:00 to 17:00 (Exhibitions close at 16:45)
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