We hope you all had a very happy St Patrick’s Day last week. It was a glorious sunny day and we enjoyed taking part in both the Ardee and Drogheda parades.
What’s more…we WON the award for the Best Commercial Float in Ardee. It’s the second year running we’ve been rewarded for our efforts, so we’re really pleased everyone’s enjoying what we have to offer!
We’d like to give our thanks to the WW2 Club for their help on the day – as always, they were great.
At the Irish Military War Museum, we’re very pleased with what we have achieved to date. We’ve had some great feedback and we’re so pleased that families, groups and individuals have enjoyed their trips to the museum.
Of course, we would say it’s brilliant! But don’t just take our word for it. Here are a few of the lovely comments we’ve received from visitors of all ages.
If this tickles your tastebuds and you want to see the action for yourself, be sure to come along to visit us. We are open Tuesday – Sunday, 10am – 5pm. Admission is €5 for children,€8 for adults and €25 for a family of two adults and two children.
For directions to the museum, click here. We look forward to seeing you!
This weekend we are marking the 100th anniversary of WWI and we’re delighted to invite you to our celebrations.
On 2nd and 3rd August, the Irish Military War Museum will host a range of activities for all the family.
Across Saturday and Sunday, there will also be re-enactments to bring history to life. The “Trench Life, Hands On” re-enactments will give a detailed view into what daily life was like in the trenches. Discover how German, British and French soldiers coped during gas attacks and see how trenches developed over the years.
Additionally, if you’re interested in hands on history, there will be the opportunity to talk to the Military History Club about getting involved yourself.
Also this weekend, there will be dress-up and photo opportunities and perhaps even the chance to go for a spin in a half-track (subject to availability and weather conditions).
What’s more, we’re open on Monday 4th August, so you can enjoy the whole Bank Holiday weekend with the Irish Military War Museum!
Admission is €25 for a family of four, €8 for adults and €5 for kids, so come along and watch history come to life.