Tara's Palace Childhood Museum

School tours at Tara’s Palace Museum – a unique and interactive place to visit

Book your school tour now!

The Museum of the amazing 12/1 scale Dollshouse of Tara is open to all visitors from around the world 7 days a week all year round.

vintage doll with handmade lace dress

Vintage doll with handmade lace dress

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Make it a memorable day out for the kids at your school. The museum is located in the heart of Co. Wicklow with a spectacular panorama over the Mountain Sugarloaf in the beautiful Powerscourt House.

 

Tara’s Palace Museum of Childhood is a small registered charity dedicated to helping the children of Ireland. You will discover one of Ireland’s hidden gems open 7 days a week and welcoming all visitors with a fun quiz game available to all ages 0-99.

 

As the centre piece of the Museum

*Tara’s Palace*

one of the greatest doll’s palaces in the world which is displayed together with a collection of historic doll’s houses, toys and childhood memorabilia.

 

 At Tara’s Palace children will learn more about toys from the past. They will see Ireland’s largest period doll’s house, tiny works of art in miniature, the smallest doll in the world, vintage toy cars and toys dating back 300 years. The children can try our Museum Quiz and have fun in the interactive room playing with toys and/or colouring pictures.

 

Coach parking is available on site and a courtyard area for children to have their picnics. At ground floor level of the House Avoca Terrace Cafe has a large selection of food including salads, soup, sandwiches, hot meals and delicious cakes and pastries.

Tickets available at entry, school trips need booking.

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Miniature books in the library room

The Library Room at Tara’s Palace

miniature palace in Tara's palace Irish Museum

6 rooms out of the 22 at the front side of the palace

Miniature hats - Irish museum

Handcrafted miniature hats

 

 

 

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