National Leprechaun Museum

Involving twelve interactive chapters, the National Leprechaun musem tells the story of Irish fairies and leprechauns. The mythical Tuath De Danaan were among the first people in Ireland and legend has it they possessed magical powers. However when Gaels arrived, they retreated into the underworld and as the fairy folk, they continue, depending whether they are pleased or angered, to bless or curse Irish mortals. Leprechauns are said to have lived under the sea before becoming the shoemakers for the fairy folk. The museum takes visitors on a entertaining journey through the folklore and fairy tales of the Irish people and how Leprechauns are depicted in modern popular culture.



Twilfit House,

Jervis Street,

Dublin 1

Telephone: +353-(0)1-873-3899


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