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Please note due to an EU Ministerial event being held at the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, the Irish Museum of Modern Art – New Galleries, café and grounds - will be closed to the public on Friday 22 March. The Museum regrets the inconvenience caused.

Irish Museum of Modern ArtMuseum Entrance on Military Road. Exhibitions are on show in the New Galleries.

By Luas: Red line to Heuston Station, 5 minute walk to Museum entrance on Military Road. For further information about Luas please click here

By bus: Buses to Heuston Station (5 minutes walk via Military Rd): 26 from Wellington Quay; 51, 79 from Aston Quay; 90 Dart Feeder Bus from Connolly and Tara Street Stations to Heuston Station.
Buses to James St (5 minutes walk via steps to Bow Lane onto Irwin St and Military Rd): 123 from O'Connell St/Dame St; 51B, 78A from Aston Quay.

By car: 10 minute drive from city centre. Parking Only 2 Euro for up to three hours.
New Parking Arrangements: Due to an increasing problem with non-Museum visitors leaving their vehicles in the IMMA car park for lengthy periods, the Museum has put in place a carefully-structured payment system, which is being operated by Park Rite. This system is designed to deter long-term parking while at the same time facilitating IMMA visitors with an initial charge of just €1 for the first three hours.

On foot: Approximately 30 to 40 minutes from city centre. The West Gate of the Irish Museum of Modern Art is currently closed until further notice to all pedestrians due to maintenance works. The East Gate shall remain open as usual.

By train: 5 minute walk from Heuston Station; from Connolly and Tara Street Stations by 90 bus to Heuston Station

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How to get to IMMA @ NCH at Earlsfort Terrace
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IMMA’s off-site venue, IMMA at NCH, Earlsfort Terrace, is closed until 19 April due to installation of upcoming exhibitions

The Museum wishes to advise visitors that, owing to the installation of two new exhibitions, Tino Seghal: This Situation and I knOw yoU, IMMA’s off-site location at the National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, will be closed until 19 April 2013.

The exhibition Analysing Cubism, continues in the New Galleries at IMMA in Kilmainham until 19 May 2013.


IMMA @ NCH at Earlsfort Terrace, is located adjacent to the National Concert Hall, off St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2.

By Luas: Green Line to Harcourt Street (5 minutes walk via St. Stephen's Green).

By bus: Buses to Earlsfort Terrace: 14, 15, 15a, 15b, 44, 48a, 74, 74a, 128, 142.

By car: Earlsfort Terrace is in the city centre beside St. Stephen's Green. Pay and display parking in nearby streets. Private car parks in the area include: The Royal College of Surgeons Car Park, Dawson Street Car Park, Schoolhouse Lane Car Park, St. Stephen's Green Car Park, Setanta Place Car Park.

By train: 8 minute walk from Pearse Street Station.

By bike: There are Dublin Bikes stations on Earlsfort Terrace and St Stephen's Green.

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