Letters, Lives and Liberty at the An Post Museum in Dublin's General Post Office
The An Post Museum explores how the Irish postal service influenced Ireland’s history and culture. It celebrates the hard work and dedication of the Irish people who have worked and continue to work for one of Ireland’s oldest and most respectable institutions.
In the Letters, Lives and Liberty exhibition, visitors can explore the fine collection of Irish stamps that have been digitally restored to their original glory by way of the user friendly interactive computers.
Visitors can also experience what it was like to work in the postal service by watching and listening to the collection of stories in the displays.
Visitors can come, see and read the 1916 Irish Proclamation. They can also watch the short film that tells the story of the people inside the G.P.O on the day it was taken over by the Irish Volunteers.
People who come to this wonderful museum can listen, see and learn about a rare piece of Ireland’s rich history.
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