National Gallery of Ireland: highlights and masterpieces
A private tour of the National Gallery of Ireland, 1 hour 35 minutes approx, giving you an outline tour of the collections and its highlights, including..
18th and 19th-century paintings from the British and Irish collections early 20th-century work by John B Yeats and Jack B Yeats. works from the 1300s to the 1800s from Spain, France, Russia, Italy, Germany and the Low Countries. Artists including Goya. Rubens, Rembrandt, Jan Vermeer, Gabriele Metsu and Jan van Steen, Paulo Uccello, Andrea Mantegna, Filippo Lippi and Caravaggio.
We will also look briefly at the recent, superb refurbishment of the historic parts of the National Gallery of Ireland.
- Route: 1 km approx (indoors)
- Tour time: 1 hour 55 minutes – 2 hours 20 minutes (approx)
- Price: by application when you provide us with your number of guests and your dates please, via the contact form.
Our other tour of the National Gallery of Ireland is our deluxe How to Read a Painting tour. (2 hours 15 minutes) an introductory workshop on how to read symbols, attributes, allegory and symbolism in old master paintings. See here for details.
There is one public art tour scheduled for this period: insier treat, visit the Sir Denis Mahon archive, plus Italian Baroque tour of the National Gallery of Ireland. from 2.30 Thursday 08 March 2018. Tickets below. To request your own private art tour, see contact form at foot of page. Archive and Gallery public tour tickets below.
Please note we will not be able to answer inquiries regarding public tours submitted below. This contact form is exclusively to order your own private tour. Private tours cost from €180- €250 (for your entire group, not per individual). Large groups and corporate tours may cost more. Hotel meets and pick-ups may cost extra. Exact quotation on the supply of your date, numbers, and details, please. All marked fields required.
Please note we will not be able to answer any inquiries on public tours submitted below. For public tour inquiries please go here.
National Gallery of Ireland Contact Form