A Premium View for St Patrick’s Day
A Premium St Patrick’s Day Celebration
This year is the first that the National Wax Museum will be celebrating our first St Patrick’s day in our new location on 22-25 Westmoreland Street, right in the walking path of The official St Patrick’s Day Parade! The Museum will be closed to the public for the parade from 11am until 3.00pm. However, for a very select few we will be offering a unique and premium chance to enjoy St Patrick’s Day in comfort.
About the Location
The Museum is located in The Lafayette Building on Westmoreland Street and has a unique view of O’Connoll Bridge and Burgh Quay. The first floor of the Museum is dedicated to great Irish writers, with Patrick Kavanagh, James Joyce and Brendan Behan all nestled around a Georgian-themed bar. This enables you with a unique location to have a drinks reception and an entirely uniigue experience. Immerse yourself in Irish culture and have the best seat in the house for the parade. It will be an unforgettable experience for everyone involved.
Staffing on the day
The Museum will be providing three members of staff on the day who will serve visitors a glass of champagne on arrival, provide a guided tour of the Museum and provide the Writer’s Room as a unique parade viewing space on the day. They will be on hand for the full duration of the private tour from 11am to 3pm.
A full History of Ireland in Wax
The National Wax Museum is a full History of Ireland through wax with an entertainment section, the time vaults, the sports area, the mythical enchanted forest and the Irish Writer’s room.