Finish explore Dublin Castle, now I'm moving to Natural History Musuem which located in Merrion St Upper. It's not too far from Dublin Castle, just walk about 20 minutes and you'll arrive there. Anyway, mostly people walk in this city, no wonder the ambience is good because there's so many transportation which caused pollution.
This National Museum has many three branches and one of them is in Dublin. This museum is famous for its Victorian cabinet style, which house one of the world's finest and fullest collections still to be seen today. This museum has Two million species which is roughly hals are insects, live side by side with, appropriately for a natural history museum, decorated and sculptured panels depicting mythological figures. This zoological museum encompasses outstanding examples of wildlife from Irelnd and the far corners of the world, some to be seen today and others loong extinct.
This museum such a great spot for a day because so much to see and to learn. By the way, this museum is free of charge, so you can freely explore this dead zoo. Loads of creatures and displays massive ammounts to see inside. I could spent all day there for looking at the creatures from bugs to bears.
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But, my favourite animal in this place is the huge Basking Shark. I think this is the big shark in Ireland. Hehehe..
Well, this museum is perfect place to bring kids because I overheard many young girls and boys asking their parents intruiging amounts of questions. So, if you come to this museum, don't forget to take your children for increase their knowledge about animals. There's no entrance fee in this museum, but there's a box where you can donate as you with for maintain this museum. You're allowed to bring cameras to this museum, don't forget to capturing any animals which very unique.