Went along as a friend was playing Pearse in a local play, there was an excellent art exhibition on display and we were given lots of detailed information by a very helpful member of staff. There was a few people moved to tears whilst reading Pearses final letter to his mother. Fascinating and truly worthwhile. Would highly recommend a visit.
I was out for a walk in Rathfarnham one day and I happened upon this place. I found it intriguing. The landscape is beckoning and so I fell prey to the beauty and intrigues. Glad I did. I recommend you go and get to know this place.
This place is well worth a visit. Not only does it educate you well about Pearse and his school, the grounds and the house are lovely to wander through. There is also a fantastic cafe that sold fantastic food.This enabled us to chat about all the wonderful things the house and the museum showed us. Even though we have been... 更多
The gardens are gorgeous and the museum itself is so interesting - with a hint of sadness because the story of Patrick Pearse does not have a happy ending! The museum is well set out and you get a real sense of what the building was like as a school and home.
Visited here in July as part of a day trip to Dublin. Travelled by train from Belfast and got the bus from O'Connell Street. Took about 20 mins to get there. The school building is very impressive and is set in beautiful grounds. Museum is free. Some great photographs of Piaras and his family. Information on billboards is also very... 更多
Beautifully restored house where Patrick Pearse and his brother, William, ran a boys' school from 1910. Excellent permanent exhibition about Pearse and his family in the basement servants quarters and a temporary one on the Pearse family and Shakespeare on the top floor. The house was left to the nation by Pearce's sister, Margaret in 1968 and now belongs to... 更多