Irish Rock and Roll Museum

Curved Street, Temple Bar,, Dublin, DUBLIN 2 Directions

From Our Editors

The Irish Rock and Roll Museum is packed with attractions for music enthusiasts. Guests can make use of Temple Lane Rehearsal Studios, which was used by Ray La Montange, Van Morrison and Def Leppard, and rehearse with their very own band. The museum features a cinema room in which visitors can dive into the history of Irish rock 'n' roll and learn about acts such as U2 and Enya. The backstage area is also available with a chance to immerse into the atmosphere of the Green Room. Additionally, guests can also feel the rush of the stage with many custom entrance announcements and a thrilling experience of running on stage to the roar of the adoring crowd. Temple Lane Recording Studios is also a part of the museum complete with Neve desk and other professional equipment, as well as the Thin Lizzy exhibit with exclusive memorabilia. Rock fans will also have the chance to emulate their idols with an extensive wardrobe and a chance to record their very own demo.