Online Exhibitions

Our Living with Pride exhibition has just opened at the National Photographic Archive in Temple Bar, Dublin. If you can't visit us in person just yet, then enjoy our online version of Living with Pride. No déan iniúchadh ar Saol gan Scáth ar line.

We marked the 100th anniversary of the Burning of the Custom House in Dublin with this online version of our decade of centenaries exhibition, From Turmoil to Truce, photographs of the War of Independence and Terence MacSwiney, “a patriot of plain men”. Déan iniúchadh ar Ó Achrann go Sos Cogaidh, grianghraif de Chogadh na SaoirseTerence MacSwiney ar líne. Or take a virtual walk around our From Turmoil to Truce exhibition in the National Photographic Archive gallery. The images are black and white. The issues aren't...

Discover Helen Hooker O’Malley’s love for the landscape, history, and people of Ireland, and why she said “Ireland gave me the greatest outlet towards creative heaven” in A Modern Eye: Helen Hooker O'Malley's Ireland. Nó bain sult as Súil Nua-Aoiseach: Éire, de chuid Helen Hooker O’Malley.

Zoom in on the detail of rare documents and photographs from our collections, and find out more about the historical background, and key people and places in The 1916 Rising: Personalities and Perspectives.

Explore our award-winning exhibition Yeats: The Life and Works of William Butler Yeats, that covers his personal, political, and literary life.

From local to global, learn how The Dublin Lockout of 1913, and World War I impacted Irish society through expert interviews, slideshows, and items from our varied and unique collections. Or take a virtual walk around the WWIreland 1914-1918 exhibition.

Five mini exhibitions that we've shared on Google's Cultural Institute – Signatories; Easter Rising; The Big House; Dubliners; and Witness to War.