The Invisible Tourguide – Episode 4 – Dublin’s National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History, Part 1

This week Byron introduces you to Dublin’s National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History, at Collins Barracks.

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Download: Episode 4 – Dublin’s National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History, Part 1

Directions

This weeks tour begins outside the main entrance of the Museum. Collins Barracks is located on Benburb St, close to Heuston Station. The museum can be reached in about 20 minutes on foot from the city centre, via the Luas Red Line, or via a variety of bus routes.

Credits

Image

National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts and History by William Murphy. Available under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 2.0 Generic licence.

Music

Public domain recording of Pictures at an Exhibition – Promenade – Allegro giusto, nel modo russico senza allegrezza, by Petrovich Mussorgsky. Performed by Skidmore College Orchestra.

Bach, Air for G String, performed by Joel Belov, available from University of California, Santa Barbara Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project under Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 2.5 Generic licence.

Sound Effects

1. Solo Piano #7 ‘Remember melody’ by Torley Wong. Available under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 United States licence.

2. The Anguish Of Auximenes by Mellotroniac. Available under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported licence.

3. Public domain re-issue of Once Upon A Honeymoon. Part of the Prelinger Archive, available from Archive.org.

Intro / Outro

By the inimitable Mr. Nicholas Johnson.

Additional Writing Credits

‘They Broke Me in The Cellar’ advertisement, based on an idea by Mr. Andrew Booth.

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