Next year is the year of the Gathering in Ireland.

Whether you’re Irish born, Irish bred or Irish in spirit, get involved and celebrate a year of Irish connections. The Gathering Ireland 2013 is about planning special events or Gatherings, driven by groups and communities of every kind that will highlight what is great about that community and Ireland as a whole.

Tara’s Palace is Ireland’s largest period doll house. It contains 24 stunning rooms, furnished in the Georgian tradition and featuring pieces by Fred Early, Michael Walton and John Hodgson to name a few. Tara’s Palace is part of the Museum of Childhood which features antique toys and dolls, historic childhood bygones and doll houses dating back 300 years.

Tara’s Palace Museum of Childhood is inviting Doll House and Miniature Enthusiast individuals or clubs from where ever you are in the world to Gather at the museum to share your knowledge and experiences and to celebrate all things miniature!

Tara’s Palace Museum of Childhood is situated on the Powerscourt Estate The museum is spread over three rooms in the magnificent Powerscourt House. The Estate features award winning gardens, an 18 hole golf course and the 5 star Ritz Carlton Hotel.

Gathering events will take place every day of every month of the year, in every county. We would hope to organise our Gathering for May 17th 2013 (date is flexible). If you would be interested in attending can you contact me, Nicola O’Connor at or call +353 86 8607068.


About Tara's Palace Museum of Childhood

Marketing Manager, Tara's Palace Museum of Childhood, Powerscourt House, Enniskerry, Co.Wicklow, Ireland.
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