Category Archives: Primary Schools

Open Day for Tour Operators – April 10th, 12 to 4pm

  OPEN DAY AT TARA’S PALACE MUSEUM OF CHILDHOOD AT POWERSCOURT HOUSE ENNISKERRY CO. WICKLOW   Tara’s Palace is having an Open Day on Thursday April the 10th from 12pm till 4pm and we would be delighted if you could … Continue reading

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PRIMARY AND POST PRIMARY SCHOOL TOURS

Tara’s Palace Museum of Childhood at Powerscourt House is now taking bookings for Primary and Post Primary School tours. CALL US TODAY 01 2748090 . At Tara’s Palace children can see Ireland’s largest doll’s house, tiny works of art in miniature, a … Continue reading

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A Heartfelt Thanks

In today’s world of technology, it was so nice to receive a handwritten letter of thanks. In February of this year the Museum of Childhood donated €5,000 to St.Oliver Plunkett School, Malahide, who administer the Rainbow’s programme to help children … Continue reading

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Museum of Childhood & Tara’s Palace Raises €40,000 for Irish Children’s Charities.

The Museum of Childhood & Tara’s Palace has donated €40,000 to 7 Irish Children’s Charities. The beneficiaries of monies raised last year include: Barnardos – €10,000 The Red Door School for Autistic Children – €5,000 The Children’s Sunshine Home, Leopardstown … Continue reading

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A Sad Story with a Fairytale Ending

In the early 1900’s, master Irish craftsmen were commissioned to build a wonderful miniature dolls palace.  It was called Titania’s Palace, and it took over 15 years to complete.  It was furnished with exquisite miniatures from the four corners of … Continue reading

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