Number Twenty Nine, Dublin's Georgian House Museum, introduces visitors to late 18th century life in Dublin, a period categorized by affluence and poverty. The home itself has been restored with representations as they would have been in 1790, around when its first inhabitants moved in.
Learn the story of Olivia Beatty, a young widow with seven children, as you begin to see life through her eyes and the eyes of those less well off who worked around her. Tours are offered to individuals and groups, although the museum can be self directed as well.
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