Above: Passageway & Cell Door
Above: The cells where the 1916 leaders were held before their execution.
Above: My daddy walking along on of the passageways. 2nd photo my sister is in there somewhere as well!
Above: Inside Kilmainham the East Wing.
Above: Picture of a picture of a 80 year old man helping to renovate Kilmainham!
Above: Inside one of the cells in the East Wing.
Above: The bottom of the East Wing.
Above: East Wing
Above: Passageway & exit to the courtyard at the end.
Above: Outside Kilmainham & Courtyard
Above: Our tour guide. He was great.
Above: Cross marking the place of execution of James Connolly. That's my daddy in the last photo.
Above: Inside the museum (my daddy in the 2nd photo)
Above: The entrance to Kilmainham and the first balcony on the right was used to hang people. :-/
Such a sad but beautiful place. If you ever get the chance to take a tour around it do. It is very interesting and if you get a good tour guide like we did you'll learn a good bit about the building and some of our Irish history. The museum is just as good as the tour so make sure you have some time to look around it as well.
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