Skerries Mill Museum Dublin
Skerries Mills Sails Dublin

Our Museum

Discover what lies beyond the reception areas, such as sack hoists and furnaces. In the engine room, you may feel like you have delved into the control room of a ship, keep your eyes peeled to uncover the mill’s many treasures. These include artifacts from the sailing ship Tayleur (sank January 1799) the older sister of the Titanic. Entrance is exclusive to Skerries Mills Tour Ticket holders.

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Skerries Mills is operated as a not-for-profit social enterprise, each visit supports the role of the Mills in the community.

Opening Times
10am – 5.00pm. 7 days a week
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Skerries Mill Museum & Windmills

Our Guided Tours And Attractions

While Skerries is worth those extra couple of stops on the train line, Skerries Mills, understandably referred to as A Hidden Gem, is a unique heritage site with impressive structures. We deliver small group tours that are complemented by a vibrant and cosy visitors centre at the heart of the community.

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Days of the week

Open 7 Days

10am — 5:00pm



How To Get Here

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Skerries Mills is open all year. See our Frequently Asked Questions section or get in touch. Access to the monuments is by guided tour only and we recommend booking your place.

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