Your favourite museums and galleries are finally opening back up! Our friends at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum have compiled a list of what is and what is soon to be open this month.

RTÉ Kids Instagram visited EPIC on 10 May when it opened up again and will have more today!

Here is a list of all the great online resources from museums and cultural venues around Dublin

Click here to see loads of great educational resources!.

Then, check out the list below and click on the links to see how you can go to the different places in a safe and Covid-19 compliant manner.

Open now!

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, located at the chq Building on Custom House Quay - Plan your EPIC visit!

Little Museum of Dublin on Stephen's Green - The Little Museum

Chester Beatty Library in the grounds of Dublin Castle Information for visitors here

National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History at Collins Barracks - Collin's Barracks Art

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology at Kildare Street -Archaeology

National Gallery of Ireland on Merrion Square - Visit the National Gallery

Seamus Heaney: Listen Now Again at the Bank of Ireland Cultural and Heritage Centre on College Green - Seamus Heaney Exhibition

The Book of Kells and the Long Room at Trinity College Dublin - Book of Kells

Croke Park GAA Museum & Skyline Tours at Croke Park - GAA Tours

Marsh's Library at St Patrick's Cathedral - Marsh's Library

National Print Museum at Beggars Bush Barracks - Click here for more

May - Hugh Lane Gallery, Charlemont House, Parnell Square North - Go to Hugh Lane

May - Temple Bar Gallery & Studios, Temple Bar - Gallery details

On 14 May the Museum of Literature Ireland (MOLI) at St Stephen's Green opened with a special exhibition from Chris Haughton and RTÉ News were there.

Got to MOLI.IE for more.

Opening very soon

19 May - GPO Witness History at the GPO, O'Connell Street - History at the GPO

28 May - National Leprechaun Museum, Jervis Street - See some Leprechauns

Some outdoor venues are already open like our friends at Dublin Zoo, The National Botanic Gardens and other outdoor attractions are already open.