Galway city museum is built near the Corrib River at Spanish Arch.
Very hot & muggy the day I was in - I don't think there was any airconditioning which was disappointing.
Some fantastic exhibitions - a lot smaller than I had thought, but still packed a lot in there on the history of the city, the famous Galway Hooker, and several others.
If you're expecting something similar to the larger museums in London and the like, you will be disappointed, but it is free and you can lose yourself in here easily for an hour or two - just bring a fan with you.
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