Historic places

Avondale House Museum, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow.
Home to the Parnell family since 1805
http://www.coillteoutdoors.ie/?id=53&rec_site=4

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Parnell’s grave Glasnevin Cemetery, Finglas Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
The grave of Parnell is in a grove to the left after entering by the main gate, a little beyond the mortuary chapel. The grave also contains the remains of Delia Tudor Stewart Parnell www.glasnevin-cemetery.ie

Parnell Monument O Connell Street
Erected by subscription in 1910; cast from a design by the American-Irish sculptor, Augustine St Gaudens.

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Dublin City Hall Dame Street
Parnell visited City Hall many times in his career and was laid in state in its rotunda before his burial. Visit the Museums, Galleries and Theatres section at http://www.dublincity.ie

The Mansion House Dawson Street
Scene of many public tributes to Parnell.
http://www.mansionhouse.ie/

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Morrison’s Hotel at the corner of Dawson and Nassau Street
it was here Parnell was arrested in 1882 and from here he conducted much of his political business.

Kilmainham Gaol Museum
Parnell’s room is preserved where he was incarcerated in 1882. Museum contains large collection of Land War memorabilia.
http://www.heritageireland.com/en/Dublin/KilmainhamGaol/

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Dean’s Grange Cemetery
Contains grave of John Howard Parnell, elder brother of ‘The Chief’.
http://www.dublin.ie/cemeteries/?pageID=1&siteID=872

Mount Jerome Cemetery: Harold’s Cross, Dublin
Contains vault and graves of the earlier members of the Parnell family.
http://www.dublin.ie/cemeteries/?pageID=1&siteID=872

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