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White seeking room to improve

Little Museum of Dublin to relocate

7th January, 2018
Trevor White, director of the Little Museum of Dublin Picture: Fergal Phillips

Trevor White, director of the Little Museum of Dublin, is in talks to establish a new, larger home for his “people’s museum”.

In an interview in today’s Sunday Business Post Magazine, White said: “At the moment we have to turn visitors away and, while this is an exciting problem to have, it’s also true that Dublin deserves a world-class museum of the city....

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