Dublin Attractions

Dublin Attractions

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Dublin Attractions

Dublin is a city full of history and with an abundance of activities and attractions to see.  If your trip to Dublin is a short one and you're looking for the sights that are not to be missed, look no further!

We provide a comprehensive online tour-booking service for our guests and we have compiled a list of our favourite ways to spend time in Dublin!

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The Guinness Storehouse

No trip to Dublin is complete without a visit to The Guinness Storehouse.  An impressive and iconic building, its core was designed in the shape of a pint glass.

Spread across 7 floors, you'll discover the history of Guinness, how it's made and then enjoy a fresh pint in their Sky Bar, overlooking the city.

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Jameson Distillery

The Jameson Distillery is another unmissable stop during your stay in Dublin.  Delve into the history of John Jameson & Sons to learn how Whiskey is made and the tradition behind it in their well known location in Smithfield.

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Trinity College Dublin

The oldest university in Ireland, Trinity College is an intergral part of the country's history.  Founded in 1592, Trinity is known worldwide and is perhaps most famous for the Book Of Kells, held in the iconic Long Room.

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Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle was formerly known to be the centre of British rule in Ireland.  The Chester Beatty Library is the best thing to see when you visit Dublin Castle and it is thought to have some of the finest collections of Eastern art in the entire world.  Alfred Chester Beatty, an American mining magnate, was a major collector of Eastern art.

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Christ Church Cathedral

Famous worldwide for being one of Dublin’s oldest buildings, Christ Church showcases a multitude of rare manuscripts, historic artefacts amongst many other treaures.

The cathedral is best known for hosting the first performance of Handel’s Messiah and continues to put on various choral performances throughout the year.

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St. Patrick’s Cathedral

Located in the heart of Dublin, St Patrick's Cathedral was founded in the 12th Century and is the largest cathedral in Ireland.  Hosting regularly scheduled choral perfomances and full of history, the catherdral is home to much of Dublins history.

Johnathon Swift - who penned the iconic Gilliver's Travels - was the dean of the Cathedral from 1713 - 1745 and is buried within the grounds.

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Dublinia & the Viking World

Explore Dublin's Viking history by stepping back in time with Dublinia.  Presenting an incredibly interactive exhibition that brings to life the sights, smells and sounds of Medieval Dublin, you are transported through time to explore what life was like during the founding years of the city.

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Kilmainham Gaol

An integral part of Irish history, be sure to visit Kilmainham Gaol.  For over a hundred years, the jail held thousands of men, women and children for crimes that ranged from minor offences to being involved in some of the most momentous events in Irish history.

A tour through the jail will bring you through the history of the fight for Irish independence, the 1798 rebellion, the 1916 Easter Rising and the so much more.

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Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park is the largest urban enclosed park in Europe and should not be missed during your stay in Dublin.  Home to the President of Ireland - Áras an Uachtaráin, a wild herd of Fallow Deer and Dublin Zoo, there is no shortage of activities within the park.

The park provides bikes for its visitors, which is a great way to travel around Dublin and can be found inside the main entrance on Parkgate Street.

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EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC, The Irish Emigration Museum is an interactive experience in Dublins Docklands.  Explore 20 themed galleries and discover the stories of Irish emigration across the world.

Explore the reasons behind their emigratinon, uncover how they influenced the world, and experience the connection between their descendants and the Ireland we know today.

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Temple Bar

Temple Bar needs no introduction.  The famous cobbled streets are home to eccelectic restaurants and bars, shops and stalls, ready to be explored during your trip to Dublin.

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