Attractions

Guinness Storehouse

Address: St James’s Gate

Ireland’s best visited and most popular attraction that lets you find out all about the process of a pint of Guinness and its history.

Viking Splash Tours

Address: Stephen’s Green North

Explore the city of Dublin through the eyes of a Viking. Put on your helmet, get onto a 100-year old Dukw, as they have been used during the second World War and enjoy the ride.

Trinity College – The Book of Kells

Address:College Green Dublin 2

Visit the Book of Kells library, situated in Trinity College. It’s a “must see” on the itinerary of all visitors to Dublin. Wooden shelves, century-old books with leather covers and old-world décor.

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum

Address:1 Custom House Quay Dublin 1
See what it was like on board a wooden tall ship during the Famine era

National Museum of Ireland

Address:Kildare Street
Web address:www.museum.ie

The National Museum of Ireland serves to collect, preserve, promote and exhibit all examples of Ireland’s portable material. Expect artefacts, paintings, sculptures and much more.

Christchurch Cathedral

Address:Christchurch Pl, Wood Quay, Dublin 8
Christchurch Cathedral bears a history of almost a century within its walls and is the main seat or the Church of Ireland. Visit the crypt and the stunning architecture right in the heart of the city.

Kilmainham Jail

Address:Inchicore Rd, Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Web address:kilmainhamgaolmuseum.ie

Dublin’s ancient prison where rebellions were executed during their fight for independence. It’s a must for all history buffs.

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