Guinness is synonymous with Ireland and no visit to Dublin is complete without a trip to the Guinness Storehouse – the Home of Guinness. Located in the heart of the legendary St. James’s Gate Brewery in Dublin, this production site has been home to the Guinness Brewery since 1759, when Arthur Guinness signed a lease for 9,000 years.
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This threatening grey building, built in 1796, played a role in virtually every act of Ireland's painful path to independence, and even today, despite closing in 1924, it still has the power to chill. Book online as far in advance as possible to get your preferred time.
Christ Church is a huge Cathedral that stands in the very heart of Dublin City centre. It is located a matter of only a few hundred yards from Trinity College, O'Connell Street, The GPO, Grafton Street and St. Stephen's Green. The Cathedral was founded in the eleventh century, sometime after 1028.
Welcome to Powerscourt Estate, one of Ireland's leading tourism attractions featuring Powerscourt House & Gardens and Two Championship Golf Courses. Welcome to Powerscourt Estate, one of Ireland's leading tourism attractions featuring Powerscourt House & Gardens and Two Championship Golf Courses.
The new look Jameson Distillery Bow St. carries on this ambition through three fully guided experiences: Bow St. Experience, The Whiskey Makers, and The Whiskey Shakers - all of which have a firm focus on immersive storytelling. You’ll be invited to touch, smell, and most importantly, taste Jameson in the original Bow St. Distillery buildings.
The National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin boasts some 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture. Every major European school of painting is extensively represented.
The Chester Beatty Library is a must-see on any Dublin visitor's itinerary, and admission is free. Housed in an eighteenth-century Clock Tower Building in the gardens of Dublin Castle, it is one of Ireland’s best cultural attractions and is the only museum in Ireland to win 'European Museum of the Year'.
General Post Office, Dublin (Irish Parliament) Free Admission Tourist Attraction in Ireland #18 The GPO in Dublin is located on O'Connell street and is a matter of a few hundred yards from Trinity College, Grafton Street, Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral and the National Gallery of Ireland.
Merrion Square West, beside the National Gallery, Dublin 2, Ireland, D02 F627 Our exhibitions have changed very little in over a century. The ground floor is dedicated to Irish animals, featuring giant deer skeletons and a variety of mammals, birds and fish.
The Molly Malone statue in Grafton Street was unveiled by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Alderman Ben Briscoe to mark the 1988 Dublin Millennium celebrations. June 13 was declared Molly Malone Day. The statue was designed by Jeanne Rynhart, and erected to celebrate the city's first millennium in 1988.
The National Leprechaun Museum takes visitors deep into Celtic culture to discover what really lies behind tales of leprechauns, rainbows and pots of gold. The first ever visitor attraction dedicated to the world of Irish myth, opens up a world full of folklore and stories.
The National Wax Museum Plus is an exciting interactive visitor attraction located in the heart of Dublin's city centre. It is an outstandingly original attraction designed to deliver an interactive experience. This attraction offers a museum experience unlike any other, whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or fun seeker, male or female, star struck or star studded, The National Wax Museum Plus is the ultimate entertainment experience for all.
Born in County Cork, Lane worked in London art galleries before setting up his own gallery in Dublin in 1908. He had a connoisseur’s eye and a good nose for the directions of the market, which enabled him to build up a superb collection, particularly strong in Impressionists.
National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History is your Museum to visit and explore! Art & Industry Collections Explore approximately 150,000 artefacts reflecting Ireland's heritage in the decorative arts, as well as political, military and social history.
Aviva Stadium reopened its doors on 14th May 2010 and has a seated capacity of 51,700. It is the oldest rugby union ground in the world and the oldest sports stadium in Europe. Aviva Stadium is the home of the Irish national rugby and Republic of Ireland national football team.
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The Iveagh Gardens in Dublin, very central, near St Stephen's Green, is a wonderful hidden gem and well worth a visit. It's peaceful and beautiful with working fountains, well kept lawns and plenty, plenty of space. Grab a coffee locally and take it with you...
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Located in a beautiful Georgian townhouse, the James Joyce Centre is a must-visit both for bookworms and those in search of a true and personal Dublin. Surrounded with Joycean landmarks, the centre features exhibitions and displays from Joyce’s private collection and life and works; as well as his death mask and furniture.
The Wellington Monument, or more correctly the Wellington Testimonial, is an obelisk located in the Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland. The testimonial is situated at the southeast end of the Park, overlooking Kilmainham and the River Liffey. The structure is 62 metres tall, making it the largest obelisk in Europe.