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Top Ten Dublin Attractions

Guinness Storehouse
Guinness Storehouse

GUINNESS STOREHOUSE(R), Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction is a "must see" on any visit to Dublin. Housed in an old fermentation plant in the heart of St James's Gate Brewery, the now seven-storey visitor experience tells the story of Ireland's iconic drink and beings to life the heritage of this world famous beer.

Temple Bar
Temple Bar

Book your tickets online for Temple Bar, Dublin: See 15,087 reviews, articles, and 4,966 photos of Temple Bar, ranked No.6 on TripAdvisor among 575 attractions in Dublin.

Dublin Castle
Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is located in central Dublin on Dame Street. The castle is accessed easily on foot, by taxi, or via public transportation. City Hall and Trinity College are about a five-minute walk from Dublin Castle and both are well worth a visit.

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Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park

Things to do near Phoenix Park on TripAdvisor: See 246,194 reviews and 60,430 candid photos of things to do near Phoenix Park in Dublin, Province of Leinster.

St Stephen's Green
St Stephen's Green

Things to do near St. Stephen's Green on TripAdvisor: See 246,036 reviews and 60,295 candid photos of things to do near St. Stephen's Green in Dublin, Province of Leinster.

Kilmainham Gaol
Kilmainham Gaol

Book your tickets online for Kilmainham Gaol, Dublin: See 21,671 reviews, articles, and 7,814 photos of Kilmainham Gaol, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 575 attractions in Dublin.

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin
Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin

Christ Church Cathedral is one of Dublin's oldest buildings, a leading visitor attraction and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years. Famous for its breathtaking beauty, magnificent architectural features and wonderful floor tiles, Christ Church is also popular as a venue and is host to many high profile concerts throughout the year.

St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
St Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin

Saint Patrick's Close, Dublin 8 (See Map Below) at the core of irish history for over 800 years Saint Patrick's Cathedral is one of Ireland's most popular attractions.

Powerscourt Estate
Powerscourt Estate

Powerscourt is located in Enniskerry, County Wicklow known as ‘The Garden of Ireland’ because of its rich, lush landscape. Enniskerry is a picturesque village with numerous stores, cafés and restaurants.

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Malahide Castle
Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle Co. Dublin, Malahide: See 221 reviews, articles, and 119 photos of Malahide Castle Co. Dublin, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 13 attractions in Malahide.

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Jameson Distillery Bow St
Jameson Distillery Bow St

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.

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Spire of Dublin
Spire of Dublin

The huge, striking and innovative monument of the Spire stands in the middle of O'Connell Street just across from the famous GPO. 120m high and 3m in diameter at the base, the Spire rises above O’Connell Street, breaking above the roof line with as slender and elegant a movement as is technically possible.

National Gallery of Ireland
National Gallery of Ireland

It is conveniently located near Dublin city centre, a short stroll from Trinity College and Merrion Square. Free audio tour guides to permanent collection, including children's audio tour, Free public tours at weekends (check gallery website for details), family activities, family drawing packs, shop, restaurant, telephones, cloakrooms, wheelchair access to all levels.

Ha'Penny Bridge
Ha'Penny Bridge

Ha'penny Bridge, Dublin City Centre The Ha’Penny Bridge is one of the earliest cast-iron structures of its kind. In 2012, citing a maintenance and damage risk, Dublin City Council removed a number of love locks from the Ha'penny Bridge and nearby Millennium Bridge.

Dublinia
Dublinia

Also, new to Dublinia, find out what really happened during the Battle for Clontarf and the eventual decline of Viking power in Dublin. Visit the Medieval Dublin exhibition and witness the sights, sounds and smells of this busy city.

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National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology
National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology

The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, on Kildare Street in Dublin, first opened its doors in 1890 and since then it has been filling in the blanks for us through its extensive archaeological collections.

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Chester Beatty Library
Chester Beatty Library

With free admission and described by the Lonely Planet as 'not just the best museum in Ireland, but one of the best in Europe,' the Chester Beatty Library is a must-see on any Dublin visitor's itinerary.

Dublin Zoo
Dublin Zoo

Book your tickets online for Dublin Zoo, Dublin: See 6,612 reviews, articles, and 3,799 photos of Dublin Zoo, ranked No.50 on TripAdvisor among 575 attractions in Dublin.

General Post Office, Dublin
General Post Office, Dublin

The General Post Office in Dublin was designed by Francis Johnston, an architect with the Board of Works, in the Greek Revival Style. The main section of the building was made with Wicklow granite and the portico of Portland stone.

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Dublin Bay
Dublin Bay

Book your tickets online for Dublin Bay, Dublin: See 48 reviews, articles, and 29 photos of Dublin Bay, ranked No.47 on TripAdvisor among 104 attractions in Dublin.

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Merrion Square
Merrion Square

Smaller than St Stephen's Green Merrion Square is still very much worth a visit, in part due to its association with Oscar Wilde. The mature trees screen the square and it is a lovely walk around and through the area.

National Botanic Gardens
National Botanic Gardens

Founded in 1795, the National Botanic Gardens are a botanic haven within the bustling capital city. Set in Glasnevin, County Dublin, the gardens contain more than 15,000 plant species from habitats around the world.

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Molly Malone Statue
Molly Malone Statue

Molly Malone Statue, Dublin 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 Little Museum of Dublin
The Little Museum of Dublin

The Little Museum of Dublin is open 7 days a week from 9.30 to 5pm and on Thursdays we stay open until 8pm. Entrance to this quirky museum is by guided tour only. Our famous tours start on the hour, every hour. Housed in a landmark Georgian building on St Stephen's Green in the very centre of Dublin, the museum is open every day.

Natural History Museum
Natural History Museum

The National Museum of Ireland-Natural History, on Merrion Street in Dublin, has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas, as well as geological exhibits from a total collection of about two million scientific specimens.

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Viking Splash Tours
Viking Splash Tours

Viking Splash Tours is unique amongst Dublin’s sightseeing tours and visitor attractions. Book tickets online today

Irish Museum of Modern Art
Irish Museum of Modern Art

The Irish Museum of Modern (IMMA) Art is Ireland's leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art and is the home of the National Collection.

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Glasnevin Cemetery
Glasnevin Cemetery

Welcome. Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, both the guardian and storyteller for over 1.5 million people. From the ordinary to the truly extraordinary, these people helped shape the Ireland of today. We want to share their stories and times with you through tours of the cemetery, a visit to the museum or through a genealogy search for your family history.

National Leprechaun Museum
National Leprechaun Museum

About National Leprechaun Museum Step into another world where nothing is quite what it seems. Discover the sounds, sights, stories,and magic of mythical Ireland,land of the leprechaun!Your journey begins with a look at representations of the leprechaun through the ages.

National Wax Museum Plus
National Wax Museum Plus

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.

Dublin Writers Museum
Dublin Writers Museum

Visitor Attractions. Dublin Writers Museum. Dublin Writers Museum. ... In 1991, the Dublin Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary ...

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Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane
Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane is the oldest gallery of modern and contemporary art. Visit the gallery to see our great collections of paintings, sculpture, drawings and Francis Bacon's studio. Opening Hours Tuesday to Thursday 10.00am- 6.00pm Friday & Saturday 10.00am-5.00pm Sunday 11.00am-5.00pm Closed Mondays.

Powerscourt Waterfall
Powerscourt Waterfall

Things to do near Powerscourt Waterfall on TripAdvisor: See 4,246 reviews and 3,370 candid photos of things to do near Powerscourt Waterfall in Enniskerry, Province of Leinster.

National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History
National Museum of Ireland – Decorative Arts and History

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.

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Aviva Stadium
Aviva Stadium

Dublin ATTRACTIONS See all Aviva Stadium Tours Dublin residents are passionate about sport, and the Aviva stadium is the pulsing epicenter of Rugby Union and football (soccer).

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National Library of Ireland
National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland situated in Dublin City is home to more than 8 million items. ... Dublin Writers Museum Visitor Attractions.

Dalkey
Dalkey

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Iveagh Gardens
Iveagh Gardens

Iveagh Gardens, Dublin: Address, ... attractions and restaurants that consistently earn great ... But I got a cancellation at The Iveagh and at a ...

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Jeanie Johnston
Jeanie Johnston

Jeanie Johnston is docked at Custom House Quay in Dublin’s city centre and is an accurate replica of the original ship which sailed between Tralee in County Kerry and North America between 1847 and 1855.

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Killiney Hill
Killiney Hill

Killiney Hill has so many things going for it - a great play area for the kids, a lovely little cafe, great walks, rock climbing and simply amazing views, plus the Obelisk and the Pyramid.

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Bray Head
Bray Head

Bray Head, Bray , Ireland +353 1 605 ... than climb Bray Head - the view over Dublin Bay is stunning but after ... with all the attractions that go with it ...

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Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre
Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre

Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre: Hours, Address, Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre Reviews: 4.5/5

Garden of Remembrance
Garden of Remembrance

The Garden of Remembrance, located at the northern end of Parnell Square, Dublin, is a memorial garden in Dublin dedicated to the memory of "all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom".

James Joyce Centre
James Joyce Centre

Dublin ATTRACTIONS See all James Joyce Centre Tours Since James Joyce was one of Ireland’s most beloved novelists and poets, it only makes sense that an entire center is dedicated to his life and work.

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Collins Barracks, Dublin
Collins Barracks, Dublin

Collins Barracks, Dublin: See 56 reviews, articles, and 44 photos of Collins Barracks, ranked No.111 on TripAdvisor among 575 attractions in Dublin.

Marlay Park
Marlay Park

Marlay Park is a beautiful amenity situated in and around Rathfarnham, Co Dublin. It has so much going for it, between the farmers market, the playgrounds, beautiful gardens, pitches, cafes, woodland areas, walks, trails, etc.

Wellington Monument, Dublin
Wellington Monument, Dublin

The Wellington Monument (officially "The Wellington Testimonial") is a 62 metre high obelisk sited in the Phoenix Park, Dublin. It is the largest obelisk in Europe. The Wellington Monument was built to commemorate the victories of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington.

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is located in Dublin City in the vaults of The chq Building which is an 8 minute walk from O’Connell Street and 10 minutes from Trinity College. Easy access via the DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit network), 3 minutes from Connolly Station and Tara Street Station. The LUAS (Red Line) Georges Dock stop is located directly opposite The chq Building where EPIC is located.

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Blackrock, Dublin
Blackrock, Dublin

Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Blackrock, Ireland on TripAdvisor: See 391,262 traveler reviews and photos of Blackrock tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in June. We have reviews of the best places to see in Blackrock. Visit top-rated & must-see attractions.

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