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1916 Freedom Tour

1916 Freedom Tour' is a unique experiential guided tour of Dublin.

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum & Tour

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum Award-winning museum and the guided tours.

City Sightseeing Dublin and The Guinness Storehouse

The Best Dublin Attractions all with one Ticket!

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is the Worlds 1st digital museum

Teeling Whiskey Distillery

The True Spirit of Dublin

1916 Easter Rising Walking Tour

Walk in the Shadow of 1916 Dublin

The Dublin Pass

Dublin Pass provides access to 30+ of Dublin's Top Attractions

Dublin Visitor Centre 17 Lower O’Connell Street

Dublin Visitor Centre, Tours and more!

Dublin Visitor Centre 17 Lower O’Connell Street

Dublin Visitor Centre O'Connell Street, the only tourist shop you need

Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol is steeped in the history of Irish revolutions

City Sightseeing Dublin Tour


Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum

Visit Croke Park Stadium and find out what being Irish is all about

Croke Park Ericsson Skyline Rooftop Tour

The ultimate way to view Dublin city

Guinness Storehouse

Visit the No. 1 visitor attraction in Dublin

The Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum

Rated as one of the most popular attractions in Dublin

Dublin Zoo

Experience Dublin Zoo, one of Dublin’s top 3 attractions

The Old Library and the Book of Kells Exhibition

The Book of Kells is one of Ireland’s greatest national treasures

The Irish Whiskey Museum

The Irish Whiskey Museum Dublin's most exciting attraction

The National Wax Museum Plus

An outstandingly original visitor attraction


Dublinia has three exciting exhibitions

Little Museum of Dublin

Tells the remarkable story of Dublin in the 20th Century

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is beautiful Georgian Mansion in the centre of the city

Chester Beatty Library

Chester Beatty Library, European Museum of the Year in 2002

Freemasons’ Hall

Victoria building with a Templar Medieval chapel, library and museum.

Tayto Park

Tayto Park is the perfect family day out

Aviva Stadium

The home of the Irish national rugby and national football teams

Number Twenty Nine – Georgian House Museum

Step back in time to Georgian Dublin an visit a restored period house.

Áras an Uachtaráin

Áras an Uachtaráinis is the home of the President of Ireland

St. Michan’s church

Situated on Church Street, in the heart of the city of Dublin

Farmleigh House

Farmleigh House in the Phoenix Park serves as the state apartments

Marsh’s Library

A perfectly preserved library of the early Enlightenment

St. Audeon’s Church

The Church boasts an early Celtic gravestone known as the Lucky Stone

Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church is the spiritual heart of Dublin City

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick

Casino at Marino

Ireland's most important Neo-Classical building

Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA)

IMMA Irish Museum of Modern Art was established in 1990

Hugh Lane Gallery

houses one of Ireland’s foremost collections of contemporary art

Royal Hibernian Academy (RHA) Gallery

A place to see the development of Irish Contemporary Art.

National Gallery of Ireland

National Gallery of Ireland has an extensive collection of Irish art

Gallery of Photography Ireland

Our exhibitions are free, but donations are welcome

National Photographic Archive

National Library Photographic Archive is in Meeting House Square

National Museum of Ireland -Archaeology

National Museum of Ireland -Archaeology features the bog bodies

National Museum of Ireland Natural History Museum

National Museum of Ireland Natural History Museum over 10,000 exhibits

National Museum of Ireland Decorative Arts and History

The National Museum of Ireland Decorative Arts and History

Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin

Science Gallery in Trinity College is a unique collision of science

Mansion House

The Lord Mayor's Mansion

National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland - A Record of Ireland's rich history.

St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral

A symbol of Irish nationalist spirit after the end of the penal laws

Dublin Writer’s Museum

Dublin is famous as a city of writers and literature

James Joyce Centre

Promoting the life and work of James Joyce

The Irish Jewish Museum

Tells the story of the Jewish community in Ireland

Pearse Museum

Former school run by Patrick Pearse, now a museum in beautiful grounds

National Print Museum

The National Print Museum collects & exhibits printing equipment

Butlers Chocolate Experience

The magic & wonder of a real life chocolate factory

O’Connell Street Monuments

Dublin's main Throughfare

Molly Malone Statue

"Alive, alive, oh, Alive, alive, oh," Crying "Cockles and mussels...

Leinster House

Magnificent Georgian building that is home to the Irish Government.

The Four Courts

Ireland's main Court Buildings

Dublin’s Custom House

Dublin's finest Georgian Building

Irish Houses of Parliament

The Old Parliament Building

St Stephen’s Church, The Pepper Cannister

A unique design and also the last of the Georgian churches in Dublin.

The Phoenix Park

Europe's largest Walled Park

St. Stephen’s Green

St. Stephen's Green is an idea place escape the busy shopping streets.

The National Botanic Gardens

Dublin Secret Gardens

Iveagh Gardens

The finest and least known of Dublin's park & gardens

Dillon Garden

Dillon Garden is considered to be one of the gems the horticulture

Irish National War Memorial Gardens

The memorial is off the tourist track and is a Dublin hidden gem

St. Anne’s Park

One of Dublin’s most popular recreational facilities

Rathfarnham Golf Club

Rathfarnham Golf Club is an 18 hole course, 116 years in the making !

Bewley’s Café Theatre

Bewley’s Café Theatre is an intimate and stylish theatre venue

Lambert Puppet Theatre

Magical family friendly afternoon

The Royal Dublin Society (RDS)

Ireland's Premier Conference & Event Venue

Convention Centre Dublin

The Jewel of the Docklands

The Ark Cultural Centre Temple Bar

The Ark, a cultural hub and work shop for children!

George’s Street Arcade

George's Street Arcade, Dublin's Victorian shopping centre

Meeting House Square Food Market

This weekly culinary smorgasbord brings out the best of Irish food

Cow’s Lane Designer Mart

The Cow's Lane Designer Mart is a great place to visit on a Saturday

Temple Bar

More than a place to find a good Dublin pub (but you will)

Dublin’s Baggot Street

A haven of local pubs, restaurants and culture.

Grafton Street

Grafton Street, Dublin's premier shopping district

Southern Georgian Quarter

Large building with Palladian Architecture.

Merrion Square

Landmark park located in the centre of Georgian Dublin

Dublin’s Creative Quarter

The is a hub of creativity, innovation & design to suit all tastes.

Northern Georgian Quarter

A period of grandeur and style for Dublin

Dublin’s IFSC

The Heart of Dublin's Financial District

Capel Street

Capel St. A shopping street since the 16th Century


Ranelagh has something for all tastes, with international cuisine.