Guinness Storehouse is a favourite Dublin Visitor Attraction with visitors to Dublin City Centre. Located in St. James's Gate Brewery, Dublin 8 it can be reached by car, with complimentary car parking on Crane Street Car Park, by a regular...
Dublin City Hall
Dublin City Hall located on Dame Street in Dublin was where all the civic administration took place until it was moved our of Dublin City Hall in 1995 and today in its vaults is held "The Story of the Capital Exhibition" telling the story of Dublin's history from the 12th century to present day and how the city evolved. The entrance hall is highly ornate with a dome ceiling and Dublin's City Coat of Arms is beautifully created in mosaic beneath the dome.
Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral at the heart of the city of Dublin for almost a thousand years, Christ Church cathedral has a rich cultural history which can be traced from the Vikings and the Anglo-Normans to the present. Its diverse architectural and sculptural heritage remains a source of fascination to visitors and pilgrims alike who enter this hallowed space
Dublin Castle is the heart of historic Dublin. Dublin Castle fulfilled a number of roles through its history. Originally built as a defensive fortification for the Norman city of Dublin. It was decided in 1938 that the inauguration of the first President of Ireland, Douglas Hyde would take place in the castle, and the complex has been host to this ceremony ever since. The castle is also used for hosting official State visits as well as more informal foreign affairs engagements, State banquets, and Government policy launches, as well as acting as the central base for Ireland's hosting of the European Presidency approximately every 10 years.
Dublin Writers Museum
Dublin Writers Museum, at the Writers Museum, Dublin’s literary celebrities from the past three hundred years are brought to life through their books, letters, portraits and personal items. Whatever you think you know about Irish literature, you’re sure to find something to astound and delight you at the Dublin Writers Museum. Did you know, for example, that Oscar Wilde was a promising pugilist during his days at Trinity College. The building, a restored Georgian mansion on Parnell Square, is a treasure in itself. The sumptuous plasterwork in the first floor Gallery of Writers is worth a visit alone.
Dublin's G.P.O. (General Post Office)
Dublin's G.P.O. (General Post Office) Built in 1818 halfway along O'Connell Street (formerly Sackville street), the GPO (right) became a symbol of the 1916 Easter Rising. Members of the Irish Volunteers and Irish Citizen Army seized the building on Easter Monday and Patrick Pearse read out the Proclamation of the Irish Republic from its steps. Inside the building is a sculpture of the legendary Irish warrior Cuchulainn, dedicated to those who died for their part in the Easter Rising.
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Chester Beatty Library
Trinity College Dublin
Glasnevin Cemetery & Museum
National Botanic Gardens
National Gallery of Ireland
National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology
National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History
National Museum of Ireland - Natural History
Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum
The GAA Museum & Croke Park Stadium Tour
The Smithfield Chimney viewing tower
The Old Jameson Distillery
Irish Museum of Modern Art
National Wax Museum
The Shaw Birthplace
James Joyce Centre
James Joyce Museum
St Audoen's Church
The Casino, Marino
The Fry Model Railway