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Dublin's Camper store stocks a wide range of designs from the hip Mallorcan shoe company. It's a relatively small space, but the shoes are nicely displayed,...

10 Wicklow Street

101 Talbot

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

Casual, but serious about its vegetarian customers, this long-running restaurant nourishes wise locals who pay little attention to food fads. Don't expect...

101 Talbot Street

Project Arts Centre

Art, Dance, Music, Theatre

PAC began 40 years ago as a visual arts project in the foyer of the Gate, before settling into these refurbished premises in 2000. The building's three...

39 Essex Street East

National Gallery of Ireland

Art, Museums

This gallery houses a small but fine collection of European works from the 14th to the 20th centuries, including paintings by Caravaggio (in Room 42),...

Merrion Square West
FreeMajor venue

Oscar Wilde House

Attractions, Museums

Really somewhere that most people will observe from the outside, as the house is only open for viewings for large groups. A major refurb has left it looking...

American College Dublin
Major venue

Jeanie Johnston

Critics' choice

Open all year round, the Jeanie Johnston is a working replica of Dublin's most famous famine ship (the boats that were used in the mid 19th century to...

Custom House Quay

Pen Corner


A classy stationer and supplier of top-notch fountain pens, this long-established Dublin shop is still going strong, furnishing those who are bored by email...

12 College Green

Dublin Zoo


One of the oldest zoos in the world (it was founded in 1830), Dublin's animal house is now home to 700 species, including endangered snow leopards and...

Phoenix Park
Major venue

National Museum of Archaeology & History


Established in 1877 by the Science and Art Museums Act, the National Museum is deservedly one of Dublin's most popular attractions. The 19th-century...

Kildare Street
Major venue

National Sealife Centre


This aquarium is constructed on a fairly humble scale, so there isn't much in the way of child-friendly wow factor. However, the wide variety of marine...

Strand Road



Internationally renowned theatre designer Jean-Guy Lecat has transformed the auditorium of this, the nation's premier theatre. Where there used to be a...

26 Abbey Street Lower
Major venue



Always busy, this long-established shop won't win any prizes for atmosphere, but it has a good selection of books over four floors.

40 O'Connell Street

Iveagh Gardens


At first glance, Iveagh gardens look private: they're ringed by high stone walls and their entrances are hidden. One door lurks behind the National Concert...

Entrances to park: Hatch Street Upper; Clonmel Street

Bang Café

Critics' choice
Restaurants & cafés

The owners of this fashionable café have a good pedigree: restaurants and fashion have featured strongly in their lives. They drive fast cars, have pretty...

11 Merrion Row