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Ardgillen Castle

Attractions

Robert Taylor, Dean of Clonfert, built this castle (it's really more of a country house with fancy embellishments) in 1738. It stands in 194 acres (79...

Balbriggan

City Hall

Attractions

When keeping pace with street life becomes all too much, and you need somewhere to catch your breath and reflect, City Hall has just the right kind of empty...

Dame Street

Custom House Visitor Centre

Attractions

This small, unsophisticated centre offers access only to a small area of the building (in and around the domed Clock Tower) but it is definitely worth a...

Custom House Quay

General Post Office

Attractions

Best known as the site of the Easter Rising in 1916, the GPO remains a potent symbol of Irish independence. Designed by Francis Johnston in 1818, it was...

O'Connell Street
FreeMajor venue

Kilmainham Gaol

Attractions

Although it ceased to be used as a prison in 1924, this remains the best-known Irish lock-up and one of the most fascinating buildings in the country. It...

Inchicore Road
Major venue

Liberty Hall

Critics' choice
Attractions

Dublin's tallest building and the current headquarters of the Services, Industrial, Professional and Technical Union (SIPTU), Liberty Hall has a colourful...

33 Eden Quay

Malahide Castle

Attractions

The castle sits on 250 acres (101 hectares) - though much of it is given over to dull-looking playing fields - and the perimeter is just over three...

Malahide Castle Demesne

Malahide Castle

Attractions

The castle is exciting enough all on its own, and then there's the Fry Model Railway and Tara's Palace to make this a perfect junior his 'n' hers day out....

Malahide Castle Demesne

Newman House

Attractions

These conjoined townhouses on St Stephen's Green South, originally the Catholic University of Ireland and now owned by University College Dublin, are...

85-86 St Stephen's Green South

Number Twenty-Nine

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This restored 18th-century merchant house is presented as a middle-class dwelling circa 1790-1820. It stands proudly on the corner of one of the most...

29 Fitzwilliam Street Lower