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Despite its slightly earnest mission statement (that 'all children, as citizens, have the same cultural entitlements as adults'), the Ark is, more than...
11A Eustace Street
Formerly the seat of British power in Ireland, and efficiently infiltrated by spies during the Michael Collins era, this isn't really a castle - no moat, no...
The crudely interactive features of this exhibition on the world of medieval Dublin seem to date from a pre-digital age, but overall this exhibition is the...
It may no longer be part of the active brewery but this 'visitor experience', housed in a six-storey listed building dating from 1904, has become the...
St James's Gate
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
Three tracks are available for four-wheel jeeps, kiddie karts and adult karting. Karting is not recommended for children under 12.
Old Airport Road
This noisy amusement chain offers all the usual activities like bowling, Quasar laser games and adventure play areas. At the Stillorgan centre kids can...
Old Bray Road
This small, early Georgian house may appear modest from the outside but its style of furnishing is really rather grand: lots of Portland stone, stucco by...
An old-style cobbled farmyard with stables, a forge, hen coops, pig sties, bits of old farm machinery and a varied collection of animals - Newbridge has it...
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
Providing a hard-stuff counterpoint to the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin's other big alcohol-tied tourist attraction, the Old Jameson Distillery does its best...
Originally built in the 1500s, the complex has been restored, and now includes two large, working five-sail mills and one smaller four-sail watermill with...