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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

Ark Children's Cultural Centre

Critics' choice
Attractions

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

Chester Beatty Library

Attractions, Museums

Many of the finest works from Sir Alfred Chester Beatty's priceless art collection are housed in this purpose-built museum. An Irish-American mining magnate...

Clock Tower Building
Free

Christ Church Cathedral

Attractions

Catering to a minority religion in a country where even the majority religion has seriously fallen from favour in recent years, Christ Church, like St...

Christ Church Place
Major venue

Church of the Immaculate Conception

Attractions

More commonly known as the Adam and Eve (reportedly because, back in the days of Penal Law, forbidden masses were secretly conducted in a pub of that name...

4 Merchants Quay
Free

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

Dublin Castle

Attractions

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...

Dame Street
Major venue

Dublin Zoo

Attractions

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

Dublinia

Attractions, Museums

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...

Christ Church

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

Guinness Storehouse

Attractions

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
Major venue

House of Lords

Attractions
Bank of Ireland

Iveagh Gardens

Attractions

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
Free

Jeanie Johnston

Critics' choice
Attractions

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
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