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Banba Toymaster

Shops

The young and young-at-heart are likely to lose their heads in this colossal pantheon of play. The tightly packed aisles roar with every big brand name you...

48 Mary Street

Early Learning Centre

Shops

A well-known chain that's known for its bright, fun and educational toys (the Planet Protectors range is a stroke of genius), all designed to stimulate and...

3 Henry Street

Eason's

Shops

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

Foot Locker

Shops

Booming music and wall-to-wall sports gear (from swimwear to specialist trainers) make this heavyweight chain a massive hit with teens.

28 Henry Street

Jen Kelly

Critics' choice
Shops

Not somewhere you can just wander into, couturier Jen Kelly's exclusive studio is geared more to those with the budget and ideas for a bespoke service. His...

50 North Great George's Street

Louis Copeland

Critics' choice
Shops

Ireland's most famous tailor has been kitting out the chaps for over a century. As well as Copeland's own brand, the store also stocks suits from Hugo Boss,...

39-41 Capel Street

Mothercare

Shops

The largest of several branches in Dublin, this Mothercare has a comprehensive supply of all the usual clothing, gizmos and gadgets. Pushchairs, nursery...

Jervis Centre

Schuh

Shops

Following a massive refit in summer 2008, this branch of Schuh is looking impressively spiffy. It's still a noisy and frenetically busy place but you'll...

47 O'Connell Street

Winding Stair

Critics' choice
Shops

You'll find plenty of interesting titles at this beguilingly quirky bookshop, where chandeliers hang from the ceiling and wing-backed armchairs face each...

40 Lower Ormond Quay

Woollen MiIls

Shops

Spinning out the knitwear thang with considerable energy, the Mills has been going strong for well over a century now. Aran, cashmere, merino and mohair...

41 Lower Ormond Quay