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O'Callaghan Davenport Hotel


It may have made good use of the impressive 1863 façade of Merrion Hall, but most of the rest of the upmarket Davenport was built in the 1990s and, in a...

Merrion Square

Oisin Art Gallery

Critics' choice

This central, popular gallery recently moved to a beautiful new space right next door to its former home on Westland Row, and now it has a bit more room -...

44 Westland Row

Old Library & Book of Kells


'Kelly's Book', as it still gets called occasionally, is Trinity's most famous artefact, but it suffers slightly from Mona Lisa syndrome: it's so endlessly...

Trinity College
Major venue


Bars & pubs

Pearse Street can feel a little quiet and desolate at night, but O'Neill's is one good reason to venture down this way. It's only a few minutes from College...

37 Pearse Street


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs

The oldest bar in Dublin to have kept its original form, the grand old Palace deserves a place on everybody's pub crawl. If it's authenticity you're after,...

21 Fleet Street

Science Gallery

Critics' choice

The newest and most innovative museum to open its doors on Trinity campus, the Science Gallery takes a fresh, fun and lively look at the applications of...

Trinity College



Just round the corner from Trinity College, the Screen is scuffed, tatty, eternally studenty, and its programme is exactly what you'd expect: offbeat...

D'Olier Street

Trinity Capital Hotel


Tucked in beside Dublin's fire station, the Capital attracts business and leisure travellers in equal numbers. The brightly painted rooms are enhanced by...

Pearse Street