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National Museum of Ireland: Decorative Arts & History

Art, Museums

Housed in the breathtaking confines of the barracks formerly used by the British Army, this branch of the National Museum of Ireland contains the nation's...

Collins Barracks
FreeMajor venue

Old Jameson Distillery


Providing a hard-stuff counterpoint to the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin's other big alcohol-tied tourist attraction, the Old Jameson Distillery does its best...

Bow Street

O'Reilly Bros aka The Chancery

Bars & pubs

At first glance, the Chancery is a spit-and-sawdust local with little to recommend it. It is, however, worthy of note as one of Dublin's early houses - bars...

1 Inns Quay


Critics' choice
Bars & pubs, Clubs

Owned by the eponymous Panti, Ireland's doyenne of drag, PantiBar is an enormously popular addition to Dublin's gay scene. Housed in the former Gubu, the...

7-8 Capel Street

Park Inn


Part of the vast global hotel group Rezidor, the Park Inn deserves a mention if only for the fact that it manages to not betray what it actually is: a chain...

Smithfield Village

Phoenix Park House


On the edge of scenic Phoenix Park, this guesthouse has clean and well-appointed en suite rooms, with an emphasis on good value for money. Though there's no...

38-39 Parkgate Street

Rhodes D7

Restaurants & cafés

The Spiky Haired One has put his name to this large and buzzy 250-seater, but you won't find him at the stove. This brasserie is an exercise in branding...

The Capel Building

St Michan's Church


There has been a place of worship on this site since 1096, and the current building dates from 1686, though it was drastically restored in 1828 and again...

Church Street Lower

Voodoo Lounge

Bars & pubs, Clubs

Voodoo is a happening bar-club with garage bands seven nights a week and DJs at weekends. (A board in the window communicates the musical line-up.) Inside,...

39 Arran Quay

Voodoo Lounge

Critics' choice
Music, Restaurants & cafés

Voodoo Lounge, owned by Huey Morgan of US one-hit-wonders The Fun Lovin' Criminals, is a NY-style booze emporium - cavernous and yet strangely pokey -...

39-40 Arran Quay