11 results, sorted alphabetically
Restaurants & cafés
Full of politicos and men in suits, this is one of the best places for a boozy lunch (and somewhere you could easily end up buying dinner at too - time...
15 Stephen's Lane
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...
One of the most important 17th-century buildings in Ireland, the Royal Hospital was designed by Sir William Robinson in 1684 to serve as a nursing home for...
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
Although it ceased to be used as a prison in 1924, this remains the best-known Irish lock-up and one of the most fascinating buildings in the country. It...
The National Stadium was a popular venue in the 1970s and '80s, with everyone from Led Zeppelin to Van Morrison playing here. It holds a seated audience of...
145 South Circular Road
Housed in the old coach house of the former Papal Nunciature, this centre explains the history of Phoenix Park. Regular free tours of nearby Ashtown Castle,...
Sport, health & fitness
Following their relegation from the Eircom Premier Division, the Rovers continue to find themselves in the reduced circumstances of the First Division. But...
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre
Designed by British architect Sir Edwin Lutyens as a tribute to the 49,400 Irish soldiers who died in World War I (each end of the grounds is guarded by a...
Entrances: Con Colbert Road and South Circular Road