National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and History
Kildare Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Built in the 1880s, this holds exhibitions such as the Viking Exhibition, the War of Independence Exhibition, many priceless items are on display, and is well worth a visit.
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Jorgensen Fine Art Gallery
16 Herbert Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Jorgensen exhibits an ever-changing selection of 19th and 20th century Irish paintings and drawings.
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Leinster House - The Irish Parliament
Kildare St, Dublin 2, Ireland
The government obtained this building, originally built for the Duke of Leinster in 1745, in 1922 for parliamentary use and then bought the entire building two years later.
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Dawson Street, Dublin 2, Ireland
Dáil Éireann first met here on 21 January 1919, before moving to Leinster House. Today the building is used mostly for civic functions and receptions. This building is not open to the public
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Trinity College Dublin
College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth. Trinity's lawns and cobbled quads provide a pleasant haven in the heart of the city. The Book of Kells is housed in the Old Library.
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St. Stephen's Green
Dublin 2, Ireland
A beautiful park at the top of Grafton Street. An ideal place to rest after a days shopping in town and the lake, trees, and plants make it an ideal place to walk around.
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Garden of Remembrance
Parnell Square East, Dublin 1, Ireland
At the northern end of Parnell Square is a small, peaceful park, dedicated to the men and women who have died in pursuit of Irish freedom.
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Merrion Square, Dublin 2, Ireland
Merrion Square is one of Dublin's largest and grandest Georgian squares. On three sides are Georgian Houses and on the other the garden of Leinster House, and two museums. The attractive central park features colourful flower and shrub beds.
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Dublin City Bus Tours
Take a tour of Dublin City, taking in all of the sights and sounds of the City, on one of the many Hop-on, Hop-off tours: Dublin City Bus Tours.
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Day Tours From Dublin
Many of Ireland's most popular sights are within easy travelling distance of Dublin. Why not take a day tour to visit Glendalough, Newgrange, or even Belfast? Day Tours from Dublin.
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Suggested Walking Tours
If you'd prefer to go at your own pace, you might like to follow one of our suggested walks around Dublin. You can do them when you like, if you have only a couple of hours in the evening, or an entire day to spare: Suggested Dublin Walking Tour Routes.
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Viking Splash Tours
Join us for a fun and completely unique tour of Dublin by land and water in our reconditioned World War II vintage amphibious military vehicles called "Ducks". Our costumed and colourful Viking Tour Captains will tell you all about the most exciting sights in Dublin: how the Vikings first settled the City over 1000 years ago and how Dublin has become a thriving, cosmopolitan European city. Finally, you.ll experience a real thrill as our Tour Captain drives the Duck into the waters of the historic Grand Canal Basin for the water portion of the tour. You may even be asked to give a Viking Splash Tours roar at passers by!
Contact details: Phone +353 (0)1 707-6000
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In the heart of the Guinness factory complex this excellent visitor centre tells the dramatic story of the 250 year history of Guinness. A complimentary drink in the highest bar in Ireland, the Gravity bar is part of your visit here.
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Dublinia traces the story of Medieval Dublin from the English Invasion through the Black Death to the closure of the Monasteries in the 1540s.
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Europe's largest disused and Ireland's most famous prison. The leaders of the 1916 Rebellion were executed here by the English.
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The centre of English oppression and misrule in Ireland for 700 years. See the Old Walls of Dublin, State Apartments, and the treasury.
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Dublin's Cultural Quarter. Located in the heart of Dublin's City Centre, some of Dublin's best night spots, restaurants and unusual shops line these narrow, cobbled streets running between the Bank of Ireland and Christ Church Cathedral.
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More Places to Visit
Dublin's smartest shopping area with fashionable stores such as Brown Thomas, the department store. Other principal shopping streets in the area include Wicklow Street, Dawson Street, and South Great Georges Street.
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Department stores such as the popular Arnotts', and an assortment of popular clothing and footwear stores are here on Dublin's Henry Street. The ILAC shopping centre, and the newer Jervis Street Shopping Centre are both here.
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