There is never a dull moment on trip to Dublin with a strong collection of Tourist Attractions
Home to the black stuff since 1759, a visit to ST. James Gate Brewry tells the story of one of Ireland most famous produce. With seven unique floors, the Guiness Storehouse is a fun day out featuring installations, educational videos, 'Pull Your Own Pint' workshops and finished off with a trip to the Gravity Bar on the seventh floor which boasts 360-degree views of Dublin. At the base of rhe atrium lies a copy of the 9,000 year lease signed by Arthur Guiness himself so if you run out of time to stop by on this visit, there's always next time!
The Old Jameson Distillery is located just off Smithfield Square on the Northside of the city. Originally built in 1780, this Distillery is the original site where Jameson Irish Whiskey was distilled until 1971 and once considered one of the largest and finest in the world. It is now a visitors centre that provides guided tours, whiskey tasting workshops, bars, restaurants and a giftshop. On the tour you will re-live the history and discover the secret of how just three ingredients are transformed into the spirit known as Jameson Irish Whiskey.
Trinity College and the Book of Kells
A walk through the cobbled stones of Trinity College Dublin will bring visitors back to the 18th century. The Library of Trinity College is the largest research library in Ireland and boasts breathtaking architecture, with three million books held in the depository. The Book of Kells is a 9th-century gospel manuscript, and considered one of the most beautiful illuminated manuscripts in the world. It was written around 800AD and has been in safe keeping in Trinity College Library since 1653.
Just north of the River Liffey you'll find the grand boulevard that is O'Connell Street. Dotted with shops, bars and restaurants there's lots to see and do, however this humble street is home to what could be considered the most famous building in Ireland - The General Post Office (GPO). Opened in 1818, this is one of the city's most beloved structures. It played a prominent role in Irish history after it was destroyed during the 'Easter Rising' on 1916. It has since been restored to its former glory and is undoubtedly one of the most recognised buildings in Dublin.
Christ Church Cathedral
Christ Church Cathedral is Dublins oldest building, a leader visitor attraction and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years. Located in the heart of Medieval Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral is renowned for it's beautiful architecture, exquisite interior design, and is home to the famous 12th century crypt, one of the oldest and largest in Britain and Ireland.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
The Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval city of Dublin. It is the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and the largest cathedral in Ireland.
Dublinia & The Viking World
Dublinia & The Viking World is a heritage centre, located in central Dublin next to Christchurch, at the heart of the medieval city. At Dublinia there are Viking artefacts and you can learn about the way of life in Dublin over a thousand years ago. Located just next to Dublinia is Christchurch and it’s worth a visit for its immensely stunning architecture.
Imaginosity, Dublin Children's Museum
Imaginosity is a unique child centred creative space for children up to 9 years of age. Located in Sandyford, the numerous exhibits are educationally designed to inspire life-long learning through play, celebrating children's imaginations on the journey from curiosity to discovery. Facilities include a café, gift shop and lockers, with the museum being fully accessible.
National Gallery of Ireland