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Dublin Attractions and Activities Brochure 2018

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Dublin Bus Tours – Hosted by professional comedians, our unique city sightseeing comedy tour is guaranteed to leave you with an unique insight into Europe’s ‘capital of craic’. Our Dublin city bus tours feature actors you’ll never forget, so book today for the ultimate Dublin Bus tour! Don’t forget, we’re also the only company in Ireland that dares bring you to the Hellfire Club!

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Dublin map.

Restaurants and cafes.

Shopping and gifts.

Guinness Storehouse.  What better place to begin your Dublin adventure than the city’s number one attraction, the Guiness Storehouse. Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery and home to the black stuff since 1759, this massive seven-storey building, a former Guinness® fermentation plant, has been remodelled into the shape of a giant pint of Guinness®. A visit will teach you everything you ever wanted to know about this world famous beer. The highlight for many visitors is the Gravity Bar® where they receive a complimentary pint of Guinness® and a chance to relax and enjoy the breathtaking 360-degree views across Dublin City.

Book of Kells.  The Book of Kells is the centrepiece of an exhibition which attracts over 500,000 visitors to Trinity College in Dublin City each year. It is Ireland’s greatest cultural treasure and the world’s most famous medieval manuscript.

The National Gallery of Ireland. The National Gallery of Ireland in Dublin boasts some 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture. Every major European school of painting is extensively represented. It also houses a renowned collection of Irish paintings, the majority of which are on permanent display.

National Botonic Gardens. Located in Glasnevin, County Dublin, the National Botanic Gardens are noted for their fine plant collections holding more than 15,000 plant species and cultivars from a variety of habitats from around the world.

St Patrick’s Cathedral.  Saint Patrick’s Cathedral has been part of Ireland’s history for over 800 years and today is one of the most popular visitor attractions in Dublin. Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint between 1220 and 1260 Saint Patrick’s Cathedral offers visitors a rich and compelling cultural experience and is one of the few buildings left from medieval Dublin. It is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland and is the largest Cathedral in the country. Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels, was Dean of Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in the 1700s and he is one of many burials on site. The Cathedral is world famous for its choir which still performs daily during school term and in recent years the Lady Chapel, dating from 1270, has been restored to its original glory and a new exhibition called Lives Remembered has opened which includes a specially commissioned tree sculpture and marks the centenary of World War 1. Guided tours of the Cathedral happen regularly throughout the day or a free App can be used for self-guide purpose.

Irish Museum of Modern Art. The Irish Museum of Modern (IMMA) Art is Ireland’s leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art and is the home of the National Collection.

National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology.  The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology, on Kildare Street in Dublin, first opened its doors in 1890 and since then it has been filling in the blanks for us through its extensive archaeological collections.

Farmleigh House.  Farmleigh House is situated in the north-west corner of the Phoenix Park and is adjacent to the Chapelizod and Castleknock areas of Dublin. It covers an area of 32 hectares and contains many beautiful features, including the main house, which is a fine example of Georgian-Victorian architecture.

Dublin discovery trails.

Talking statues.

and much more….. see Visit Dublin.




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