Dublin is a vibrant city and has so much to offer our visitors, both young and old. For information on upcoming events, concerts and general tourist information, please visit the official website for Dublin Tourism.
Some of the most popular Dublin attractions include:
The heart of historic Dublin, Dublin Castle is a breath-taking attraction that should be on any visitor's must-see list.
Now high on the Dublin sightseeing agenda St Patrick's Cathedral is traditionally the site of a holy well used by St Patrick for baptisms. The church dates back to late 5th century.
Founded in 1592, the University of Dublin Trinity College is one of the most famous educational institutions in the world. Among its many attractions are the Book of Kells.
The Guinness Storehouse is a building reborn. It is the home of Guinness, a world-class visitor attraction where you can go on an incredible journey through the history and making of the world famous stout.
St. Stephens green is a 27 acre peaceful oasis in the middle of Dublin City. The park has many statues including memorials to Yeats and James Joyce. It’s a great place to go in the summer time for people watching or having lunch or to feed the ducks and wander around and see the beautiful display of flowers and fountains.
Originally built in 1780; the Old Jameson Distillery once considered one of the largest and finest distilleries in the world has been recreated to its former glory.
Take your children on an educational experience around Dublin Zoo. There is a world of animals and a heap of surprises waiting for you at Dublin Zoo.
Formed in 1945, the stud is an International tourist attraction. There are daily tours of the stud and gardens, along with a restaurant and ample parking.
The National Gallery in Merrion Square, displays a collection of more than 2000 European and Irish paintings.
The Irish Museum of Modern Art at Kilmainham is Ireland's contemporary art Mecca, displaying Irish and International art in one of Ireland's finest buildings.
The National Museum in Kildare Street holds one of the world's largest collections of Bronze Age Gold.