Tourist Attractions in Dublin City
Its pointless coming to Dublin and not experiencing what the city has to offer. With so many things to see & do it can be difficult in deciding where to go. To help you make a better decision we have drawn up a list of things to do and see in Dublin, the city's best attractions.
St Patrick's festival
Ireland's biggest event and attraction has to be St Patrick's festival starting on March 13th - March 17th with a huge parade involving thousands of people. We highly recommend the St Patrick's festival attractions for when visiting Dublin City.
Located in the City Centre take a visit to the Guinness Storehouse. Have a pint in the trendy Gravity Bar that overlooks the city. Discover the history of the world famous brewery and see why its one of Ireland's most popular visitor attractions.
National Museum of Ireland
Tour hundreds of exhibitions in the National Museum and learn more
about Ireland's history with thousands of ancient relics. The National
Museum of Ireland is located at Kildare street, Collins Barracks,
Merrion Street and Turlough Park (County Mayo).
One of Ireland's finest universities is that of Trinity
College which attracts thousands of students from around the globe
to study each year. Trinity college also holds a number of visitor attractions
such as the Book of Kells, Oscar Wilde Centre and even the Douglas Hyde
Once a part of the old Dublin docklands Temple
Bar has grown to become the central hub for Dublin culture. Its
vast amount of pubs, restaurant, galleries and music venues makes it
a popular destination for visitors.
The heart of Dublin City Centre is O'Connell
Street in Dublin 1. As Europe's widest street its always busy with
shoppers and visitors to the city. Visit the historic General Post Office
(GPO) and learn how it was a central point for the rebellion of 1916.
Dublin Four Courts
The heart of the Irish legal system is based out of the Dublin Four Courts, located on Inns Quay. This remarkable building was built in 1796 and had been used during the 1916 Rising. Its past tells many stories of Dublin's history.
Located just outside the City Centre discover the historic events of
some of Ireland's more tragic history. Kilmainham
Gaol is known as one of Europe's largest Goals that is unoccupied
and today is preserved as a museum.
Located in an area with history dating back to 930's, when Dublin was founded by the Vikings. Dublin Castle is rich with history and today stands as an official host to Government visits and also as a visitor centre for tourists.
Ha' Penny Bridge
Discover this popular foot bridge located in the heart of Dublin City. Built in the 1800's this remarkable landmark is used by thousands of walkers very day. See why it has become so popular and how the Ha' Penny Bridge actually came about.