4.5 based on 21 reviews
This bleak old jail was notorious in the 19th century for its harsh treatment of prisoners.
I’m not really a fan of such tours, and tend to find them somewhat dull. However, the staff at this venue are super friendly and helpful, and the tour guides honestly care about the history of the Gaol, and the city in general. You’ll leave humbled. And you’ll be glad for it.
4 based on 181 reviews
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is located just off the M50 (exit 7 M4 towards Sligo). It's a great location for a pitstop between Dublin and the West of Ireland. A great choice of cafes, restaurants & fast food, plus a large M&S food store. For shopping, it's one of Ireland's premier shopping centres and for those staying in the city it is easily reached by bus with Routes 13 & 40 also serving other great tourist spots like Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse, MOMA, Kilmainham & Phoenix Park. For those looking for a girls weekend of shopping and fun, it is served by Flybus straight from the Airport and has a Clarion Hotel located across the road.
Not the biggest shopping center, very similar shops to you would normally find in the UK. However, this is lovely and clean and very good customer service including lots of great restaurants. If you are going to a restaurant though, make sure you book in advance or you may be turned down!
4.5 based on 12 reviews
Beautiful urban park immortalized in James Joyce's "Ulysses."
We caught the bus here several times during our stay and enjoyed the tranquility of wandering through at our leisure.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The building facade of Trinity College is among many constructed since the foundation of the College on March 13th, 1592. The design is attributed to Theodore Jacobsen, a London-based amateur architect, with the collaboration of Henry Keene and John Sanderson.
I always visit Trinity when I'm in Dublin, its lovely,and clean. I have visited the open day for undergraduates and there is a wide selection of subjects and degrees to choose from.
However they lose 1 star because I really needed the toilet one evening and I went with my partner into a building and the staff refused both of us access to the toilet. I had a kidney infection when I was visiting. The staff that were on that night were rude and condensing and made me feel like I don't belong there.
4.5 based on 15 reviews
The Book of Kells is a world famous illuminated manuscript written in Latin of the Gospels from the Bible. It was painstakingly hand-written and illustrated by monks around 800 A.D.
You can't visit Dublin and not go see The Book of Kells. They had 2 of the 4 books on display. You are not allowed to take pics of the display of the Book of Kells but you can take pics in the Old Library and the Long Room. There were quite a few people trying to get a look at the display of the Book of Kells. The Long Room is just amazing!!
4.5 based on 34 reviews
GUINNESS STOREHOUSE(R), Ireland's No. 1 visitor attraction is a "must see" on any visit to Dublin. Housed in an old fermentation plant in the heart of St James's Gate Brewery, the now seven-storey visitor experience tells the story of Ireland's iconic drink and beings to life the heritage of this world famous beer. Your journey begins standing at the bottom of the world's largest pint glass, which rises through the building. It is a dramatic story that begins over 250 years ago and ends in Gravity(R) Bar, Dublin's highest bar where you will receive a complimentary pint of GUINNESS(R) while enjoying spectacular views over Dublin.
I would suggest booking prior...the queue was 2 hours long and luckily for us it wasn’t raining but freezing! The staff however outside were sweet and chatty! If u don’t like Guinness...not sure this is the tour for you. Also wouldn’t recommend for children, the tour is beautiful, well put together. The technology is spectacular and if you don’t know how beer is made you might like it? You get a pint with your tickets but the bar on all floors (there are 7) are all quite packed. Literally queued for everything. Arrive early, drink your pint on 5th floor. Sensory room is the best bit! It’s lovely but packed and I don’t like Guinness!!
4 based on 14 reviews
Funky shops, eclectic cafes and hordes of stylish young Europeans have made Temple Bar one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city.
This place is jumping, so much to see and do, you could genuinely spend all day just people watching here. Great buzz!!
5 based on 361 reviews
This is a hands on activity - full of fun and laughter and delivered in the heart of the community. A fun mix of culture, history, sport and soft activity. Experience Gaelic Games introduce visiting groups to Ireland’s greatest cultural secret and most popular sports – Gaelic Football, Hurling -(Stick and Ball game), Gaelic Handball along with dance. A uniquely authentic Irish activity! – just about the most memorable and fun Irish experience visitors can have!
While preparing for our family trip to Ireland, my husband and I came across Experience Gaelic Games and knew this was something we wanted to participate in. We booked a session for our whole family and had a blast! Georgina was a huge help with registration and our coaches, Brian and Tiernan, were wonderful. If you have the time to spare while in Dublin I highly recommend booking a session! While there are incredible sights to see around town, this is an experience you won't get anywhere else and in addition to a great workout, you'll also learn so much about Irish history, and the country's rich sports culture. Now we're totally hooked on Gaelic Football! Go Mayo!
5 based on 2 reviews
EPIC is a modern museum in Dublin’s Docklands that tells the moving and unforgettable story of the 10 million Irish people who left their homeland, & how they influenced and shaped the world. The world’s only fully digital museum features 1,500 years of Irish history in its atmospheric vaults. Experience this breathtaking story in interactive galleries, with a feast of powerful audio & video bringing these one-of-a-kind tales to life. Shortlisted for European Museum of the Year 2018, this top-rated, family-friendly attraction is an essential destination for everyone with an interest in Ireland’s people, culture and history. Relive some of the greatest achievements in music, literature, sport, business, politics, fashion & science. EPIC also houses the Irish Family History Centre, with a team of genealogy experts to help visitors uncover their Irish roots. Also nearby is the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship & the Famine Memorial Sculpture. Last entry is 5:00pm, museum closes at 6:45pm
This museum is SO INTERESTING. It is modern education and fully interactive with technology with videos and music to interactive games and trivia. Fun combined with an education. Before going I wasn't really sure what to expect, sounded interesting and the ticket price was a good value, and I'm curious about my Irish heritage. After going, I feel very connected to and proud of the Irish people... all around the world. One of the BEST values for your money. Highly recommend.
5 based on 397 reviews
Awesome Walls Dublin is one of the largest and most modern indoor climbing centres in Europe catering for individuals, groups and birthday parties. With a superb cafe and shop on site and expert instructors we will ensure you have a great time every time.
Smashing indoor climbing center. Multiple routes from grade 4 onwards on different shapes wall sections. Routes get changed every 6 weeks or so, so you don't end up bored. 2 floors with bouldering walls as well. Great instructors for anything from a taster session to advanced climbing. Discovered this place last summer, been a regular climber there ever since.
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