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Top 50+ places to see in Dublin

While Dublin is considered to be one of the smaller capital cities in Europe, it doesn’t limit it in providing a glorious time to its visitors. Ireland’s capital knows to pack a punch with its stunning cathedrals, haunted sites, live music, historical museums, and charming locals.

You can begin your trip with a visit to the Guinness Storehouse, which is one of the most popular tourist locations in the country, with its vast interior designed to resemble a pint of Guinness, which is recognized as the largest pint in the world.

Admire the beauty and glory of the St. Patrick’s Cathedral, the largest church in all of Ireland, which holds more than 800 years of the country’s history.

Also, if you’ve got a keen eye for nature, then a hike to the coastal town of Howth should be on your agenda. It’s known for its picturesque views, amazing seafood, and weekend markets that are enjoyable by any nature lover.

Another eerily fascinating spot to visit would be the St. Michan’s Church, which is the home to many noteworthy mummies, the bodies of the rebellious Sheares brothers, a nun, a one-handed mummy, and a legendary Crusader who is 800-year-old and 6-feet-tall mummy.

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Malahide Full review
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Malahide is a predominantly upper middle class coastal suburban town outside Dublin city in Fing... [..]

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Maynooth Full review
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Maynooth, you beauty.: Maynooth is popular for the National University of Ireland that is located here, but Maynooth has so many places to explore. We thoroughly enjoyed the visit to Clonfert Pet Farm, another one of our favourite spot were the Castletown House and Maynooth Castle. A drive around this place is a beauty in itself.
Maynooth is a university town in north County Kildare, Ireland. It is home to Maynooth Universit... [..]

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Celbridge Full review
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A splendid townland with great attractions: This townland located by the banks of River Liffey has many attractions to show off to the world. One of our favourites during the tour was Castletown House which is a splendid Palladian-style mansion. Apart from that, there are other prominent attractions we enjoyed like Rye River Brewing Company and Cliff at Lyons. Add Celbridge to your itinerary if you are going to be in Ireland.
Celbridge is a town and townland on the River Liffey in County Kildare, Ireland. It is 23 km we... [..]

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Castletown House Full review
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A great tour with family to the Castletown House: Known to be the first and largest Palladian style mansion of Ireland, this castle is situated on the banks of River Liffey. Through the whole tour in and out of the mansion, we couldn't stop but admire the beauty of the grand house, the architecture and the lifestyle back in 18th century. We completely enjoyed the self-guided tour of the mansion.
Castletown House, Celbridge, County Kildare, Ireland, is a Palladian country house built in 1722 ... [..]

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Dublin

James Joyce Tower & Museum Full review
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A visit to the magical micro-museum : Situated within the premises of Martello tower, this is a mini-museum but extremely insightful. They have a great display of the history associated with Joyce and those towers. One of the other highlights of our trip to Ireland was the panoramic views of Dublin Bay from the roof of the tower. The staff here were friendly and were will to share as much information about the tour as possible too....
The James Joyce Tower and Museum is a Martello tower in Sandycove, Dublin, where James Joyce spen... [..]

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Dublin City

Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane Full review
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A Modern Art Gallery: Dublin City Gallery-The Hugh Lane is one of the oldest galleries of modern and contemporary art in Dublin. It has a magnificent collection of paintings, sculptures, and drawings. The gallery, and the Francis Bacon's studio that it hosts is a must-visit for the art lovers.
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Meeting House Square Full review
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Outstanding Place : Almost feels wrong to give 5* to a tourist trap, but the Temple Bar area of Dublin has a lively feel and ample shops and restaurants within a 2 minutes' walk. Even if you're sick of tourist traps, swinging through for a few minutes is well worth it, just to see the spectacle.

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Trinity College Dublin Full review
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1st Ranked University in Ireland: Founded by Queen Elizabeth I in 1592, Trinity College is a top-ranked university in Ireland. Situated at the heart of Ireland’s lively capital city, Trinity’s beautiful campus is a blend of a rigorous academic programme with an extraordinary array of cultural and social experiences.
School of Law at Trinity College, Dublin is the oldest established law school in Ireland. It teac... [..]

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Trinity Long Room Hub Full review
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A spectacular old library located in the famous Trinity College: If you are exploring the city centre, do add Trinity college and the library to your list. We enjoyed the walk within the premises. This historic library was also picturised in the Harry Potter movies making it a touristic spot also because of the popularity of the movie. During our visit here, the place was a little too packed and had long queues to enter.

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Irish Film Institute Full review
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National Cultural Institution for Films: The Irish Film Institute is the national cultural institution of Ireland. It gives the public access to the finest local and international cinema throughout Ireland. It is dedicated to the preservation and promotion of Ireland’s movie culture through Irish Film Archive and provides the audiences with an opportunity to critically engage with the films.
The Irish Film Institute , also known as the IFI, is both an arthouse cinema and a national body ... [..]

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National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology Full review
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A walk through the ancient times.: The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology is the national treasury for archaeological objects discovered in Ireland. It has an overwhelming collection of over two-million artifacts. Permanent Exhibitions include the exquisite collection of ancient gold artifacts, metalwork relics from the Celtic Iron Age, the world-famous classical ecclesiastical objects and jewelry. The repository offers t...
The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology is a branch of the National Museum of Ireland locat... [..]

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O'Connell Street Upper Full review
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Delightful Visit: O'Connell Street in Dublin is one of the most famous spots to stroll. It is lined with shopping, restaurants, pubs, and statues to check out. The Sphere is located here. We heard a bit of the history behind this on our walking tour.

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Dame Street Full review
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A shopaholics dream: Located in the heart of Dublin, Dame street is a paradise for shopaholics and foodies alike. The entire street is packed with little retail shops and merchants as well as eateries to relish some authentic food. If you would like to do pub hopping with your friends, there's option for that too. Pretty crowded and busy throughout the day.
Dame Street is a large thoroughfare in Dublin, Ireland. The street is the location of many banks... [..]

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St Patrick's Cathedral Full review
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National Cathedral and Majestic Architecture: Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the most popular tourist attractions in Dublin and has been witness to the 800-years history of Ireland. The Cathedral offers a rich and impressive cultural experience into Ireland's past. It is well-known for its choir and 'the Lady Chapel'.
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Arthouse Full review
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Art Gallery: The Art House is a modern Irish Craft and Fine Art Gallery. The gallery also houses the studio of an Award Winning and Internationally acclaimed Visual Artist Brian O'Doherty. The artwork includes a fascinating collection of crafts, paintings, sketches, and portraits of vivid landscapes, seascapes, nature portraits from a variety of inspiring artists.

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Chester Beatty Library Full review
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Gather all bookworms to Chester Beatty: Located in the grounds of Dublin Castle, this world-famous library has over 20,000 manuscripts, some of the rarest of the rarest books, miniature paintings and so much more. Incredibly fascinating collection of books and paintings here makes Chester Beatty a book lovers haven and one of the biggest cultural attractions in Dublin.
The Chester Beatty Library was established in Dublin, Ireland in 1950, to house the collections o... [..]

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The Ark, Dublin Full review
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For all you culture and art lovers: Expect friendly staff who'll guide you through an amazing day at The Ark in Dublin. We had a good time exploring the venue which is perfect for art and culture lovers, on your visit look forward to a great exhibition and display, workshops for crafts, theatre with interactive performances and so much more.

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General Post Office Full review
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World's Most Distinguished Post Office: Constructed in 1814, Dublin’s G.P.O. is one of the oldest and most distinguished postal headquarters in the world. It is considered an architectural masterpiece. It's building was completely destroyed during the 1916 Easter uprising; however, it has since been renovated and stands as the symbolic centerpiece of the Dublin City.
The General Post Office in Dublin is the headquarters of the Irish Post Office, An Post, and Dub... [..]

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National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History Full review
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Live the History of Ireland: Situated in Dublin city, the National Museum of Ireland is home to one of the largest collection of artifacts in Ireland. It displays a variety of glassware, weaponry, furniture, as well as examples of Folklife and costume artifacts. The museum illustrates the economic, cultural, political and military history of Ireland through the ages.
The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History is a branch of the National Museum of... [..]

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Grafton Street Full review
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Grafton Street: A Shopping Wonderland: One of the busiest and most expensive shopping streets of the world, Grafton Street, located in Dublin, is regarded by some as the wonderland of street entertainment. It is a great place to shop with a variety of choices and enjoy the soothing music played by the street buskers.
Grafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre, the other bei... [..]

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The Contemporary Music Centre Full review
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A visit to a music lovers paradise : The Contemporary Music Centre is dedicated to musicians and music lovers around the world. Although they focus on developing Irish music locally as well as internationally, their performers' schedule has other great musicians too. They are open to public free of charge and have a wide range of music records and archives to showcase too. Be sure to keep a track of their schedule before confirmin...

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Moore Street Full review
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A great mixture of everything old and new: This original Dublin street market sells fresh produce like flowers, fruits and vegetables as well as some delicious pastries to relish on the go. All the prices are reasonable and great to get fresh stock. This old street market as a prop has helped us capture some of the amazing pictures during our trip.
Moore Street is a street in central Dublin, Ireland, off Henry Street, one of Ireland's main sho... [..]

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Glasnevin Cemetery Museum Full review
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Hauntingly Beautiful : A poignantly impressive Victorian Garden Cemetery holds one and a half million stories underneath its soil. The Museum narrates the extraordinary, stories of the rich culture, fascinating heritage, and passionate and complex history of Ireland. There is also an impressive collection of statues and headstones from the simplest to the vividly ornate crypt of Daniel O’Connell.

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Book of Kells Full review
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A surreal experience for the bookish: This historic hand-written Book of Kells is a world famous illuminated manuscript written in Latin of the Gospels from the Bible back in 800 A.D and it is displayed at the Old Library Exhibition. The library wasn't busy and it cost us about 14 Euros per person as admission fees. This massive library contains thousands of books and was a fascinating tour.

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St Stephen's Green Full review
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Beauty, serenity and some shopping.: This place was slightly crowded and is one of the popular tourist places. A great downtown park for an evening stroll by the pond side with swans and ducks.Its a great walking trail amongst the greenery. If you enjoy shopping, you could hop across the street onto Grafton street. This is another one of the parks here to relax after a long day exploring the city.
St Stephen's Green is a terminus station of the Dublin LUAS system. Plans under the Transport 21... [..]

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National Gallery of Ireland Full review
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Informative and Eye-Catching: The National Gallery of Ireland boasts some 2,500 portraits and around 10,000 artworks in varied media including water-colours, drawings, prints and sculpture. It also has an extensive collection of Irish paintings. There is a Yeats museum, displaying the artistic works by Jack B Yeats, and an award-winning Millennium Wing. It is a veritable treasure trove for the art lovers.
The National Gallery of Ireland houses the Irish national collection of Irish and European art. ... [..]

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Temple Bar Full review
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Crowded yet an experience into the traditional Irish culture: This incredibly popular pub is a tourist destination in itself, could be crowded and overpriced but is totally worth the visit. The pub is located in the temple district where you'll find many like this. We loved the live music, quaint look and feel but the place was so vibrant happening.
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Kilmainham Gaol Full review
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Saddening: Dublin's Kilmainham Gaol incarcerated some of the prominent political and military leaders in Irish history such as Robert Emmet, Eamon de Valera, and the 1916 Easter Rising leaders. It offers an eerie insight into some of the most intense, disturbing and inspirational themes of Irish history. The visit includes an exhibition and a guided tour.
Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison in Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland. It is now a museum run by the... [..]

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Saint Stephen's Green Full review
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Historic garden in the centre of the city: This vibrant park is decorated with flower beds all over, gorgeously decorated landscapes and sculptural monuments. Located in the centre of the city, this park was perfect for our visit on a sunny day. A lazy stroll with your family was a great idea to end our tiring day exploring the city.
St Stephen's Green is a city centre public park in Dublin, Ireland. The current landscape of the... [..]

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Henry Street Full review
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Shopping Street in Dublin: Henry Street is a famous shopping street in the Dublin city. for young and old alike. It hosts some of the most famous brands in the world. An extraordinary thirty-three million people visit this premiere shopping street every year, making it one of the most visited, and busiest, shopping spots in the world.
Henry Street is located on Dublin's Northside and is one of the two principal shopping streets o... [..]

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River Liffey Full review
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Magical sunset view and the cycle ride through the cobbled streets: You cannot but stop yourself from taking a snap by the river that divides Dublin. The picturesque view of the river is further enhanced by the beautiful bridge that cross from one end to the other end of the river. Ferry tours are available if you would like to take a ride. We cycled around the streets that surround the river and clicked some gorgeous pictures of the sunset view.
The River Liffey is a river in Ireland, which flows through the centre of Dublin. Its major trib... [..]

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Temple Bar Gallery + Studios Full review
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A contemporary art studio: Temple Bar Gallery and Studios is a modern art studio in Dublin, Ireland. It is a non-profit organization which hosts a high profile exhibition of local and international artists. It provides thirty studios for nurturing the development of art. It is a must-visit for art lovers.
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Dublin Writers Museum Full review
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A literary lovers paradise: A small museum in Dublin that is dedicated to Irish Literary fans. As we entered the museum, we were given an audio guide that was self-explanatory of all the displays there. By the end of the tour, you'll learn about writer’s history, their stories and stories behind their stories. If you are a literary lover and are planning to explore Dublin, do visit this place.
The Dublin Writers Museum was opened in November 1991 at No 18, Parnell Square, Dublin, Ireland. ... [..]

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GAA Museum Full review
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Sports Museum: Also known as the Museum of Gaelic sports, the GAA museum glorifies the unique story of Gaelic games from ancient times to the present time. Not only does it celebrates the history of Ireland’s national games, but also strikingly brings to life the contribution of GAA to the cultural, social and sporting heritage of Ireland.

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Collins Barracks Full review
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National Museum of Ireland: Collin Barracks is considered to be the longest serving army base in the world. A fitting tribute to Michael Collins, the Commander-in-Chief of the Irish Free State Army, the former army barracks, after renovation, now serves as Ireland’s Museum of Decorative Arts. It is a veritable treasure trove of unique National and International artefacts such as rare Chinese handicrafts and Japanese b...
Collins Barracks is a former military barracks in the Arbour Hill area of Dublin, Ireland. The b... [..]

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Gallery Of Photography Full review
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Brilliant Collection: Gallery of Photography is the national center for modern photography in Ireland. It hosts an extensive collection of the best of contemporary local and international photography. It hosts regular exhibitions to support and showcase the work fresh and experienced photographers. Group visits to the gallery are free of charge.
The National Photographic Archive is located in Temple Bar, Dublin, Republic of Ireland, and hold... [..]

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Portobello Full review
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Peaceful Place : Portobello, Dublin, is one of the lovely places that this world has to offer: nice little gardens, peaceful streets, lovely homes, fresh air...what else could we ask for? Food! Portobello Spanish Food is a new service that consists in spansish cookery demonstrations at home.
In Dublin, Portobello is an area stretching westwards from South Richmond Street as far as Upper... [..]

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Connolly Station Full review
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Historic Railway Station in Dublin: Dublin Connolly, commonly known as Connolly station, is one of the main railway stations in Dublin and is a center point in the Irish train network. Named after revolutionary and socialist James Connolly, this station was opened in 1844. This classic building has a unique Italianate tower accenting its elegance.
Dublin Connolly is one of the main railway stations in Dublin, Ireland, and is a focal point in ... [..]

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Merrion Square Full review
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Exploring the History of Ireland: Merrion Square is one of the most complete Georgian Squares located in the center of Dublin city. Originally laid out in 1762, it hosts and surrounded by series of significant national cultural institutions, including The Arts Council, Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland, National Art Gallery of Ireland, the Archaeological and Natural History sections of the National Museum of Ireland which...
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Number Twenty Nine Full review
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The site is temporarily closed for renovation: This old Georgian House Museum showcases the architecture in the olden times, beautiful pieces of furniture and paintings they owned. It's scheduled to open back after renovation in 2020, if you are around there, do visit this renovated Georgian house that takes you back in time and gives you a glimpse of history.
Number Twenty Nine - Georgian House Museum is a preserved Georgian townhouse furnished to show ho... [..]

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Phoenix Park Full review
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Gorgeous park for a picnic day out! : A massive park with wild deer and other animals roaming around the park. Kids loved this place and are the largest park in Dublin. This beautifully laid out park houses Dublin Zoo which is the oldest in Europe. A great location for an evening out enjoying the serenity.
Phoenix Park is an urban park in Dublin, Ireland, lying 2–4 km west of the city centre, north of... [..]

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Fitzwilliam Street Lower Full review
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A Must Visit: Fitzwilliam Street Lower is a decent place to visit but the thing that makes this place more attractive is the surrounding area. You will find a lot of tourist places near this. You can also visit National Gallery of Ireland around this place.

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Four Courts Full review
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Historical Court Building: The Four Courts, situated in the Dublin's City Centre, is one of the city's main landmarks with its enormous drum and shallow dome which is a remarkable highlight of the city's skyline. Its picture was even engraved on the £20 note of the former Irish currency. The Round Hall of the Four Courts is identified as the 'physical and spiritual centre of the building'.
The Four Courts is Ireland's main courts building, located on Inns Quay in Dublin. The Four Cour... [..]

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Custom House Full review
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A historical Architecture: The Custom House, a neoclassical architectural masterpiece, has been a landmark building in Dublin for over two hundred years. It stood the destruction caused during the 1916 Easter uprising and narrates the history of the war of Independence fought by Irish against the English.
The Custom House is a neoclassical 18th century building in Dublin, Ireland which houses the Dep... [..]

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Victoria Street Full review
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A major street that connects the city centre: This street is located right in the city centre and is famous for the Belfast Great Victoria Street railway station. The street is usually packed and is a hub for public transport that connects Northern Ireland. There are retail stores and malls as well as stay options that are available around the area too. If you are out to explore Belfast, this street is hard to miss.

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Dublinia Full review
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Relive the History: Dublinia, a historical museum, is a major tourist attraction with four exciting exhibitions located at the historic crossroads of the new and old Dublin. These exhibitions give a unique perspective into the city's past throughout the ages! Dublinia is history brought to life in an engaging way for everyone to experience the Viking and Medieval Dublin.
Dublinia is a historical recreation museum and visitor attraction in Dublin, Ireland, focusing o... [..]

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Marsh's Library Full review
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Immaculate: Marsh's Library is an 18th-century building and houses more than 25,000 rare and captivating books. It is the oldest public library in Ireland and is perfectly preserved for over three centuries. It is among the few buildings in Dublin that are still being used for their original purpose.

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Mansion House Full review
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Stately Mayoral House: The Mansion House is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin. It is one of the most elegant and loved buildings of the city. The Mansion House is the oldest free-standing residence in Dublin. Panelled entirely with oak, the Oak Room is a major highlight of the building and is used for civic receptions. Many portraits from the Dublin City Council's civic collections are on exhibit h...
The Mansion House on Dawson Street, Dublin, has been the official residence of the Lord Mayor of... [..]

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Croke Park Full review
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Iconic place of Irish Sports Lovers: A massive stadium which a world-class facility for Gaelic football & Hurley. We enjoyed the guided tour in and around the stadium with an insightful museum and a skywalk. It's much more than just another football stadium, a must visit when you are in Dublin.
Croke Park is a GAA stadium located in Dublin, Ireland. Named in honour of Archbishop Thomas Cro... [..]

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Arbour Hill Cemetary Full review
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Resting Place of Irish Patriots: Arbour Hill Cemetary is the final resting place of the Irish Patriot and executed leaders of the 1916 Uprising. Situated at the rear of Collins Barracks, Ireland's National Museum, this place is of historical importance in the history of Ireland. The peaceful and tranquil atmosphere of the cemetery is visceral. Anyone wishing to commemorate those who devoted their lives to the cause of Irish ...

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Irish Jewish Museum Full review
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Irish Jewish History : The Irish Jewish Museum in Portobello, Dublin, has an extensive collection of Irish Jewish memorabilia including photographs, portraits, manuscripts and artefacts that cover all aspects of Jewish life. In addition to a general display comprising the last 150 years of professional, economic, artistic and cultural activity of the Jewish community, the original kitchen recounts a typical Sabbath...
The Irish Jewish Museum is a small museum located in the once highly Jewish populated area of Po... [..]

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Christ Church Cathedral Full review
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Been there for over 1000 years, a historical site of pilgrimage: One of the oldest building in Dublin, this pilgrimage site is truly an architectural magnificence for all the intricate details you'll see. Take a stroll around the cathedral and admire the creativity of the ancestors. Stained glasses, 360-degree viewing tower, gorgeous interiors, this church is jaw-droppingly beautiful.
Christ Church Cathedral is the cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough and th... [..]

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Wicklow
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Sally Gap Full review
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Mountain Pass: Sally Gap is a mountain pass located in the Wicklow Mountains, Ireland. On the road to Sally Gap, there are panoramic scenes of the surrounding valley and mountains. The road is absolutely breathtaking. Highlights of this amazing feat of engineering include the Glencree valley, the dark waters of Lough Tay, Kippure Mountain, and Glenmacnass Waterfall.

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Wicklow Mountains National Park Full review
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Dreamy Place: Wicklow Mountains National Park has the fame of being the largest of six National Parks in Ireland. It is one of those extraordinary places that leave an unforgettable impression in every visitor's heart. A major tourist attraction is the Glendalough Valley which offers remarkable historical and picturesque sights. The Park has excellent trails for hiking.
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Powerscourt House & Gardens Full review
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Breathtaking!: Voted No.3 in the Top Ten Gardens of the World by National Geographic, Powerscourt forms one of the most majestic scenes in Ireland. From the ornamental lakes to the rambling walks of the sublime gardens, there are many fascinating treasures to explore. Visit the Gardens to get overwhelmed by the sheer majesty and magnificence of this treasure.
Powerscourt Estate , located in Enniskerry, County Wicklow, Ireland, is a large country estate wh... [..]

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Powerscourt Waterfall Full review
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Stunning Waterfall: The highest Waterfall in Ireland, Powerscourt Waterfall is set in one of the most stunning parklands in Ireland. It is surrounded by a variety of trees some of which were planted over 200 years ago. Accoladed as a paradise for wildlife, it is an ideal destination for picnics and barbecue parties.
Powerscourt Waterfall is a waterfall on the river Dargle near Enniskerry, County Wicklow, in Ir... [..]

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Fingal

Howth Full review
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An Exciting Place: If you are in Howth, then there are plenty of things to do. Hiking is actually one of the best activities in Howth, and on a sunny day, you’ll be rewarded with fresh air and beautiful views everywhere you look.
Howth is a village and outer suburb of Dublin, Ireland. The district occupies the greater part o... [..]

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