Dublin City Attractions
Dublin 8 | 30 Mins
The Guinness Storehouse located in the heart of St. James Gate Brewery, is Irelands most popular tourist attraction. Enjoy 7 floors of interactive experiences, bars, restaurants, and museums.
When you reach the very top of the building you will find yourself in the spectacular gravity bar which has the best view of the city. There are often events being held in the storehouse so have a look to see if there’s any on during your visit.
Dublin City Castle
Dame St Dublin 2 | 30 Mins
Dublin City Castle is one of Dublin’s oldest and most historic tourist attractions. Dating back to the Vikings, Dublin Castle has been a key location in the city of Dublin for 100 of years. The Castle was the headquarters of English, and later British rule in Ireland. The castle was handed over to the new Irish Government in 1922 and is now an important government complex and tourist attraction. Tours take place daily and it’s a great way to learn a lot about Dublin’s history.
Kilmainham Dublin 8 | 30 Mins
Kilmainham Goal opened in 1796 and was closed officially in 1924. This historic building symbolises tradition of militant and constitutional nationalism from the Irish Civil War and The Rebellion. Learn about the history of the building, prison life and the restoration. Tours take place daily and keep an eye out for exhibitions which take place now and again in Kilmainham Goal.
Little Museum of Dublin
St Stephens Green, Dublin | 35 Mins
The Little Museum of Dublin is a fantastic award-winning museum that tells the many stories of Dublin. Located in a stunning Georgian building, the collections on show were created by public donations.
To enter the museum you must book a tour and they recommend booking in advance because tours tend to sell out.
College Green Dublin | 35 Mins
Trinity College Dublin is a great city centre tourist location. Explore the grounds of one of Ireland’s oldest and most historic colleges.
Trinity is also home to the famous Book of Kells which is located in the magnificent Old Library. Official tours of the college campus and the Book of Kells are also available.