Attractions

Kilmainham Goal

Visit one of the largest unoccupied jails in Europe, covering some of the most heroic and tragic events in Ireland’s emergence. Discover where rebellions were held during the early 20th century and find out how it feels like to live in a tiny cell for a big part of your life. Enjoy this nerve-wrecking tour but make sure to book your tickets online as it sells out quickly.
Address: Inchicore Road Kilmainham, Dublin 8

The National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery is located just next to our sister properties, the Davenport, Alexander and Mont Clare Hotel. It has a stunning collection of Irish art and also features the Yeats exhibition that people always like to look at as he was a famous Irish poet back in the days. Drop by, admission is free and the architecture is stunning.
Address: Merrion Square W, Dublin 2

St Michan’s Church

For all people that like a little nerve-wracking, this church is a must see. The scary part about the church is that the crypt has been built first in a forest and only later on the church has been built on top of it. Visit 800-year-old mummies in the vaults and discover a part of Dublin’s history.
Address: Church St, Arran Quay, Dublin 7

Irish Museum of Modern Art

Ireland’s leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art, also called IMMA exhibits their own artwork such as international and Irish-made creations.
Address:Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8
Web address: www.imma.ie/en/

Guinness Storehouse

Explore Ireland’s most visited attractions and discover the story about the famous pint of Guinness that is so well known over the world.
Address:St. James’s Gate 4084800
Web Address: www.guinness.ie

Old Jameson Distillery

Refurbished for 2017, this experience is a must for all whiskey lovers when visiting Dublin. Taste all different blends and find out how the best whiskey is made and what’s the secret of staying business.
Address: Bow St, Smithfield Village, Dublin 7

Dublin’s Writers Museum

Features a history and celebration of Irish literary life. Dublin’s literary celebrities from the past three hundred years are brought to life through their books, letters, portraits and personal items.
Address: Inchicore Road Kilmainham, Dublin 8

Viking Splash

The most popular and well-known tour in the city. Recognized by the yellow Dukw cars like they were used in Second World War, you’re brought through the city by land and by water. Wear your Viking helmets and scream at pedestrians as they walk by.
Address: Stephen’s Green North
Web Address: www.vikingsplash.com

The Little Museum

Ireland’s favourite small museum is situated right in Dublin. Find out about how life was like in the 20the century by exploring all the little items that local people have donated over time. Discover the U2 exhibition as well if you’re a fan.
Address: 15 St Stephen’s Green, Dublin
Web Address: www.littlemuseum.ie
 
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