Old Jameson Distillery
Bow Street, Smithfield Village, Dublin 7.
You will see why John Jameson moved from Scotland to Bow Street here in Dublin to find and create the perfect Whiskey. You get a fantastic guided tour all the while learning more about whiskey and of course, you get to taste it too. Open 7 days a week. Discount with this App.
St. James Gate, Dublin 8.
Arthur Guinness paid 45 pounds a year for St. James Gate Brewery for 9000 years. Learn all about the “Black Stuff” and enjoy the panoramic views of Dublin in the Gravity bar at the top where you get to enjoy a pint of Guinness.
College Green, Dublin 2.
One of Dublin’s most famous landmarks and distinguished Universities. Trinity is enriched with history and past scholars from Wilde to Beckett. The Book of Kells is something you have to see upon your visit here. Go see why the Vikings sought after it. Fantastic walking tours available.
Glasnevin Cemetery, Finglas Road, Dublin 11
This Award Winning Museum tells many stories of the 1 million people buried within. From Gravediggers, Body snatchers, and Politicians, you cannot miss this Tour. Glasnevin is one of Europe’s largest Cemeteries.
Museum of Archaeology and History
Kildare Street, Dublin 2.
Ireland is steeped in a very rich past. Inside the Free museum you will see bog bodies dating back 2,500 years so well preserved that they still have there hair, nails and skin. You will also see preserved wooden boats and a lot of gold too. Open every day except on Mondays.
2 Palace Street, Dublin 2.
Dublin Castle was the seat of British administration for over 800 years. This ended in 1921 and ever since, the castle has been used for Irish state functions and the swearing in our president. Dublin got its name from a dark pool that formed underneath the castle. Worth a visit.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral,
8 Patrick’s Street, Dublin 8.
One of our famous landmarks, St. Patrick’s Cathedral has a very rich history. From Dean Swift (Author of Gulliver’s Travels), Queen Victoria and even the expression ‘To Chance Your Arm” has association with the Cathedral. A must visit.
Christchurch Place, Dublin 8.
Built on one of Dublin’s oldest buildings and next to Europe’s largest Viking site outside of Scandinavia, Christchurch cathedral you cannot miss. Inside you will find the burial place of Strongbow and many stories of Handel’s Messiah and even a tale about a cat and mouse.
Inchicore Road, Dublin
Kilmainham Gaol played a vital role in Irish History. Inside you will be brought on a remarkable and tragic tour of the museum and our past. This is where 14 of the 16 leaders of our provisional government were executed in 1916 for their role in the Easter Rising. Don’t miss this Tour.
Merrion Square West, Dublin 2.
Another national Museum, The National Gallery houses a magnificent collection of paintings including a Caravaggio, A Picasso and Works by Jack .B Yeats brother of poet W.B Yeats. Free to visit and worthwhile.
A Must in Dublin
Take a Stroll through St. Stephen’s Green.
Spray Paint on U2’s old recording studios @ Windmill Lane.
You will not be arrested
Have a photo taken with Molly Malone’s statue
Take the DART to Howth Village for Fish “N” Chips.
Bicycle ride through The Phoenix Park.
Have a photo taken of Oscar Wilde’s statue.
Experience Traditional Irish Music.
Try an Irish Coffee.
Stroll down Grafton, Henry and Moore Street.
Have a photo taken with Phil Lynott.
Try a Butler’s coffee and their delicious chocolates.