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Ranked #1 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Category: Parks; Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields

Croke Park Stadium is Ireland's largest and most iconic sporting arena and is the 3rd largest stadium in Europe. Headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), it... more »

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Ranked #2 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
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Category: Cemeteries; Museums
Owner description: Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum are both the guardians and storytellers for over 1.5 million people. From the ordinary to the... more » Owner description: Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum are both the guardians and storytellers for over 1.5 million people. From the ordinary to the truly extraordinary, these people helped shape the Ireland of today. We want to share their stories and times with you through tours of the cemetery, a visit to the museum or through a genealogy search for your family history. We are a not-for-profit organisation and all proceeds are used to sustain and improve our cemeteries to ensure they are places of beauty, interest and intrigue. « less
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Ranked #3 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Sports Complexes; Landmarks
Owner description: Awesome Walls Dublin is one of the largest and most modern indoor climbing centres in Europe catering for individuals, groups... more » Owner description: 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. « less
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Ranked #4 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
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Category: Historic Sites; Specialty Museums
This bleak old jail was notorious in the 19th century for its harsh treatment of prisoners.
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Ranked #5 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Castles; Performances
Owner description: Two Hours of Screaming, Laughing, Fun.... Take a Tour of Bram Stoker's 'Castle Dracula' with the Characters from Dracula... more » Owner description: Two Hours of Screaming, Laughing, Fun.... Take a Tour of Bram Stoker's 'Castle Dracula' with the Characters from Dracula coming alive... 'Renfield' and 'Van Helsing' taking through the Castle Tunnels, Bridges, Gargoyle Courtyards, Haunted Library and off course 'Ireland's Only Graveyard Theatre' for our Castle Dracula Show. Castle Dracula hosts memorabilia from the Dracula Movies and all the History of Dracula's creator Bram Stoker. Stories, Pictures, Posters, Death Certificates and even a lock of Bram Stoker's hair cut on this death bed by his wife Florence... Putting you right inside the mind of the man who gave us the World's Greatest Horror character. This is Ireland's Most Quirky and Unique Experience in Dublin's most extraordinary Venue. Not to be missed on your trip to Ireland, book early to avoid disappointment. Easily accessible by Bike, Bus, Taxi, Train... Or Hearse! « less
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Ranked #6 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Owner description: An evening of Interactive Irish music and Dancing. We teach you how to play the bodhran, Irish Ceili Dance and to pour the... more » Owner description: An evening of Interactive Irish music and Dancing. We teach you how to play the bodhran, Irish Ceili Dance and to pour the perfect pint of Guinness. There also a fun free photo booth and props for great pictures. We gurantee you'll be able to play the Irish Drum and Irish dance. This is a fun, high energy event with a great sense of satisfaction when you get a chance to play with great Irish musicians and dancers. Suitable for all ages. « less
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Ranked #7 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #8 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #9 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
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Category: Educational Sites; Historic Sites; Libraries
Owner description: The building facade of Trinity College is among many constructed since the foundation of the College on March 13th, 1592.... more » Owner description: 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. « less
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Ranked #10 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
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Ranked #11 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Gardens
Owner description: Formerly the home to members of the Guinness family, the Irish Government now owns it and uses it to provide accommodations... more » Owner description: Formerly the home to members of the Guinness family, the Irish Government now owns it and uses it to provide accommodations for visiting dignitaries and special guests. « less
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Ranked #12 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: The Stags Head is a historical Dublin pub featured in Dublin Pub tours renowned for it's hospitality and famous pint of... more » Owner description: The Stags Head is a historical Dublin pub featured in Dublin Pub tours renowned for it's hospitality and famous pint of Guinness! You truly capture a sense of the hidden Ireland when you accidentally stumble upon The Stag’s Head. Finding it is akin to discovering a rare treasure as it is concealed through a narrow passageway off Dame Street, although access can also be gained through Exchequer Street or Georges Street. When you enter inside this feeling of discovered booty is greatly intensified as a virtual paradise of culture and old world values confronts you. This is probably Dublin’s best preserved Victorian pub - and everything here is of authentic Victorian origin. Take time to look around and savour the sumptuously carved Victorian mahogany fittings, the mosaic marble tiled floors and granite tabletops. Visiting the Stag’s Head is a wondrous experience wether you call when the premises is cosy, warm and glowing at night time, or in early morning when this is old repository of liquid culture is radiantly illuminated by wafts of sunlight filtering through the stained glass windows. The mahogany bar, capped with red Connemara marble, follows the classic Victorian architectural pattern, being long and punctuated by exquisite partitions that divide into private compartments or stalls. « less
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Ranked #13 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Arenas/ Stadiums/ Fields; Landmarks
Owner description: The guided tour of Aviva Stadium home of Irish football and rugby is a fun, informative and unforgettable experience for... more » Owner description: The guided tour of Aviva Stadium home of Irish football and rugby is a fun, informative and unforgettable experience for adults and children. The tour includes visits to the home dressing room, players' tunnel, pitchside, press room and much more. Aviva Stadium reopened its doors on 14th May 2010 and has a seated capacity of 51,700. It is the oldest rugby union ground in the world and the oldest sports stadium in Europe. Aviva Stadium is the home of the Irish national rugby and Republic of Ireland national football team. Aviva Stadium is now Ireland's only UEFA Category 4/Elite Stadium and has won a number of awards. Opening Times: February to October inclusive 7 days a week, on the hour 10am to 4pm. November to January inclusive 7 days a week, on the hour 10am to 3pm. « less
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Ranked #14 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Landmarks/ Points of Interest

The Long Hall is a proper old Victorian bar.  It's is almost completely authentic.  It's also not really on the tourist map so you'll meet lots of old regular drinkers in this... more »

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Ranked #15 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
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Ranked #16 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Christ Church Cathedral is one of Dublin's oldest buildings, a leading visitor attraction and a place of pilgrimage for... more » Owner description: Christ Church Cathedral is one of Dublin's oldest buildings, a leading visitor attraction and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years. Famous for its breathtaking beauty, magnificent architectural features and wonderful floor tiles, Christ Church is also popular as a venue and is host to many high profile concerts throughout the year. It is home to the tomb of Strongbow, leader of the Normans, who captured Dublin in 1170. The Medieval Crypt, one of the largest in Britain and Ireland, extends under the entire Cathedral and contains The Mummified cat and rat, trapped in the organ in the 1860s. « less
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Ranked #17 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #18 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Neighborhoods; Specialty Shops; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: Funky shops, eclectic cafes and hordes of stylish young Europeans have made Temple Bar one of the most popular tourist... more » Owner description: Funky shops, eclectic cafes and hordes of stylish young Europeans have made Temple Bar one of the most popular tourist destinations in the city. « less
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Ranked #19 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Religious Sites; Landmarks

Located down a side alley tucked away between Grafton Street and Clarendon Street. St. Teresa’s have been serving the people of Dublin for over two hundred years. St. Teresa's... more »

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Ranked #20 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Castles; Landmarks

Drimnagh Castle is of norman origins dating back to the 13th century and was one of the oldest continually inhabited castles up until the 1950's when it was bought by the... more »

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Ranked #21 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Government Buildings; Historic Sites; Tours; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
During Ireland's battle for independence against the British, this building was used as a fort by Irish rebel troops.
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Ranked #22 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Landmarks
Main shopping street in Dublin, lined with boutiques containing the creations of Ireland's trendy designers.
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Ranked #23 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
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Ranked #24 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Historic Sites; History Museums
Owner description: Originally a modest 18th-century house, the building that today serves as the official place of residence for Ireland's... more » Owner description: Originally a modest 18th-century house, the building that today serves as the official place of residence for Ireland's President has been greatly expanded over the years. « less
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Ranked #25 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: A magnificent cathedral that houses Jonathan Swift's remains (he wrote Gulliver's Travels). It is the only remaining... more » Owner description: A magnificent cathedral that houses Jonathan Swift's remains (he wrote Gulliver's Travels). It is the only remaining cathedral in Ireland with a daily sung services. A small entrance fee is charged for tourists and all money raised goes back to paying for the upkeep of the building. « less
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Ranked #26 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Historic Sites; Landmarks
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Ranked #27 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Landmarks/ Points of Interest; Monuments/ Statues; Landmarks
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Ranked #28 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Architectural Buildings; Castles; Historic Sites; Landmarks
Owner description: Dublin Castle was for 700 years the seat of British power in Ireland. Today you can still view the remains of the 13th... more » Owner description: Dublin Castle was for 700 years the seat of British power in Ireland. Today you can still view the remains of the 13th century structure as part of the guided tour. The present Dublin Castle dates from the mid 1700's and today is used by the Irish Governemnt for state events such as the inauguration of the Irish President and state banquets for visiting dignatories. Amongst the highlights are the Ladies Drawing Room, the Throne Room and St. Patricks Hall. « less
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Ranked #29 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Libraries; Landmarks/ Points of Interest
Owner description: The Book of Kells is a world famous illuminated manuscript written in Latin of the Gospels from the Bible. It was... more » Owner description: 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. « less
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Ranked #30 of 118 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Category: Bridges; Landmarks
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