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Kilmainham Gaol
#1 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Definitely worth a visit, it gives you an amazing view of Irish history and all the conflicts experienced on this amazing island with amazing people, worth learning the history and seeing firsthand the impact of t...
A fantastic tour of this national site with a great guide (Katie) giving a fascinating glimpse into Irish penal and political history, in particular the events is the 1916 Rebellion.
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Trinity College Dublin
#2 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Trinity has a simply stunning campus with a blend of the truly ancient (Book of Kells is on site) and the modern (both architecture and sculptures) and some of the rooms are equally stunning.
Students from all over the world come to study here and it is renowned for the famous Book of Kells which is on view within its walls, There are wonderful gardens where one can picnic and admire the many sculpture...
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The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition
#3 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Excellent site to visit has great history leading back to several centuries So much information and so well portrayed Well done with such pride Trinity college with a great history complements the book of Kells ve...
The history of the Book of Kells is fascinating but if you can’t get tickets or the lines are too long you’ll still walk away with an appreciation of this historic site by just visiting the library.
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Guinness Storehouse
#4 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Fabulous place to visit, shed loads of info about Guinness, plenty of helpers around who are very knowledgeable, great refreshment areas, the gravity bar is brilliant with panoramic views over Dublin and a free pi...
From the moment you are outside this Storehouse you know it's special.The welcome is great and the whole experience on every level is just amazing.The view from Gravity bar across Dublin is superb and the Guinness...
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Temple Bar
#5 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Lovely area to stroll, walking distance frim the city centre, lots of main attractions and fabulous eating places/cafes and the river view.
We went on a family day out to Dublin after taking in a few of the sights we ended up at the temple bar 5he Craig was mighty plenty of fun and laughter nice friendly staff and a bitta banter on the side there was...
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14 Henrietta Street
#6 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
As a active tour guide in Dublin I have been to most of the tourist sites in the city and 14 Henrietta Street is a must see for anybody interested in the history and social evolution of Dublin.
... periods that I grew up in and remember from my childhood..each tour caters for 17 people.I would highly recommend it .I myself am seeing Dublin from a visitors view and I think it's great even I was born here.
Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum
#7 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Great few hours seeing around the stadium and listening to the magnificent history -museum is great and the skyline tour tops off a great experience with excellent views of Dublin
Highly recommend this experience was just amazing to walk on the stadium roof and see all the sights in Dublin and the stadium tour was fascinating.
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The Famine Sculptures
#8 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Best taken as part of a walk with fab views of Dublin Port and the Liffey and Dublin post Tiger times which is quite a contract on the times depicted by the sculptures
Many interesting sights and wonderful buildings (both historic and modern) along this route.
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Drimnagh Castle
#9 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Definitely worth a visit if you aren't going to make it outside of the Dublin area as it is far more historic than Dublin castle and the current restorations are as good as any of the national sites, as far as the...
This was hands down our favorite site to see while in Ireland.
Gate Theatre
#10 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
One of my top nights ever in theatre was A View from the Bridge with Christopher Maloni but Owen Roe's performance matched this, he is one of the best actors ever to come out of Ireland.
Fabulous shows and every seat has a good view
Farmleigh House and Estate
#11 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
You could also do tours of the house and enjoy beautiful coffee while enjoying the beautiful fresh air and the magnificent views.
It's a grand walk along the tree-lined avenue and then the fine facade of the large house comes into view.
The Long Hall
#12 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
After several hours of taking in the popular sights listed in our guide book, we felt it time for the first pub visit since stepping off the plane just that morning.
The Long Hall is full of old Dublin charm, with plenty of Victorian fixtures and fittings on view.
Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA, Dublin
#13 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Interesting in site and stories about Bram Stoker and his book.
We were from out of the country and had very limited access to the internet (which is were you find instructions to get there) so just make sure you check directions on their site before you go.
Casino Marino
#14 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Great views to the Dublin mountains to the south.
Sometimes the hassle of getting to sites makes the journey difficult, but the Casino Marino has easy on site parking.
Croke Park Stadium
#15 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
The views of Dublin were amazing (even in the rain) and Liam knew the city well being a Dub.
Excellent venue with perfect comfort, acoustic and view.
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St. Audoen's Church
#16 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
One tremendous view is along the nave with the beautiful stone resplendent.
Beautiful site
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St. Michan's Church
#17 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Safe to say I've been to most sites there is to see in Dublin and this is one of my faves, Only 5e for a guided tour and the tour guide I have gotten a few times he is one of the best!
For those interested in church architecture, cemeteries, graveyards, and the like, St. Michan's is a must-see site on your visit to Dublin.
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Stag's Head Dublin
#18 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
We tucked in to this landmark pub for our last lunch before sadly making our way to the airport and what a perfect goodby it was.
A landmark pub in Dublin!
Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium
#19 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
... menu,amazing food & outstanding service,l remember we sat at table #6, very comfortable & a super view of the track & finish line,we had goats cheese,chicken wings & 2 delicious steaks, accompanied by 2 fine b...
A must for anyone who wants to experience the Irish passion for greyhound racing while enjoying tasty food and drinks in the restaurant with stunning views of the race track.
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Christ Church Cathedral
#20 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Christ Church Cathedral was founded in 1030 is definitely a worthy stop to view the cathedral’s exterior architecture, stunning interior and fascinating medieval crypt.
The tour guides are knowledgeable, the site is terrific, and the tour itself includes some amazing highlights.
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Aviva Stadium
#21 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Superb atmosphere and superb view of the whole pitch Best stadium for atmosphere I have been to Well done the IRISH
Just the easiest best organised stadium to get in and out of - great views from all seats and brilliant atmosphere.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
#22 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Home to burial sites of some of the greatest leaders in Dublin Ireland history including Sir Arthur Guinness St. Patrick's Cathedral is beautiful and awe inspiring.
Charming Medieval Cathedral where you find the full historic and see the beauty and appreciate the history and the famous - Jonathan swift is buried on the site.
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Merrion Square
#23 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Inside this little park was peace, abundant greenery of many types, birdsong, and sights of folks eating lunch or children playing.
We visited Dublin, Ireland in October, 2016 and made a point of going to Merrion Square which is centrally located in Dublin to a lot of interesting sites.
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Jam Art Factory
#24 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
I was recommended Jam Art by my daughter, just love your web-site.
I came across the website having seen a reference in a magazine...once on the site I was hooked.
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Samuel Beckett Bridge
#25 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
Love this new Bridge,great architecture, you can enjoy the views of the Liffey especially at night,brilliant it was Designed by Santiago Calatrava ,you can see the big ships in dock the many beautiful buildings bo...
It makes a wonderful background for photos also - and really is a landmark architectural edifice.
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Grafton Street
#26 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
The florists are there as savy as ever always ready to do a deal, If you want a good view from the inside go to cafe Macs and get the grandest pot of tea at incredible value.
Plenty of places to shop, musicians to enjoy, and beautiful sights to see!
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Monument to Oscar Wilde
#27 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
It is a beautiful statue of him which depending on the angle you view it looks different.
U can view from the bus stop
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Cliff Path Loop
#28 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
One of Dublin's best walks , required good footware as the sutface is uneven in parts, great views of Dublin Bay and the north county Dublin coast ,with luck you might spot the odd pod of dolphins.
We had a great afternoon enjoying the view of Howth harbor, the island, Ireland's Eye and Bailey's lighthouse.
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City Hall
#29 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
We visited here on the recommendation of a family friend.The building itself from an architectural point of view is stunning,the timeline display downstairs is very informative and gave us a great insight into Dub...
Well laid out and informative history of Dublin in an impressive building.Cafe on site.
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Collins Barracks
#30 of 299 Sights & Landmarks in Dublin
The only gripe I'd have & it is something I see in a lot of Irish museums & landmarks is the lack of other languages especially French, Spanish & German, when we travel abroad most places have the information in E...
Being able to view the boat from all angles was amazing!
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