Top 10 Things to do in Dublin
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The Guinness Storehouse
Located in the heart of the St Jamesâs Gate Brewery, Guinness Storehouse is Irelandâs No. 1
Dublin tourist attraction. Our staff will be pleased to welcome you and bring alive a real segment of Irish history.
Built between 1208 and 1220, this complex represents some of the oldest surviving architecture in the city, and was the centre of English power in Ireland for over seven centuries until it was taken of by the Irish Free State in 1922.
Dublin Zoo is one of Ireland's top visitor attractions. There's a world of animals and a heap of surprises waiting for you at Dublin Zoo.
National Gallery at Merrion Square
The National Gallery holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art. Admission to the permanent collection is free.
Oscar Wilde in Merrion Square
Merrion Square is one of Dublin's largest and grandest Georgian squares. On three sides are Georgian Houses and on the other the garden of Leinster House, and two museums. Look out for the statue of Oscar Wilde reclining on the rock.
Powerscourt is a unique Centre where fashion, beauty, hair salons, antiques, jewellery, gifts, restaurants and cafes all can be found under one roof. The house as it stands today is one of the finest 18th century town mansions in Dublin.
Gallery of Photography
Since its inception in 1978 the Gallery of Photography has become Ireland's premier venue for photography. It has staged exhibitions with many of the major names in contemporary photography.
Chester Beatty Library
Described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Ireland, but one of the best in Europe, the Chester Beatty Library, Dublin is an art museum and library which houses the great collection of manuscripts, miniature paintings, prints, drawings, rare books and some decorative arts assembled by Sir Alfred Chester Beatty.
A Night at the Dog Track
Shelbourne Park the flagship greyhound stadium in the country is now widely considered as one of the leading night time entertainment venues in Dublin.
Dart to Dublinâs Coastal Suburbs
Beyond the city lies the popular and charming coastal suburbs of Dublin, which are served by the DART train from Howth in the north, to Bray in the south.