The 18th century Ardgillan Castle & Demesne is set in spectacular parkland with magnificent views of the Irish Sea.
A “behind the scenes” guided tour of the Stadium, with 150 years of history, impressive architecture, and knowledgeable and entertaining tour guides.
The Chester Beatty Library’s exhibitions open a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world. Closed on Jan 1st
Christ Church Cathedral is Dublin’s oldest building, a leading visitor attraction and a place of pilgrimage for almost 1,000 years.
Explore Dublin’s most famous river and see the City from a completely different angle with City Kayaking Dublin
Discover Dublin and its many highlights with a DoDublin Hop-on Hop-off bus tour and listen to the best guides the City has to offer. Unlock Dublin’s top attractions and explore the City at your own pace.
The hop on,hop off City sightseeing tour is fantastic way to go sightseeing in Dublin
Stop at all of Dublin City’s great Attractions.
Dublin Castle is the heart of historic Dublin and and houses the magnificent State Apartments, part of the Viceregal court. Closed on Jan 1st
The Hugh Lane Gallery houses one of Ireland’s foremost collections of modern and contemporary Irish and international art. Closed on Jan 1st
Hop onto a pedal powered bus in which to see the sights of Dublin, pub/sightseeing, team building and musical sightseeing tour in a wacky way.
The Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin, home to four Nobel Prize winners.
Dublin Zoo is a fun filled, stimulating day out for all the family and a place to learn about wild animals.
Dublinia is history brought to life in an exciting way for all to engage, learn and share.
EPIC is an immersive experience located in Dublin’s Docklands. Be inspired to discover the stories of Irish emigration around the world.
At Experience Gaelic Games we give you the chance to learn more about and then play the unique Irish games of Hurling, Gaelic Football and Handball.
Croke Park is an iconic stadium that has been at the heart of Irish sporting and cultural life for over 100 years. Closed on Jan 1st
Glasnevin is Ireland’s largest cemetery where over 1.5 million people are buried including icons such as Daniel O’Connell and Michael Collins. Closed on Jan 1st
GPO Witness, located in the iconic GPO building on O’Connell Street, focuses on the 1916 rising and the aftermath of this rebellion. Closed on Jan 1st
Home to the world famous stout since 1759, you simply cannot leave Dublin without having paid a visit.
In just two hours this award-winning and entertaining tour explores the main features of Irish history. Closed on Jan 1st
IMMA, housed in the 17th century Royal Hospital building, is an artistic gem with its extensive collection of modern and contemporary art.
The Irish Rock‘N’Roll Museum Experience is a behind the scenes tour of one of Dublin’s top music venues and recording studios.
Journey back through time in a historic setting. This interactive ultra-modern museum will unveil the intriguing tale of Irish whiskey.
The James Joyce Tower holds a museum devoted to the life and works of James Joyce.
The new look Jameson Distillery Bow St creates unforgettable experiences (along with great whiskey, of course).
Dublin’s Kilmainham Gaol held some of the most famous political and military leaders in Irish history.
One of Dublin’s most-loved museums, the Little Museum of Dublin on St Stephen’s Green tells the amazing story of the Irish Capital.
Malahide Castle, set on 250 acres of park land, was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years.
The National Gallery, a short stroll from Trinity College and Merrion Square, contains over 12,000 pieces of art representing numerous artists.
Set in Glasnevin, the National Botanic Gardens are a botanic haven within the bustling capital City.
National Leprechaun Museum takes visitors deep into Celtic culture to discover what lies behind tales of leprechauns, rainbows and pots of gold.
Walk into the National Museum of Ireland and you are magically transported back in time to see famous celtic artefacts. Closed on Jan 1st
The National Museum housed at Collins Barracks charts Ireland’s economic, social, political and military progress through the ages. Closed on Jan 1st
The National Museum of Ireland-Natural History, on Merrion Street in Dublin, has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas. Closed on Jan 1st
The National Transport Museum of Ireland, in Howth, is Ireland’s only comprehensive assembly of public and commercial road transport.
Whether young or old, a culture vulture or fun seeker, The National Wax Museum Plus is the ultimate entertainment experience for all.
Pat Liddy’s Walking Tours of Dublin offers scheduled and private walking tours of Dublin by historian Pat Liddy’s team of professional guides. Closed on Dec 31st
The Pearse Lyons Distillery at St. James is history in the remaking and is a new chapter for The Liberties, Dublin. Closed on Jan 1st
A lively and entertaining exhibition on the history and wildlife of the Phoenix Park is on display in the Visitor Centre. Closed on Jan 1st
Rathfarnham Castle is an Elizabethan period fortified house built for the Archbishop-Chancellor Adam Loftus in 1583. Closed on Jan 1st
Built between 1220 and 1260 St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the few buildings left from the medieval City of Dublin.
The Teeling Distillery is located in the heart of the City giving visitors a unique and genuine experience of Irish whiskey distilling.