Dublin

Dublin

Discover Dublin, Ireland’s Hip & Historic Capital

Immerse yourself in this iconic capital’s historic and cultural attractions. Whether you’re fascinated by Dublin’s rich past or its vibrant present, you are sure to fall in love with the true character of Dublin City. Here are just some of the attractions that you might enjoy:

Guinness Storehouse & The Sky Bar

The “black stuff” is synonymous with Dublin, making the Guinness Storehouse the perennial favourite among all of the capital’s attractions. Discover the history and culture of Ireland’s most iconic beer, before enjoying breath-taking views of Dublin from the Gravity Bar while enjoying a perfect pint.

Kilmainham Gaol

A prison might not sound like the most appealing places to visit, but Kilmainham Gaol is a window into Ireland’s revolutionary past. Opened in 1796 as the new County Gaol for Dublin, it has come to symbolise the spirit of Irish nationalism from the 1798 rebellion to the Irish Civil War of 1922-23. It closed its doors to prisoners in 1924, but it offers fascinating tours for visitors.

Dublin Castle

Set in the heart of Dublin City, Dublin Castle was the seat of English (and then British) rule in Ireland from 1204 until 1922. It is well worth taking a guided tour of the castle for some fascinating insights into the past, taking you from the excavation site of Viking and medieval Dublin to the Gothic Chapel Royal and finally to the magnificence of the former viceregal State Apartments.

Christchurch Cathedral

Dating back to Viking times, Christchurch Cathedral anchors medieval Dublin. Renowned for its architecture and stunning floor tiles, it is home to the famous 12th Century crypt, which is one of the oldest and biggest in Britain and Ireland. It was founded in 1030 by the Norse King Sitric, incorporated into the Irish Church in 1152, and ultimately led by Dublin’s patron saint, Laurence O’Toole.

Trinity College​

One of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland and Ireland’s oldest surviving university, Trinity College is steeped in history. Visit the Long Hall and the world-famous Book of Kells, a stunningly illuminated manuscript of the Gospels dating back to 800 A.D.

Guinness Storehouse & The Sky Bar

The “black stuff” is synonymous with Dublin, making the Guinness Storehouse the perennial favourite among all of the capital’s attractions. Discover the history and culture of Ireland’s most iconic beer, before enjoying breath-taking views of Dublin from the Gravity Bar while enjoying a perfect pint.

Kilmainham Gaol

A prison might not sound like the most appealing places to visit, but Kilmainham Gaol is a window into Ireland’s revolutionary past. Opened in 1796 as the new County Gaol for Dublin, it has come to symbolise the spirit of Irish nationalism from the 1798 rebellion to the Irish Civil War of 1922-23. It closed its doors to prisoners in 1924, but it offers fascinating tours for visitors.

Dublin Castle

Set in the heart of Dublin City, Dublin Castle was the seat of English (and then British) rule in Ireland from 1204 until 1922. It is well worth taking a guided tour of the castle for some fascinating insights into the past, taking you from the excavation site of Viking and medieval Dublin to the Gothic Chapel Royal and finally to the magnificence of the former viceregal State Apartments.

Christchurch Cathedral

Dating back to Viking times, Christchurch Cathedral anchors medieval Dublin. Renowned for its architecture and stunning floor tiles, it is home to the famous 12th Century crypt, which is one of the oldest and biggest in Britain and Ireland. It was founded in 1030 by the Norse King Sitric, incorporated into the Irish Church in 1152, and ultimately led by Dublin’s patron saint, Laurence O’Toole.

Trinity College​

One of the seven ancient universities of Britain and Ireland and Ireland’s oldest surviving university, Trinity College is steeped in history. Visit the Long Hall and the world-famous Book of Kells, a stunningly illuminated manuscript of the Gospels dating back to 800 A.D.

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