What to See

Seeing is believing

From giant needles to ancient manuscripts, the distinctly diverse city of Dublin has a unique landmark and cultural hub at every turn. Museums and tours bring its story to life, statues provide handy meeting points and parks create quiet escape from the map-wielding throngs. Cleverly conceal our handy pocket maps about your person, then subtly glance at them every so often to keep you in the right track. You may be a visitor but, with a bit of skill and dexterity, you could just blend in with the locals.

My Goodness, It's Guinness

Cathedrals & Churches


Cultural venues

Dublin Castle

Dublin Zoo

Historic Buildings

Irish National Stud and Japanese Gardens

This bastion of equine excellence is much more than a pilgrimage for horse racing enthuiasts. Four attractions: the Irish National Stud, Japanese Gardens, Saint Fiachra's Garden and the Horse Museum combine to make this a great day-trip option for city-breakers craving the country life. Read our individual listings to find out more.
Admission: Adult €12.50, Seniors Citizen/Student €9.50, U-16 €7, U-5 Free, 2+4 €29.50. Prices include all four attractions. 

Open: Mon-Sun (from Feb-Nov) 09:30 - 18:00.
Last entry 17:00.

Landmarks & Monuments

Libraries & Archives

A little bit of history repeating itself

As befits the land of saints and scholars, Ireland's capital city has a great selection of cultural artefacts covering every aspect of its celebrated history. Let no stone remain unturned as you seek out the city's finest collections and curiosities.

Old Jameson Distillery

Forty shades of green

A lot of parks in Dublin are closed each evening according to Daylight Hours. As these change every month, here’s a reminder so you never get locked in!

Feb & Nov 17:00
March-Oct 18:00
Dec-Jan 16:00

The Dublin Pass

Dublin By Bike

Trinity College Dublin

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