This vast castle complex founded in 1204 comprises of several buildings and yards that used to serve as a seat of the British government of…
This Gothic cathedral was constructed in 1191 as a Roman Catholic church and is actually the largest church in Ireland.
This is a must for every beer-lover in Dublin. Explore the brewery where the world-famous Guinness stout is made.
Trinity College is one of the world's top universities and also Ireland's oldest one.
Christ Church Cathedral is not only the formal seat of the archbishop of Dublin, it is also a magnificent example of religious architecture.
Phoenix Park is an urban park in Dublin, Ireland, lying 2–4 km west of the city centre, north of the River Liffey.
A large stone castle (with some of its parts dating back to the 12th century) surrounded with charming botanic gardens.
The Baily Lighthouse is a lighthouse on the southeastern part of Howth Head in County Dublin, Ireland.
Formerly one of the longest continuously inhabited mansions in the country it nowadays offers tours and serves as a nice venue for weddings.
Poolbeg Lighthouse in Dublin Bay was built in 1768 and initially operated on candlepower but changed to oil in 1786.
Sandymount Strand is a large strand on the east coast of Ireland, adjacent to the village and suburb of Sandymount in Dublin.
This castle is one of the few castles in the area that has been kept intact for several hundred years. Only guided visits are available.
Farmleigh is the official Irish State guest house. It was formerly one of the Dublin residences of the Guinness family.
The Irish Jewish Museum is a small museum located in the once highly Jewish populated area of Portobello, around the South Circular Road,…
Spend an unforgettable time in this traditional Irish pub eating and drinking while listening to live music and watching the Hooley Show.
Ye Olde Hurdy Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio is a museum of communication history based in the Martello tower in Howth, Dublin.
George Boole was a largely self-taught English mathematician, philosopher and logician, most of whose short career was spent as the first…
The James Joyce Tower and Museum is a Martello tower in Sandycove, Dublin, where James Joyce spent six nights in 1904.
Monkstown, historically known as Carrickbrennan, is a suburb in south Dublin, located in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland.
Rathfarnham Castle is a 16th-century fortified house in Rathfarnham, South Dublin, Ireland.
Ballyedmonduff Wedge Tomb is a wedge-shaped gallery grave and a National Monument in Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown, Ireland.