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Aviva Stadium

62 Lansdowne Road, Dublin 4, Ireland
10 reviews

It's a new stadium in Dublin. It's easy to get there by train and bus. It's absolutely nice to visit inside. There are many restaurants near to the stadium.

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    2.23 mi

    Old Jameson Distillery

    2.23 mi from Aviva Stadium
    24 reviews

    A museum about the distillation of Whiskey based in the Old Distillery. A free sample is given out at the end of the tour and you need to be quick off the mark to take place in the sampling.

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  • 22
    1.88 mi

    Christ Church Cathedral

    1.88 mi from Aviva Stadium
    25 reviews

    One of the oldest (and prettiest) cathedrals in Ireland and houses Strongbow's tomb, a creepy crypt, and the preserved bodies of a cat and mouse trapped in an organ.

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  • 23
    1.68 mi

    The Spire of Dublin

    1.68 mi from Aviva Stadium
    28 reviews

    Something old & something new. The Spire is 398 ft high and was constructed in 2002/2003. The General Post Office aka the G.P.O was built in 1818. It was heavily damaged during the Easter Rising of 1916, and if you look closely enough at the outer columns, you can still see some bullet-marks..

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  • 24
    1.83 mi

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    1.83 mi from Aviva Stadium
    18 reviews

    Of course Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin is one of the main tourist attractions! Unfortunately there is a charge to get inside a church.

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  • 25
    2.1 mi

    The Brazen Head

    2.1 mi from Aviva Stadium
    13 reviews

    One of Dublin's oldest pubs in Dublin. It is certainly cool to have a beer in a place as old as the Brazen Head, but because of its fame it is probably not the best place to go if you want to get a good feel on local/neighborhood pub culture

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  • 26
    2.08 mi

    Croke Park Stadium

    2.08 mi from Aviva Stadium
    10 reviews

    Family name, so I had to go see it!

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  • 27
    1.72 mi

    Dublin Bus Tours

    1.72 mi from Aviva Stadium
    12 reviews

    good fun, a real experience

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  • 28
    1.66 mi

    The Ha'Penny Bridge

    1.66 mi from Aviva Stadium
    12 reviews

    Really pretty walking bridge right in the center of the city. It's an arched, white bridge, great for a beautiful walk across the river.

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  • 29
    1.27 mi

    Famine Memorial

    1.27 mi from Aviva Stadium
    8 reviews

    They seem lifelike and sad. The memorial portrays several lost and despairing people wandering down the quay, perhaps to load onto a trip to America or Canada.

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  • 30
    1.17 mi

    National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    1.17 mi from Aviva Stadium
    9 reviews

    This was the family's favorite museum. The exhibits were well laid out. We learned a lot of history. My wife really enjoyed the old jewelry and gold. The kids love the interactive computer exhibits. I thought the viking and medieval stuff was first rate. It made all of us happy, and best of all it was free.

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  • 31
    1.9 mi

    Dublinia and The Viking World

    1.9 mi from Aviva Stadium
    7 reviews

    It is a Viking museum across from Christ Church Cathedral in Dublin. I really enjoyed it since I learned a lot about my Norwegian and Swedish ancestors. We had a lot of fun at the museum since it was very interactive and had movies and different sets to play in.

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  • 32
    1.37 mi

    The Iveagh Gardens

    1.37 mi from Aviva Stadium
    6 reviews

    Most Dubliners don't know about this public park. It's about five minutes from the beautiful but crowded St. Stephen's Green. On a warm day you'll see people sunbathing and eating lunch on the grass. The last time I was there I noticed that some people will nod knowingly at you, a gesture of the sort you'd expect to see from ...

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  • 33
    1.66 mi

    General Post Office

    1.66 mi from Aviva Stadium
    10 reviews

    The General Post Office was the headquarters for the Easter Uprising in 1916, during the time the Irish Free State was asserting its independence. There's an original Proclamation of the Irish Republic inside. You can still see the damage from British bullets in the original columns at the entrance. And, it's a working post office.

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  • 34
    1.62 mi

    Temple Bar District

    1.62 mi from Aviva Stadium
    7 reviews

    It's not just pubs! Plenty of shopping, great restaurants, and the inevitable tourist traps (but those are easy to avoid).

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  • 35
    1.7 mi

    Chester Beatty Library

    1.7 mi from Aviva Stadium
    7 reviews

    Welll worth a visit, situated in Dublin Castle.

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  • 36
    1.59 mi

    The Stag's Head

    1.59 mi from Aviva Stadium
    6 reviews

    Great place, huge selection of alcohol :-)

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  • 37
    1.3 mi

    The Custom House

    1.3 mi from Aviva Stadium
    8 reviews

    The Custom House opened for business in 1791. It cost £200,000 to build and was almost destroyed during the War of Independence in 1921. James Gandon was the architect, and this fine neoclassical building, now houses the Department of the Environment.

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  • 38
    1.57 mi

    Oliver St John Gogarty Bar

    1.57 mi from Aviva Stadium
    8 reviews

    worst pub in Dublin. a rip off as well. €13.80 for 2 pints of Coors. avoid like all locals do.

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  • 39
    1.85 mi

    The Church Bar & Restaurant

    1.85 mi from Aviva Stadium
    5 reviews

    The venue is memorable. An old church that was re-purposed as a restaurant/bar. So, you have the grand architecture and sweeping open spaces of an old Irish church while the layout creates intimate tables for patrons. The menu offered some outstanding items but also included some mediocre ones. Overall, well worth the trip.

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  • 40
    1.46 mi

    Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

    1.46 mi from Aviva Stadium
    6 reviews

    It's really beautiful inside. I liked the architecture. Great variety of shops. You pay to use the toilet. The wifi is very poor.

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