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  • 1

    The Guinness Storehouse

    106 reviews

    Visiting Dublin and not visit the Guinness Storehouse is like not visiting Ireland at all!! The Guinness Storehouse is a fantastically designed and entertaining exhibition of everything Guinness. The self guided tour is informative and the sweet ending is a pint at the panoramic penthouse bar. I tasted the freshest, most refreshingly delicious draft Guinness right here, at its home!

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  • 2

    Trinity College Dublin

    46 reviews

    It's a beautiful campus. Unfortunately the long library and thus the Book of Kells were closed for Christmas, and we missed seeing them.

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  • 3

    Kilmainham Gaol

    24 reviews

    My favorite of the tourist sights. A must-see explanation of Irish history and the struggle for independence coupled with a tour of Ireland's most famous jail. A guided tour is required so plan in advance to avoid being disappointed. During busy times, the tours sell out well in advance so you could end up waiting for a bit. There is ...

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  • 4

    Grafton Street

    46 reviews

    Maybe it was just the post-Christmas excitement, but it was a lot of fun to see everyone out and about. Mixed in with the shops are some of Dublin's oldest pubs, O'Donoghue's, Bruxellies, and McNeery,s.

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  • 5

    Temple Bar

    73 reviews

    This is a really fun place to drink. Conveniently located and great atmosphere. Can get touristed in summer but fine in the off-season.

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  • 6

    Trinity College Library

    35 reviews

    The inside of this library is gorgeous. More a museum / historical sight than a place to read a book. Absolutely stunning.

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  • 7

    National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    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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  • 8

    Dublin Castle

    29 reviews

    Fantastic place for a tour - learned so much and neat to see the old castle walls

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  • 9

    Old Jameson Distillery

    25 reviews

    As a fan of the whiskey, and especially the refreshing Jameson's, a visit here was like paying homage to my mecca. The tour is informative and interesting. There is a bar right here onsite (no kidding) and we had the most delicious and possibly most authentically made Irish coffee here. Cheers!

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  • 10

    The Stag's Head

    6 reviews

    Sunday and Monday nights are FREE comedy nights with local hilarious comedians. Make sure you get there early, because it's in the basement of the pub and it fills up quick!

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  • 11

    Temple Bar District

    7 reviews

    This is the heart and happening part of the city! The epitome of Irish bar culture! Walking up and down the streets of this little section of Dublin you'll be greated by the sounds of live music eminating from every bar and smiling faces singing and laughing and swigging from a pint of Irish beer! So much fun! :)

    Popular withLocalNightlifeTrendsters
  • 12

    The Book of Kells

    26 reviews

    Good and interesting i just wish it was more interactive, would have liked to take pictures w/flash

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  • 13

    Christ Church Cathedral

    26 reviews

    Stunning cathedral in central Dublin. Church of Ireland not Catholic which means Anglican rite. Interesting insight into the third player in Irish religious strife.

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  • 14

    National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

    4 reviews

    A terrific small collection of paintings. I saw new Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Vermeer, van Gogh, Rembrandt, Caravaggio, and tons of Irish artist I was previously unknown to me. I was disappointed that I missed the Turner exhibition, with was on the wall, but covered with brown paper, and roped off from the public, FRUSTRATING, as he is one of ...

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  • 15

    Dublin Visitor Centre

    2 reviews

    Went on a tour here! Great guide that walked us through the city. I love how they utilized an old church.

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  • 16

    The Palace Bar

    2 reviews

    Awesome low key pub near the temple bar. Great whiskey and beer/ale with terrific atmosphere and few tourists.

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  • 17

    St. Stephen's Green

    48 reviews

    Must be the most beautiful park in all of Dublin! Really nice place to enjoy natural surrounds inside the city. The park is beautifully designed!

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  • 18

    O'Donoghues Bar

    4 reviews

    Old school Dublin pub. I loved the atmosphere. A nice place to rest, have a pint, and recharge for further activities. It's conveniently on a side street right off Grafton Street shopping.

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  • 19

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    19 reviews

    Lovely church not unlike others you see in other parts of Europe. A nice place for a quick stop as part of a long walking tour.

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  • 20

    The Quays

    5 reviews

    A lively bar in the happening Temple Bar District in Dublin! Live music and a great place to grab a pint!

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