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  • 21

    The Book of Kells

    26 reviews

    The Irish are so proud of this that you are sure to cause offense if you've come all the way to Dublin and have not seen this. Frankly speaking, I think you have to be Irish and feel a personal connection to the history in order to really be impressed by this exhibit. The book itself is quite small and ...

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  • 22

    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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  • 23

    Old Jameson Distillery

    25 reviews

    The tours run daily and tell you about the history of John Jameson. You learn about whiskey making process. There is a bar, restaurant and gift shop. It is a great attraction to visit.

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  • 24

    Phoenix Park

    21 reviews

    The park has many historic buildings and monuments. I suggest to rent a bike. It's largest park in Europe. Must visit the residence of the president of Ireland. It opens on Saturday for the public.

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  • 25

    Dublin Zoo

    22 reviews

    Not the best zoo I have ever been but its nice spot in Dublin to go and hang out for a bit on the nice day.

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  • 26

    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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  • 27

    The Brazen Head

    13 reviews

    Officially the oldest pub in Ireland - dating back to 1198 - beat that! Recent visitors have praised it for its food.

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  • 28

    Croke Park Stadium

    10 reviews

    had our graduation there....its a nice place to held this kind of occassion...the place is huge.

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  • 29

    Dublin Bus Tours

    12 reviews

    Dublin's own HOHO bus is a great choice to see the city in an elevated double decker. The bus route covers most of the tourists attractions in town as it offers two routes that stretches across the city.

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  • 30

    Aviva Stadium

    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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  • 31

    Famine Memorial

    8 reviews

    A memorial to the many people who lost their lives or left their homes as a result of the Great Potato Famine 1845-1849. Located along the Liffey River.

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  • 32

    National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    9 reviews

    Free museum with lots to see! I learned so much about the history of Ireland including about the early Viking settlements and how some Gaelic comes from Old Norse (including the word for beer!).

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  • 33

    Dublinia and The Viking World

    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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  • 34

    The Iveagh Gardens

    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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  • 35

    General Post Office

    10 reviews

    Not only a post office but also an important landmark that played an important part in the 1916 uprising. The building still bears the scars of this.

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  • 36

    Chester Beatty Library

    7 reviews

    It's worth a visit. The entrance is free. I recommend to eat outside the museum, expensive food in the museum coffee shop.

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  • 37

    Merrion Square Park

    6 reviews

    Great little park. On Sunday mornings local artists display their works for viewing and purchasing.

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  • 38

    The Stag's Head

    6 reviews

    Great atmosphere with a convenient location. A nice part of a pub crawl through Temple Bar.

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  • 39

    The Custom House

    8 reviews

    Beautiful 18th century building. It is lit up at night which is an impressive sight.

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  • 40

    RDS

    8 reviews

    Been here for the Web Summit on october 2012, great location and great event.

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