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Things to do for Outdoor Enthusiasts in Dublin 

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  • 41

    National Museum of Ireland - Natural History

    4.5
    5 reviews

    It is free entrance. The museum contains the nation's most significant collection of decorative arts, as well as myriad displays devoted to Ireland's social, political and military histories. It doesn't open on Mondays. It is access by Luas tram.

    Popular withStudentsDesignLocal
  • 42

    Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

    4
    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.

    Popular withLocalBudgetLGBT
  • 43

    The Dublin Mountains

    4.5
    5 reviews

    A short distance from the city (about 20 mins by car) and amazing views over Dublin Bay.

    Popular withBackpackersFamilies
  • 44

    O'connell street

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Lovely wide boulevard running down to central Dublin. Good shopping off the side streets, or so the wife thought. :) The hotel staff advised me to watch my wallet, but as someone used to NYC it seemed very safe to me.

    Popular withHistoryAdventureLocal
  • 45

    Irish Museum of Modern Art

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Housed in the old Royal Hospital Building so, quite apart from the art exhibitions, interesting from an architectural point of view as well.

    Popular withBudgetTrendsters
  • 46

    Farrington's

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Great live music, good prices and not so crowded as Temple Bar is used to be, so a great alternative. Also there's few places for going party arround so is a nice place to start the night's plan.

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  • 47

    Aras an Uachtaráin

    5
    4 reviews

    It is fascinating watching debates on issues that affect the entire country!

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  • 48

    O'Donoghues Bar

    5
    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.

    Popular withLocalHistoryFamilies
  • 49

    National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

    5
    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 ...

    Popular withLocalDesignBudget
  • 50

    James Joyce Tower and Museum

    4
    5 reviews

    The museum has a unique and wonderful collection of James.

    Popular withHistoryBudgetFamilies
  • 51

    The Cobblestone Pub

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Great venue for music lovers! Would recommend taking a trip when you're next in Dublin.

    Popular withNightlifeLocal
  • 52

    St. Michan's Church

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Very cool old church built on the foundations of an older Viking church. It is a relatively plain building, but due to the limestone used in construction has vaults that naturally mummified those buried beneath the church. You can check the vault on Saturdays.

    Popular withHistory
  • 53

    The Old Stand

    4.5
    4 reviews

    A great pub for a relaxing drink, full of friendly locals.

    Popular withAdventure
  • 54

    Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre

    4.5
    4 reviews

    It's worth the visit. The castle is small and excellent stop just outside of Dublin. The building is kept in good condition.

    Popular withHistoryLocalBackpackers
  • 55

    Olympia Theatre

    5
    3 reviews

    This is a must go to place to see a live gig in Dublin. Amazing old design theatre space. If any artist you like is playing here u must go

  • 56

    Glasnevin Cemetery

    5
    3 reviews

    With more than 1.1 million people occupying their final resting places, the Glasnevin Cemetery contains more souls than the current population of Dublin. From historical Ireland leaders to famed poets and civil rights activists, this hallowed ground is both beautiful and inspiring. Stroll through on your own or join an informative guided tour and don't forget to stop at the ...

    Popular withHistoryLocal
  • 57

    Samuel Beckett Bridge

    5
    3 reviews

    This dramatic shape gives the appearance of a harp. Take the opportunity to visit Jeanie Johnson ship. It's only 5 minutes from the bridge.

    Popular withBudgetLocalDesign
  • 58

    Gate Theatre

    5
    3 reviews

    If there were six stars, I would be giving The Gate this! In my humble opinion, the best theatre company in Dublin. An intimate theatre of character that shows brilliant plays. Try to book early as it is a small theatre and frequently gets sold out. A big advantage of this theatre is that you can park your car round ...

  • 59

    Moore Street Market

    4
    4 reviews

    The market on Moore Street is well worth the short detour from the attractions on O'Connell Street. They sell fruit and vegetables, flowers, fish, and black-market cigarettes. A point of etiquette: the vendors will yell at you if you try to choose your own fruit. Don't even try. If this bothers you, there's a Tesco up the way a bit.

    Popular withHistoryLocalVegetarian
  • 60

    Davy Byrne's Pub

    4.5
    3 reviews

    Featured in James Joyce's "Ulysses." It is an important site for annual June 16th (Bloomsday) festivities.

    Popular withNightlifeLocalDesign
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