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  • 1

    Powerscourt House and Gardens

    11 reviews

    Visit Powerscourt Gardens, one of the world's greatest gardens, located only 20 minutes from Brittas Bay. Experience 47 acres of spectacular beauty and have lunch in the delicious 'Avoca' cafe overlooking the gardens. A great day out for all the family.

    Popular withFamiliesAdventureGreen
  • 2

    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
  • 3

    National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History

    4 reviews

    Yea, another free museum! And another good one, this museum kind of picks up where the archeology museum leaves off with the history of Ireland over the last few hundred years. There are two sections half the museum is decorative arts (textiles, furniture, silver ware, ect.) and the other half is the history mostly of the English occupation and rebellion ...

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  • 4

    Irish National War Memorial Park

    3 reviews

    This park was founded as a memorial to all the Irish soldiers who died in the two world wars. It is beautiful for a quiet stroll, close to Kilmainham Gaol, the IMMA and the Phoenix and made recent history with a visit from Queen Elizabeth.

    Popular withOutdoorBudgetFamilies
  • 5

    Farmleigh House

    3 reviews

    Lake side cafe, vegetable gardens or Sunday market Farmleigh is a very enjoyable place to spend a couple of hours.

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  • 6

    Glendalough

    3 reviews

    It is a mystic place surround by mountains. Incredible view over Guinness Lake.

    Popular withOutdoorGreenFamilies
  • 7

    Drimnagh Castle

    2 reviews

    Beautiful castle dates from 13th century. The castle was restored and it is replete with medieval ambient. Admission is only 4 euros. The guide tour is very friendly.

    Popular withBudgetLocalStudents
  • 8

    Dun Laoghaire Pier

    2 reviews

    Great place to walk along the pier. It's easily accessed with the Dart Station. On the summer day there is nothing better then looking out over Dublin bay.

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  • 9

    Avoca Handweavers Ltd

    2 reviews

    The oldest working woollen mill in Ireland is located in beautiful surroundings of Avoca, which is the village that posed as Ballykissangel! This and the other shops at Kilmancanogue and in Dublin (Suffolk Street - photo is of this shop) are great places to pick up lovely presents - soft wool rugs, beautiful clothes. The Kilmancanogue shop is an easy ...

  • 10

    Rathfarnham Castle

    2 reviews

    The castle is situated in the South of Dublin and it was built in 1583. Free admission. The Castle offers to the tourist an exhibition of 18th and 19th period costumes, dolls and toys from the Berkeley Collection.

    Popular withBudgetSpiritualFamilies
  • 11

    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.

    Popular withBudgetLocalBackpackers
  • 12

    O'Sheas

    2 reviews

    We were hungry after a long walk and stopped in for a great hearty meal. Both the Irish stew and the Irish burger were excellent! The best stew, with the biggest chunks of meat we had in Dublin.

    Popular withLocalFoodiesBudget
  • 13

    Howth Harbour

    1 review

    Howth Harbor is a working fishing harbor and has a large marina for recreational boating. The perfect place to visit outside of Dublin town. Except on a sunny Sunday in summer. It gets crowded with tourists.

    Popular withBudgetAdventureFamilies
  • 14

    Bray Beach

    1 review

    Bray beach is one of the top beach visitor attraction. It takes 40 minutes from Dublin town by train. There are several nice hotels and many good restaurants along the beach.

    Popular withOutdoorBackpackersGreen
  • 15

    Howth Harbour Lighthouse

    1 review

    The symbol of the Harbour. It can be seen from the grounds of the Martello Tower.

    Popular withOutdoorAdventureStudents
  • 16

    East Pier

    1 review

    Nice place for walk with full splendour of the harbour, the marina, and the working fishing pier can be enjoyed.

    Popular withBudgetBackpackersAdventure
  • 17

    LUAS Dublin Trains

    2 reviews

    The LUAS is a great way to get around central Dublin. It is good value, efficient and clean. There are only reo lines so navigating on it is very simple.

    Popular withBudgetLocalBackpackers
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    Bray Head

    1 review

    Howth Head is a beautiful walk during the sunny day. With its stunning panoramic views across Dublin Bay.

    Popular withOutdoorGreenAdventure
  • 20

    Giddy Goats Tours Ireland

    1 review

    Hi I'm James and I run a small adventure tour company in Ireland here's a little bit about it. Giddy Goats Tours gets you to some of the most beautiful locations of the "Emerald Isle" while immersing yourself in Irish culture (history, music, pubs, sporting events, scenery & local people). The tours focus on being flexible, great fun and outdoor ...

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