Leeson Bridge Guesthouse

1 Upper Leeson Street, Dublin D4, Ireland
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  • 1
    0.24 mi

    The Iveagh Gardens

    0.24 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    6 reviews

    A hidden gem. Located near to Stephen's green, it is almost a secret park and one which not many seem to know about. A lovely spot to sit a read your book, or to bring your lunch too. Less busy than Stephen's green, but still centrally located. Its a lovely, quiet little place to stop by.

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  • 2
    0.2 mi

    Royal Hibernian Exhibition Centre

    0.2 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    1 review

    A nice airy exhibition space with a variety of styles of sculpture, drawings and paintings. Exhibitions throughout the year on a regularly changing basis. Free entrance.

  • 3
    0.83 mi

    Temple Bar

    0.83 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    72 reviews

    Not to be a kill joy but there are lots of other proper Irish pubs in Dublin than the clap happy tripe that passes for Ireland in this place - shop around! Try the trad session in Cassidy's pub on Camden St on a Sunday evening if you're looking for somewhere with a genuine appreciation for Irish music.

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  • 4
    0.32 mi

    St. Stephen's Green

    0.32 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    47 reviews

    Seriously, this is the most beautiful place I visited during my short time in Dublin. Everything has its place and the park is well thought out. The colors in this park are mesmerizing. Sometimes, there is a man who comes and talks to the ducks.

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  • 5
    0.61 mi

    Trinity College Dublin

    0.61 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    45 reviews

    The premier university in Ireland and home to one of the oldest books in the world - the Book of Kells.

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  • 6
    0.57 mi

    Grafton Street

    0.57 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    46 reviews

    Great people watching and you're almost guaranteed to hear some great street music. I've heard anything from opera singers to salsa bands. It's also a good shopping lane with smaller lanes branching off to great restaurants and more shops.

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    0.76 mi

    Trinity College Library

    0.76 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    35 reviews

    Nice place to see, but not for too long. Plenty more things to do in town but be sure to pop in on your way.

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  • 8
    0.95 mi

    River Liffey

    0.95 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    38 reviews

    The Liffey river rises in County Wicklow and flows through Wicklow, Kildare and Dublin before entering the sea at Dublin Bay. You could spend a whole day walking along the Quays by the Liffey from the newly developed docklands area up to Phoenix Park, and occasionally detouring up little side streets. The Temple Bar district is very close. Cross the ...

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  • 9
    0.68 mi

    The Book of Kells

    0.68 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    26 reviews

    Reviewed this elsewhere but one of the most important manuscripts of its kind. Dates from the 9th century.

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  • 10
    0.92 mi

    Christ Church Cathedral

    0.92 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    25 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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    0.76 mi

    St. Patrick's Cathedral

    0.76 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    18 reviews

    The church was beautiful from the outside, but from the inside it was less impressive and small. However, it was still interesting and fun to go to service in Dublin’s most famous cathedral.

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  • 12
    0.91 mi

    The Ha'Penny Bridge

    0.91 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    12 reviews

    This cast iron pedestrian bridge was built in 1816, and features in many postcards of Dublin. It's official name "Liffey Bridge" is hardly every used, and the name Ha'Penny comes from the toll placed on crossing it for pedestrians, when it was first built. It was renovated in 2001 so hopefully it will survive another 200 years.

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  • 13
    0.98 mi

    Famine Memorial

    0.98 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    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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  • 14
    0.42 mi

    National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    0.42 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    9 reviews

    Fascinating museum about the archaeology of Ireland. Contains an impressive array of prehistoric and Viking items. Includes a large amount of Bronze Age Gold.

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  • 15
    0.92 mi

    Dublinia and The Viking World

    0.92 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    7 reviews

    For the Viking experience

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  • 16
    0.75 mi

    Chester Beatty Library

    0.75 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    7 reviews

    A free museum within the Dublin Castle complex that houses a large collection of illuminated religious texts. Definitely not up to the same status of the Book of Kells, but many really interesting artifacts and displays.

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  • 17
    0.83 mi

    Temple Bar District

    0.83 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    7 reviews

    Popular tourist attraction in Dublin north of the Liffey river. Old buildings with cobblestone roads make this attractive. Plenty of restaurants, entertainment, and bars here.

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  • 18
    0.46 mi

    Merrion Square Park

    0.46 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    6 reviews

    A statue of Oscar Wilde at Merrion Square park. No visit is complete to Dublin without a visit to Oscar's old neighbourhood. It's quite close to Government Buildings (Leinster House) and is a nice escape from the traffic.

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  • 19
    0.75 mi

    The Stag's Head

    0.75 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    6 reviews

    Great place, huge selection of alcohol :-)

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  • 20
    1.0 mi

    The Custom House

    1.0 mi from Leeson Bridge Guesthouse
    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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