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Kilmainham & the Liberties
11 reviews
Founded in 1759, the Guinness Brewery is one of the world's most famous breweries, producing a distinctive dark stout. — Frommer's
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Kilmainham & the Liberties
10 reviews
One of Ireland's most infamous prisons for rebels including men, women and children.  — Atlas Obscura
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Grafton Street & Around
8 reviews
Sir Alfred Chester Beatty established one of the most beautiful collections of Islamic and Far Eastern art... part of it is permanently exhibited on the edge of the gardens of Dublin Castle. — Michelin Guide
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Grafton Street & Around
7 reviews
With Collins Barracks, this forms the setting for the collections of the National Museum and focuses on archaeological and Celtic items, including the remarkable Treasury. — Michelin Guide
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Grafton Street & Around
8 reviews
This lovely urban park is filled with public art, and there always seems to be something new and imaginative. — Frommer's
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Kilmainham & the Liberties
7 reviews
A popular venue to host many high profile concerts throughout the year. — Afar Magazine
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Grafton Street & Around
10 reviews
As seat and symbol of the British rule of Ireland for more than seven centuries, Dublin Castle figured largely in Ireland's turbulent history early in the 20th century. — Fodor's
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Grafton Street & Around
6 reviews
Not much remains of the original 12C church built close to the fountain (rediscovered in 1901) where the patron saint of Ireland is said to have baptised his first followers — Michelin Guide
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Grafton Street & Around
9 reviews
The National Gallery has one of Europe's best collections. — Michelin Guide
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South City Centre
9 reviews
More than 5,000 artifacts donated by the people of the city, plus a room entirely devoted to the band U2.  — Atlas Obscura
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Grafton Street & Around
6 reviews
The wonderful treasury includes some of the library's most important works including the extraordinary Book of Kells. — Michelin Guide
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Merrion Square & Around
8 reviews
This unusual museum is not just a museum of science and animals, it's also a museum of museums. — Frommer's
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Kilmainham & the Liberties
9 reviews
In the splendidly restored 17th-century edifice known as the Royal Hospital, the IMMA is frequently used as a venue for theatrical and musical events. — Frommer's
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North of the Liffey
5 reviews
As magnificent as any structure you'll see in Ireland. — Lonely Planet
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Grafton Street & Around
7 reviews
The Book of Kells is an illustrated Latin manuscript of the four Gospels, probably written in the early ninth century. — Afar Magazine
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Grafton Street & Around
7 reviews
This caged library, founded in 1701, is the real thing. Unlike Trinity College's Long Room, which is largely for show these days, Marsh's Library is still functioning. — Frommer's
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North of the Liffey
7 reviews
Also known as the Dublin City Gallery, this delightful and manageable contemporary art gallery is arguably the city’s finest art space. — Travel + Leisure
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North of the Liffey
7 reviews
Phoenix Park has something for everybody. — Afar Magazine
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North of the Liffey
9 reviews
This historic distillery–turned-museum is a temple to Jameson and an emporium for whiskey lovers of all sorts — Condé Nast Traveler
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North of the Liffey
5 reviews
James Gandon’s (1743–1823) masterpiece is a mammoth complex stretching 130m along Inns Quay, as fine an example of Georgian public architecture as there is in Dublin. — Lonely Planet
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