National Museum of Ireland

The National Museum of Ireland – Archaeology opened in 1890 and is located on Kildare Street. It houses displays on prehistoric Ireland, including early work in gold, church treasures and the Viking and medieval periods. [read more]

National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland first opened its doors to the public in January 1864. Its collection boasts 2,500 paintings and approximately 10,000 other works in different media including watercolors, drawings, prints and sculpture. The [read more]

Phoenix Park

The Phoenix Park is one of the largest walled city parks in Europe and is home to the magnificent residences of the Irish President and the Ambassador of the United States. Its 11 kilometre perimeter [read more]

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Built between 1220 and 1260 in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, St Patrick’s Cathedral is the national Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and is a popular tourist attraction. Visitors can learn about the building’s [read more]

Christchurch Cathedral

Founded in 1030, Christchurch Cathedral is one of Dublin’s oldest and most recognised landmarks. The Cathedral displays a unique range of manuscripts, historic artefacts and spectacular examples of gold and silverware and also holds a [read more]

Temple Bar

Temple Bar is an area on the south bank of the River Liffey in central Dublin which has preserved its medieval street pattern. It is Dublin’s cultural quarter and its narrow cobbled streets are lined [read more]

Old Jameson’s Distillery

Located on the original site of John Jameson’s distillery on Bow Street, The Old Jameson Distillery was founded in 1780 and was Ireland’s most famous distillery for nearly 200 years until its closure in 1971 [read more]

Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse was originally built in 1904 to house the Guinness fermentation process. In 2002 the Guinness Storehouse was reopened at the historic St James’s Gate and it has become Dublin’s leading tourist attraction. [read more]