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Sightseeing & Attractions in Dublin, Ireland

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City Sightseeing Open Top Bus Tour, Dublin

See the best of Dublin with the open-top sightseeing bus.

Gray Line's The Wicklow Mountains, Valleys & Lakes Tour

Let the experienced local guides take you on a journey of folklore, history, and fun. Visit the idyllic Wicklow village of Avoca and the stunning 6th-century monastic settlement of Glendalough.

The Coast & Garden Tour, Dublin

Enjoy a relaxed break from the city on this idyllic morning tour of Dublin and beyond.

Gray Line's The Dublin Bay & Castle Tour

Malahide, which means "on the brow of the sea", is a village nine miles north of Dublin. The castle, set on 250 acres of parkland, is close to the village and is built overlooking the bay.

Gray Line's The Newgrange Tour

As part of your experience of this ancient land your guide will lead you into the actual tombs of Newgrange (3000 B.C.).

Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle is situated in the very heart of historic Dublin. In fact the city gets its name from the Dubh Linn or Black Pool, on the site of the present Castle Gardens and Coach House.
Phone: 353 1 6458813


DUBLINS ONLY URBAN FARM amid an oasis of ornate gardens and stunning grounds, complimented by a delicious restaurant, and extensive cultural and educational programmes.
Phone: 01 298 4301

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Saint Patrick's is not however a museum, but a living building with services held every day of the year, and sung services on six days of the week.
Phone: 353 1 453 9472

Saint Mary’s Pro-Cathedral

The present church is built on a site which was part of the ancient monastic foundation.
Phone: 01 8745441

Christ Church Cathedral Dublin

The cathedral as it exists today is heavily Victorianised due to the extensive restorations and renovations.
Phone: 353 1 677 8099

Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle is very unique in Ireland because the Talbot family managed to keep control of the castle for 791 years. The Talbot family began their reign in 1185 and ended in 1976 despite a short i
Phone: 353 1 846 2184

National Museum of Ireland

Welcome to the National Museum of Ireland - the nation’s premier cultural institution and that with the strongest emphasis on Ireland’s art, material culture and natural history.
Phone: 353 1 6777444

The National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland houses the national collection of Irish art and European master paintings.
Phone: 353 1 661 5133

Lusk Heritage Centre

Lusk Heritage Centre comprises of a round tower, a medieval belfry and a 19th century church.

Dublin Zoo

More than 235 species of wild animals and exotic birds inhabit Dublin Zoo, a vast expanse within Phoenix Park. Created in 1830 and recently restored and extended, this zoo is the third-oldest in the w

Guinness Storehouse

The line of merchandise, exclusive to GUINNESS STOREHOUSE® is the ultimate memento of your visit.
Phone: 353 1 408 4800

Phoenix Park Visitor Centre

A lively and entertaining exhibition on the history and the wildlife of the Phoenix Park is on display in the Visitor Centre.
Phone: 353 1 677 0095

St. Stephen's Green

Probably Irelands best known Victorian public park.
Phone: 353 1 475 7816

Pearse Museum

Former school run by Patrick Pearse, now a museum in beautiful grounds.
Phone: 353 1 493 4208

Casino, Marino

Casino is located at Marino, just off the Malahide Road and only 3 miles north of the centre of Dublin.

Rathfarnham Castle

The date of the foundation of the Castle is uncertain, but recent research would suggest 1583 as the most likely date.
Phone: 353 1 493 9462

Dublin Garden Group

The Dublin Garden Group (DGG) consists of Ireland's most distinguished private gardens in the greater Dublin area.
Phone: 353 1 295 5884

National Botanic Gardens

These colourful gardens cover a total area of 19.5 hectares, part of which is the natural flood plain of the river Tolka. The gardens contain a large plant collection which includes approximately 20,0
Phone: 353 1 837 7596

St. Audoen's Church

Sited in the heart of the walled medieval city, St. Audoen's Church is the only remaining medieval parish church in Dublin. It is dedicated to St. Ouen the 7th century bishop of Rouen and patron saint

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