Dublin's Tourist Attractions
In this board, you will find the best visitor attractions in our great city!
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One of the best known whiskeys hailing from Ireland is Jameson, established in 1780. Take a trip to the Old Jameson Distillery in Smithfield to learn about the history, brewing process and sample a drop for yourself to discover what truly makes Jameson stand out from the crowd! #LoveDublin
This historic site gives the visitor a dramatic and realistic insight into what it was like to have been confined in one of these forbidding bastions of punishment and correction between 1796 when it opened and 1924 when it closed and offers a panoramic insight into some of the most profound, disturbing and inspirational themes of modern Irish history.
Samuel Beckett Bridge, Dublin, IRE. This wonderful bridge, which is crossed on the Docklands Tour route, links the northside and southside of the city over the River Liffey in the Docklands. The central axis of the bridge is aligned with Guild Street on the northern side of the River Liffey and ot will cross the river at right angles to connect with Sir John Rogerson's Quay at a location approximately 70 metres west of Cardiff Lane. #LoveDublin #DublinNow
“The Fools, the Fools, the Fools! – they have left us our Fenian dead – And while Ireland holds these graves, Ireland unfree shall never be at peace.” This Friday 15th March sees the start of our Re-enactments of the famous oration delivered by Padraig Pearse at O’Donovan Rossa’s grave, everyday then on at 2.30pm.
The National Wax Museum Plus is an exciting, new, interactive visitor attraction, located on Foster Place, just off Dame Street, in the Temple Bar district at the heart of Dublin city centre. The museum is housed in the historic landmark Armoury Building, previously the home of Ireland’s bullion and arms stores. The National Wax Museum is four floors of discovery, interaction and exhibition and offers a museum experience unlike any other.