Things to Do In Dublin

The pembrokeshire Estate area of dublin home to the best georgian architecture in ireland

Pembroke Estate

Pembroke Estate Pembroke Estate had been in the hands of the Norman Fitzwilliam family since the middle ages, when it was known as the Fitzwilliam Estate. It extended from modern Merrion Square to the foothills of the Dublin Mountains. After the construction of Leinster House in the 1740s it began to be developed, and Merrion …

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Dublins Iveagh Gardens with the Water Falls, Fountain and people enjoying the sun

Iveagh Gardens

Iveagh Gardens Iveagh Gardens is one of the least known areas in Dublin. It is 300 years old, and locals have strived to maintain the integrity and attributes of this historical site. On your next visit to Dublin in, be sure to visit this attraction. Location Iveagh Gardens is located in Dublin city centre between …

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dUBLINS Temple Bar District with the Temple Bar Pub

Temple Bar

Temple Bar Dublin’s Cultural and Creative corner, Temple Bar is famous for its eclectic mix of lively nightlife, clubs, bars, galleries and concert venues, the area has become a hugely popular attraction full of things to do in Dublin for tourists and locals alike. The city centre location just off Dame Street running parallel with …

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The RDS Arena lit up at night for a rugby match-2


The Royal Dublin Society One of the many entertaining things to do in Dublin is to visit the RDS on Merrion Road. The RDS is a philanthropic society that is over 280 years old. The society was established in 1731 to enhance the cultural and economic development of Ireland. The aims of the RDS focuses …

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The Mansion House Dublin in The Sunshine

Mansion House

Mansion House The Mansion House is the official residence of Dublin’s first citizen, the Lord Mayor, and is one of the city’s finest and most historic buildings. The residence was designed by Joshua Dawson, whom the street is named after, and construction began in 1705. Originally intended to be a townhouse for Dawson, he seldom …

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Dublin Grafton Street With Crowds Shopping

Grafton Street

Grafton Street Grafton Street is the premier up-market shopping street in Dublin. Running from Stephen’s Green in the south to College Green in the north, Grafton Street is one of the busiest streets in Ireland and one of Dublin’s most prominent shopping districts. The street is named after Henry Fitzroy, 1st Duke of Grafton, the …

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Dublins Viking Heritage centre Dublinia


Dublinia is a heritage centre in the heart of Dublin City. Located at the crossroads of St Michael’s Hill, Patrick St, and High Street, Dublinia is fast becoming one of the top attractions to see in Dublin city with almost 125, 000 visitors a year. There are three exciting and interactive exhibitions to be seen …

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O’Connell Street Dublin from the Bridge looking towards the postoffice and cLEARys

O’Connell Street

O’Connell Street Ireland’s widest and premier street, every visitor has to see O’Connell Street while visiting Dublin- in fact people would be hard pressed to miss the main thoroughfare of Dublin. The street is the centre of Dublin and is a busy shopping district. The pathways are full of retail stores and the middle of …

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