Things To Do In Dublin

Discover the best things to do in Dublin Ireland to help plan your trip! See Dublin’s hidden attractions, unusual places, and Instagram-worthy spots

By Colin Manson

Dublin, Ireland, is known for its colourful doorways, charming streets, historic architecture, live music and of course its nightlife. Here are some of the best things to do in Dublin on your visit!

Irelands Capital has so many attractions that it’s sometimes hard to decide what to visit first. Here we have a number of guides to the best the city has to offer will help you plan an amazing trip.

As one of the worlds most historically important cities, Ireland’s capital packs enough culture, art and craic to filln the longest of itinerary and still leave you wanting more. Dublin is almost entirely walkable or cyclkable. Despite being home to some of the biggest corpoartuioons in the world, Dublin retains a small-town feel that never fails to charm visitors. Here are some of the best nooks and crannies that weve found so far.

Richmond Barracks Dublin at night with uplights and the restored cupploa
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Richmond Barracks

The fallout of the Easter Rising didn’t all happen at Kilmainham Gaol. In the nearby neighbourhood of Inchicore, over 3,000 rebels—men and women—were held at

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The Aviva Stadium or Old Lansdowne Road Dublin bEFORE AN INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL MATCH
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Aviva Stadium

Aviva Stadium The Aviva Stadium is a stunning and modern 51,700 capacity sports stadium located on Lansdowne Road in Dublin 4. The sports arena is

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The Guinness Store House and Guinness Factory St James Gate Dublin
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Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse Located in the heart of Dublin’s St James’s Gate Brewery, Guinness Storehouse is Ireland’s number one tourist attraction.  Since opening in November 2000,

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The Dublin Tourism Centre-2
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Dublin Tourism Centre

Dublin Tourism Centre The Dublin Tourism Centre is located in the heart of Dublin just off Grafton Street on the neighbouring Suffolk Street, beside the

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Christ Church Cathedral Dublin-2
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Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral Towering over Dublin on its hilltop location with its Romanesque style and magnificent flying buttresses, Christ Church is undoubtedly the most photogenic

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

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

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dUBLINS Temple Bar District with the Temple Bar Pub
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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

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

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

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The Mansion House Dublin in The Sunshine
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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

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Dublin Grafton Street With Crowds Shopping
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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,

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Dublins Viking Heritage centre Dublinia
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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

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

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Dublin Castle Looking over lavendar plants and the castle gardens
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Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle Originally built in the 13th century on a site previously settled by the Vikings, Dublin Castle had functioned as a military fortress, a

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Bord Gais Energy Theatre Dublin Lit up at night in red green and blue
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Bord Gais Energy Theatre

Bord Gais Energy Theatre Ireland’s largest and premier theatre, the Bord Gais Energy Theatre is a 2,111-capacity auditorium which opened on 18 March 2010. A combination of

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Halpenny or hapenny Bridge over the river liffey in Dublin
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The Hapenny Bridge

The Ha’penny Bridge The Ha’penny Bridge, officially named the Liffey Bridge, is a pedestrian bridge built in 1816 over the River Liffey. Before the bridge

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Dublins Pubs The Oliver St John Gogarty Bar
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A Day In Dublin

A Day in Dublin For such a relatively small city, Dublin has a vast array of attractions and things to see. The city is over

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Dublin Zoo main Gates
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Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo Dublin Zoo is much more than a fun-filled, stimulating day out for all the family… it’s a place to learn about wild animals,

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Dublins Collins Barracks with Rainbow in the wet
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Collins Barracks

Collins Barracks One of the most interesting and informative things to do in Dublin, the National Museum of Ireland is a must see. Originally the

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Dublins Science Gallery Glass Front Doors with sign
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The Science Gallery

The Science Gallery The Science Gallery is a public science centre at Trinity College, Dublin. Opened in 2008 and housed in Trinity’s Naughton Institute, the

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St Stephens Green dUBLIN - looking out over the pond and pathway
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St Stephens Green

St. Stephen’s Green St. Stephen’s Green is Ireland’s best known Victorian public park and Europe’s biggest square, and is open to the public. One of

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Merrion Square Dublin
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Merrion Square

Merrion Square: Its Features and History Merrion Square is a wondrous Georgian garden square located in the heart of Dublin. It’s one of the most

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Dublins Archeological Museum
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Archaeology Museum

Archaeology Museum – The National Museum of Ireland The National Museum of Ireland is dedicated to the showcasing of Irish Art, Culture and natural History.

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