EPIC Ireland

EPIC Ireland, is Dublin’s new Irish diaspora museum that celebrates the unique global journey of the Irish people and how they changed the world. It uses state-of-the-art technology to deliver incredible visual stories with a high level of interactivity. EPIC Ireland brings to life a… Read more

New Stop at Teelings Whiskey Distillery, Newmarket!

Get on board at yet another convenient hop-on hop-off stop on our extensive all-in-one sightseeing tours of Dublin City! Cityscape are pleased to announce that we are adding a new stop to our Sightseeing Tours of Dublin. From Thursday March 31st, our tours will stop… Read more

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 was built, there were several ferries, run by a William Walsh that would transport people from one side of the Liffey to the… Read more

Dublin Tourism Centre

The Dublin Tourism Centre is located in the beautifully restored premises of the former St. Andrew’s Church, making it a most unique setting for a Tourist Office. Just off Grafton Street on the neighbouring Suffolk Street, the centre is based in the heart of Dublin…. Read more

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 the most popular sights to see in Dublin, summer days in the park can be spent idling away on the nine elegantly landscaped… Read more

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 city’s newest gallery offers a refreshingly lively and informative exploration of the relationship between science, art and the world we live in. The… Read more

The RDS

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…. Read more

Phoenix Park

Phoenix Park covers over 700 hectares and is now the largest urban park in Europe. It was originally formed as a royal hunting park in the 1660s but was opened to the public in 1747. With such a huge space, there are a number of… Read more