Please note that due to the impact of Covid-19, some local attractions may be temporarily closed or operate differently. For the most up-to-date information re regarding opening times, please refer to the websites of the individual attractions
Guinness StorehouseTemporarily closedLocated in Dublin city centre, a visit to the home of Guinness is a must!
Dublin ZooTemporarily closedSituated in the scenic setting of the Phoenix Park, a trip to the Zoo is an ideal day out for everyone.
National Aquatic CentreTemporarily closedEnjoy a day at one of Europe's most innovative water parks.
The Book of KellsTemporarily closedNestled in the long room in Trinity College, a visit to the Book of Kells should definitely be one of your top 10 things to see when in Dublin.
National Gallery of IrelandTemporarily closedLocated in Merrion Square, the gallery runs a number of exhibitions and collections annually.
Botanic GardensTemporarily closedPicturesque and located in the midst of the city centre, the beautiful setting of the Botanic Gardens is well worth a visit.
Christ Church CathedralTemporarily closedOver 1000 years old, this is one of Dublin’s oldest buildings. The detailed architecture and interior of the church will leave you feeling like you have walked back in time.
National Museum of IrelandTemporarily closedLocated 10 minutes’ walk from St. Stephens Green, this museum exhibits a large collection of animal and plant specimens. Admission is free.
Farmleigh HouseTemporarily closedCovering 78 acres, Farmleigh House features walled and sunken gardens, a working farm with a herd of Kerry Black cows and scenic lakeside trails.
Dublin CastleTemporarily closedDublin Castle is one of Ireland’s top visitor attractions. Situated just off Dame Street, the castle is a right in the heart of Dublin city centre.
Irish Museum of Modern ArtTemporarily closedThe Irish Museum of Modern Art was established in 1990 as Ireland’s first national institution for the presentation and collection of modern and contemporary art.