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Popular Attractions in Dublin

If you're a first time visitor to Dublin, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a local neighborhood could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but it may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about attractions in Dublin.

What are some good attractions in Dublin?

Here are some of the most recommended attractions in Dublin.

Guinness Storehouse
St James's Gate Dublin, Ireland
Rathgar Rd County Dublin, Ireland
Trinity College
Kilmainham Gaol
2 Inchicore Road Dublin City, County Dublin

(01) 453 5984
Dublin Castle
Dame St Ireland

(01) 645 8800
15 S William St Dublin, Ireland
Phoenix Park
Parkgate St Dublin, Ireland
National Gallery of Ireland
Merrion Square West Dublin, Ireland
Iveagh Gardens
Clonmel St Dublin, Ireland
Oliver St John Gogarty
58 Fleet St, Temple Bar Dublin, Ireland
Merrion Square Park
Páirc Chearnóg Mhuirfean Dublin, Ireland
North Bull Island
North Bull Island Nature Reserve, Dollymount Dublin, Ireland
The Dawson Lounge
25 Dawson St Dublin, Ireland
Leo Burdock's
2 Werburgh St Dublin, Ireland
Gate Theatre
Cavendish Row Dublin, Ireland

(01) 874 4045


Here's what Trippy members had to say about attractions:

"A lot of visitors to Dublin like to visit Christ Church Cathedral Guinness Storehouse Trinity College Dublin Castle National Gallery of Ireland Irish Museum of Modern Art Dublin Writers Museum Collins Barracks"  See More

"You have a lot of thing to do but in two days i will do this: Guinness Storehouse, Christ Church Cathedral, Howth small city far 25 minutes from Dublin and Trinity College."  See More

Trinity College is also worth a look and a photo or two."  See More

"I finally got out to Kilmainham Gaol and Glasnevin Cemetery (both must-sees."  See More

"in Dublin visit *Dublin Castle* Old Library- this is the most beautiful book in THE WORLD !"  See More

"There are some really good pubs a little off the beaten path, where you will for sure meet Dublin people: Grogan's The Palace Bar Mulligan's are great places to go for Guinness and a chat."  See More

"It's a small compact city with a big park on North and South sides: Phoenix Park and St Stephen's Green both worth a walk through."  See More

"  The Mont Clare hotel is a 10 minute walk from Grafton St and close to the National Gallery of Ireland  "  See More

"the Drury Court on Stephen Street Upper, the Travelodge on Mercer Street Lower, the Dawson on Dawson St, the Central on Drury Street and several others around Iveagh Gardens"  See More

"This leaves from upstairs at Oliver St John Gogarty’s pub, corner of Fleet St."  See More

"There are also a lot of nice parks, like St Anne's Park & Rose Gardens, Merrion Square Park, Iveagh Gardens and Phoenix Park."  See More

"The North Bull Island is on your way, it's a great place to take a walk."  See More

"Or try the smallest pub in Ireland - The Dawson Lounge."  See More

"Among the best chippers are Leo Burdock's on Werburgh Street, Roma 2 on Wexford (open until 5:00am) and Bestoff (with locations on Westmoreland and Upper O'Connell) which has a one of biggest selections of fish I've ever seen."  See More

"Orson Welles, James Mason and Michael Gambon all started their acting careers in Dublin's Gate Theatre Many famous actors have starred in plays there: Ralph Fiennes, John Hurt, Frances McDormand, Liam Neeson, Stephen Rea to name but a few!"  See More

Where can I find out more about Dublin?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from Dublin locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Dublin.

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