1O Things To Do In Dublin

Dublin holds a special place in my heart as it is my hometown. I used to spend a lot of time here, visiting at least once a week and it always brought me joy. The city has something for everyone, from its vibrant nightlife to its many tourist and family-friendly attractions. It’s no wonder that Dublin is a popular destination for visitors.

Visit Trinity College

Trinity College is a renowned and storied institution in Ireland, established in 1592. Boasting a rich history and many notable alumni, it is a must-see destination for visitors. The highlight of a visit to Trinity College is the Book of Kells, a beautifully illuminated manuscript containing the four Gospels of the New Testament. Considered a masterpiece of medieval art, it is on display in the Old Library. Along with viewing the Book of Kells, visitors can take a tour of the historic buildings on campus and gain insight into the university’s rich history.

Explore Guinness Storehouse

A visit to the Guinness Storehouse is a must for any beer enthusiast. Situated at the core of the renowned Guinness Brewery in Dublin, it offers an interactive and in-depth experience that explores the history and production of Guinness. As you move through the different levels of the storehouse, you’ll discover the brewing method, the history of the brewery and the family. The Tasting Room is the where you can taste different varieties of Guinness and learn about the flavors and aromas. The tour concludes at the Gravity Bar, where you can savor a pint of Guinness while taking in the breathtaking views. This is the ideal way to end the tour and unwind after learning about the history of Guinness.

St Stephen’s Green

St. Stephen’s Green is a beautiful public park in the heart of Dublin. It offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city. A perfect spot for picnics, walks and enjoying nature. Also hosts various events throughout the year. A must-see for visitors and locals alike.

Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo is one of the oldest zoos in the world. Home to over 400 animals from all over the world. Popular family attraction, with a variety of animal shows and experiences. Also offers guided tours and behind-the-scenes access. A great way to learn about and appreciate wildlife. Don’t miss the chance to visit it.

Christ Church

Christ Church Cathedral is a historic church in Dublin. A beautiful example of medieval architecture. Features a crypt and a treasury with many artifacts. Guided tours available to learn more about the history. A popular spot for visitors and locals alike. A must-see for history and architecture enthusiasts.

The Hellfire Club

This ruined building at the summit of Mountpelier was originally built as a hunting lodge but its association with the Irish Hellfire Club has given it a sinister reputation.

The Hellfire Club is a historic building in the Dublin Mountains. Once a meeting place for an exclusive 18th-century club. Now a popular hiking destination with panoramic views. Also known for its reputation as being haunted. Visitors can take a guided tour to learn about its history and legends. A unique experience for history and mystery enthusiasts.

Kilmainham Gaol

Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison in Dublin. Important historical site, many Irish revolutionaries were held there. Guided tours available to learn about the prison’s history. Exhibits and artifacts on display. A must-see for history enthusiasts visiting Dublin. A powerful reminder of Ireland’s struggle for independence.

Temple Bar

Temple Bar is a historic area in Dublin. Famous for its nightlife, with many pubs and restaurants. also home to many cultural institutions such as galleries and theaters. Live music and street performances are common. A great spot for a night out in Dublin. A must-see for visitors looking for a lively atmosphere.

Glasnevin Cemetery

Glasnevin Cemetery is a historic cemetery in Dublin. Final resting place of many notable Irish figures. Guided tours available to learn about the history. Museum on site with exhibits about Irish history. A peaceful and beautiful spot. A must-see for history enthusiasts visiting Dublin.

Howth Head

Howth Head is a scenic coastal area in Dublin. Popular spot for hiking, fishing, and bird-watching. Offers stunning views of the sea and the cliffs. Also home to Howth village with many seafood restaurants and pubs. A perfect spot for a day trip from Dublin. A must-see for nature and outdoor enthusiasts.

Love, Bee xxx

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  1. Love this! Such a great article and I loved visiting Dublin and I also encourage everyone to visit once in their lives. This is a fantastic list and you even provided photos as well great share thank you! 🙂

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