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  1. Guinness Storehouse

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Located in the heart of the St James’s Gate Brewery, which has been home to the world famous stout since 1759, you simply cannot leave Dublin without having paid a visit. Read more

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  2. Kelly Hood Art Studio

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Kelly Hood Art Studio was formed in 2013 to cater to a large audience of animal art lovers. The gallery is located off Dublin's main shopping district Grafton Street. Read more

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  3. Zoological Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Zoological Museum in Dublin is home to some of the many creatures from across the planet. Read more

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  4. Daniel O'Connell

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Known as the 'Liberator', Daniel O'Connell was born in Carhan, Caherciveen in 1775. After securing the passage of the Catholic Emancipation Act in 1829, he was elected Lord Mayor of Dublin. There are numerous memorials to him around Dublin City. Read more

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  5. Victorian People's Flower Gardens, Phoenix Park

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Victorian People's Flower Gardens in Dublin's Phoenix Park are 22 acres in size. A prime example of Victorian horticulture, they were re-opened in 1864 after originally being established in 1840. Read more

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  6. Science Gallery Dublin

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Science Gallery is a venue where art and science meet to ignite creativity and discovery, it's where ideas provoke and opinions collide. It's one of the top free cultural attractions in Ireland, and centrally located in Trinity College. Read more

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  7. Áras an Uachtaráin

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Áras an Uachtaráin is the official residence of the President of Ireland. Built in 1751, it's situated in the 1,752 acres of the Phoenix Park in County Dublin. Read more

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  8. The Jeanie Johnston

    Dublin City, Dublin

    A tour of the Jeanie Johnston, in Dublin, enables visitors to see what it was like on board a wooden, tall ship during the famine era. The tour will convey a deep sense of history and will be a memorable experience for all who come on board. Read more

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  9. Dublinia

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Dublinia is a heritage centre, located in the heart of the Medieval city of Dublin. There are three exciting exhibitions in Dublinia: Viking Dublin, Medieval Dublin and the History Hunters. Read more

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  10. National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Walk into the National Museum of Ireland on Kildare Street and you are magically transported back in time to see famous celtic artefacts. A stroll through time will take you all the way back to 7,000 BC. Read more

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