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  1. Kilmainham Gaol

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Before it's closure in 1924, Dublin's Kilmainham Gaol housed some of the most famous political and military leaders in Irish history. Major renovation of the Gaol underway until December 2015 many areas will not be accessible from time to time. Read more

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  2. National Museum of Ireland-Decorative Arts & History

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The National Museum of Ireland-Decorative Arts and History, housed at Collins Barracks Dublin, is home to a wide range of objects, which include weaponry, furniture, silver, ceramics and glassware, as well as examples of folk life and costume. Read more

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  3. Chester Beatty Library

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Situated in the heart of the city centre, the Chester Beatty Library's exhibitions open a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world - Asia, Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Read more

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  4. The Piper's Parlour

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Take a tour of the Piper's Parlour to learn about the uilleann pipes and the history of 15 Henrietta Street. Located on Henrietta Street, Dublin 1 (off Bolton Street), the Piper's Parlour offers visitors a rare opportunity to try the pipes. Read more

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  5. Book of Kells

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Book of Kells remains one of the world's most famous manuscripts with its ornately decorated pages written back around 800 AD. Housed in Trinity College, this book of the four gospels in latin is one of Ireland's major visitor attractions. Read more

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  6. An Post Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The An Post Museum offers visitors a fascinating insight into the role played by Post Office people in the development of Irish society over many years. Read more

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  7. Isaac Butt

    Dublin City, Dublin

    Isaac Butt (1813–1879) is regarded as the founder of the Home Rule Movement in Ireland. Born in 1813, Isaac Butt was a politician and nationalist leader. He was a member of the Irish and English Bar, and was a renowned lawyer and scholar.** Read more

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  8. Waterways Visitor Centre

    Dublin City, Dublin

    After its renovation, the ‘Box on the Docks’ or Waterways Visitor Centre in Dublin reopens its doors. It offers a place to learn about the heritage of Ireland's waterways and find out what activities to enjoy on them. Read more

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  9. The Greenhouse

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Greenhouse, on St. Andrew's Street in Dublin City Centre, is a venue for education, training and the implementation of sustainability in Ireland. Read more

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  10. Dublin Writers Museum

    Dublin City, Dublin

    The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for any other writers of international renown. The Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin. Read more

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