Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre in the heart of the scenic heritage town of Dalkey is open all year round 6 days per week. (Closed on Tuesdays). The site is compromised of an early Christian Church & Graveyard, a fourteenth century fortified town house/castle (where the living history performances occur) and a modern Heritage Centre whic - Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre
Saint Patricks Close, Off Patrick Street, Dublin 8
St Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the best visitor attractions in Ireland. It boasts over 800 years of fascinating history. Explore the graves of some of Ireland’s most famous dead including the writer of Gulliver’s Travels (Jonathan Swift), learn about how the expression “to chance your arm” came about in the Cathed - St Patricks Cathedral
Standing on high ground in the oldest part of the city, this cathedral is one of Dublins finest historic buildings. It dates back to 1038 when Sitric, the then Danish king of Dublin, built the first wood here. In 1171 the original simple foundation was extended into a cruciform and rebuilt in stone by Strongbow, although the present structure da - Christ Church Cathedral
Kids go Free on the Dublin Bus hop on hop off tour. What better way to see Dublin than on the top of a Double deck bus? Combine your day out with a trip to the Gallery, a visit to a childrens attraction, a fun meal, a trip to the Cinema or a walk in the Phoenix park. All attractions are located on or around the City Tour route.
Our entertai - Dublin Bus hop on hop off City Tour
The old cemetery at Tubberpatrick, contains memorials to General Blake and Irish Officer in the French Army, who was executed by the British after the battle of Ballinamuck and later buried there. Gunner Magee is also commemorated who, with his two cousins, fired one of the Humberts guns loading it with broken pots and pans when the ammunition ran - Tubberpatrick
Ruined Cistercian abbey founded in 1193 by Affreca, wife of John de Courcy. Beautiful parkland setting and medieval style garden.
Winter (1st October - 31st March)
Open only on Saturday & Sunday
Saturday 10.00 to 16.00 & Sunday 14.00 to 16.00
Site may be opened on request.
Summer (1st April - 30th September)
Clo - Grey Abbey
Known locally as the Abbey, this Dominican Friary was founded in the mid-13th century by Maurice FitzGerald. The site contains a great wealth of carvings including Gothic and Renaissance tomb sculpture, well preserved cloisters and the only sculptured 15th century high altar to survive in any Irish monastic church. This enigmatic Friary will inspi - Sligo Abbey
The Relic of the Head of St. Oliver and other bone relics and artefacts are housed here at the National Shrine to St. Oliver in St. Peters Church, West St. Drogheda.
Without doubt, these are amongst the most important relics of the Irish Church, and many thousands of pilgrims from at home and abroad, come each month to pray at the Shrine. Openi - St Peters Church