Attractions in Dublin

Attractions and Experiences are as much fun, as they are educational.

With a growing number of attractions in Dublin offering fantastic experiences for both tourists and residents, we have selected attractions that are growing in popularity that are definitely worth visiting.

Click on an attraction in Dublin below to get more information.

National Museum of Ireland - Natural History

Dublin - National Museum of Ireland - Natural History
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Built in 1856, the National Museum of Ireland - Natural History is a magnificent Victorian artefact in its own right. Sometimes described as ‘a museum of a museum, it houses a wide-ranging and comprehensive zoological collection of more than 10,000 exhibits. Visitors can explore Ir

Merrion Street, Dublin 2
National Museum of Ireland - Archaeololgy

Dublin - National Museum of Ireland - Archaeololgy
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The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology is home to an extraordinary range of priceless and iconic treasures, including the Ardagh Chalice, the Tara Brooch and the famous Derrynaflan Hoard. From Prehistoric Ireland to Ancient Egypt, visitors can see important archaeological artefacts

Kildare Street, Dublin 2
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum

Dublin - EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
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Winner Europes leading Tourist Attraction 2019 EPIC will reopen to visitors on Monday 29th June, seven days a week, with timed tickets on sale. Following the HSE guidelines EPIC will implement a range of public health and physical distancing measures to ensure the safety of visitors, staf

CHQ, Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
Glasnevin Museum and Tours

Dublin - Glasnevin Museum and Tours
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Glasnevin Museum and Tours Opened in 1832, Glasnevin Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Ireland and is the resting place of many men and women who shaped Irish history over the last two centuries. The museum and tours explore the diversity of Irish life since 1800 through the experiences

Glasnevn Cemetery, Finglas Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11
Dublinia

Dublinia
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Dublinia, located at the heart of Viking and Medieval Dublin, is a step back in time and a journey through the city as it was back then. Experience what life was like onboard a Viking warship, visit a Viking house, take a trip down a Viking street, and learn of the myths and the mysteries

St Michaels Hill, Christchurch, Dublin 8.
National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History

Dublin - National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts and History
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The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts History is located at one of Dublins most impressive, historic sites. This former military barracks is home to two fascinating and completely diverse collections. Decorative arts encompasses silver, ceramics, glassware, furniture, clothing

Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7
DoDublin GhostBus Tour for kids

DoDublin GhostBus Tour for kids
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Dublins Newest and Spookiest Childrens Attraction; Climb aboard Dublins spookiest bus - The Dublin Ghostbus - for a kids adventure that theyll never forget. Uncover the dark and horrible side of Dublins history and learn of gruesome tales about Dublins most infamous fiends; - Hear of

59 Upper OConnell Street, Dublin 1
The Ark

Dublin - The Ark
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The Ark is a dedicated cultural centre for children that creates opportunities for children, along with their families and friends or with their school, to discover and love art. Through their work with leading Irish and international artists, children can enjoy performances in their uniq

11a Eustace St., Temple Bar, Dublin 2.
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