Address: Dame St, Dublin 2, Ireland.
This is a prominent tourist attraction in Dublin and it houses museums and Government Offices. The architecture is really amazing and has attractive green gardens. It was built as a defence fortification and later converted into government administration centre. It has different elegant rooms and tall towers.
Address: St Patrick's Close, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, A96 P599, Ireland.
This is a Neo-Gothic Cathedral which is very famous for St. Patrick�s Day. It was founded in 1911, becomes the tallest church in Ireland with 43 meter spire. It has the heaviest change-ringing peal of bells in Ireland and inside you can find high stone arches. It also houses an organ with 4000 pipes and architecture is also worth to watch.
Address: Northside, Dublin 8, Ireland.
If you like to spend some moments by enjoying beauty of nature or want to breathe some fresh air, this is the right place. This is one of the largest enclosed city parks in Europe. It is situated in the banks of River Liffey. Number of festivals & events used to conduct here. You can also find a Wellington monument inside the park, Magazine Fort, walking trials, large areas of grasslands etc.
Address: Saint James' (part of Phoenix Park), Dublin 8, Ireland.
Take a visit to the third largest Zoo in the World. It was founded in 1830 and houses number of rare species of birds and animals. Its major objective is conservation and education facilities. It spreads around 69 acres with popular visitor attractions like Sea Lion Cove, African Plains, Roberts House, House of Reptiles, South American House etc.
Address: The Liberties, Dublin 8, Ireland.
This is a seven storied building and houses a large museum where you can learn the history of Ireland�s popular beer brand. You can understand the ingredients used, brewing process, transportation etc. You will also get chances to taste to taste the quality beer from the Gravity bar with panoramic views of Dublin.
Address: Kildare St, Dublin 2, Ireland.
This museum was established in 1877 and you can learn more about the history of Dublin from here. The things you can explore here are historical artifacts, archaeological findings, Irish art & Culture, Irish metal works, Irish Natural history etc.
Address: 78- 79 Grafton Street, Dublin, D02 K033, Ireland.
If you are a shopping lover, this is an attractive destination in Dublin. This street consists of number of shops and spreads from St Stephen's Green in the south to College Green in the north. This is always crowded pedestrian walkways in Dublin and you can find World famous statue of Molly Malone, number of restaurants, bars, boutiques etc from here at reasonable price.
Address: 15 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland.
This is a popular people�s museum in Dublin where you can find lot of valuable things which was donated by the native people over the years. There is a chart in the museum where you can understand the history of popular events of Dublin from 20th century to present day.
Address: Malahide, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
This is a 12th century Castle in Dublin with stunning architecture. This castle was associated with the renowned Dublin family, Talbots. This castle houses a museum with amazing paintings, decorated furniture and other attractive artefacts.
Address: 47-48, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 N725, Ireland.
This is a historic site in Dublin and don�t get confused with the name. This site is named after Sir William Temple and the things you can explore here are number of International restaurants, pubs, bars etc with number of cultural events. You can definitely enjoy a vibrant night life over here.