Dublin Things to Do

  • St. Patrick's Cathedral
    by yooperprof
  • Regent House
    Regent House
    by yooperprof
  • The prison after it was improved?
    The prison after it was improved?
    by SusanVC

Most Viewed Things to Do in Dublin

  • 76. National Leprechaun Museum

    If you want to learn about Irish Folklore and Mythology you can do no better by visiting the National Leprechaun Museum in Jervis Street but don't make the same mistake as me and make sure that you...

    more
  • 77. St. Audeon's Church

    It looked to me as if this was the Polish church as much of the writing on the notice boards showing mass times were in Polish, so it is obvious that this church is one where the Poles frequent...

    more
  • 78. Sunlight Chambers

    If there is one building that you must see while walking along the river you won't be far wrong by taking a look at Sunlight Chambers, built in a romantic Italianate style with wide overhanging...

    more
  • 79. Marsh's Library

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Dating back to 1701, Marsh's Library is the oldest public library in Ireland. It is located right next to St. Patrick's Cathedral and is named after Archbishop Marsh, the man who initiated this...

    more
  • 80. Gallery of Photography

    4 out of 5 stars

    At Meeting House Square i saw several strange looking sculpture and thought no more about it as they were outside the Gallery of Photography but these sculptures turned out to be giant umbrellas that...

    more
  • 81. Mansion House

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    The Lord Mayor's Residence, since 1715. Mansion House was originally constructed as a private dwelling by property developer Joshua Dawson, after whom Dawson Street is named. He sold it to the...

    more
  • 82. Bull Island

    There is a UNESCO biosphere preserve at Dollymount Strand which is north of Dublin Harbor. There are sand dunes and a very flat beach with barely any surf. At the preserve, you will see birds who are...

    more
  • 83. James Joyce Tower and Museum

    If your a fan of James Joyce then this is the place to go. The tower was orginally built in 1804. It now houses the Joyce Museum and contains first editions of most of Joyces work. The cost to enter...

    more
  • 84. Huguenot Cemetery

    I saw the cemetery marked on the tourist map; sadly it is closed to the public. This small cemetery is one of a few around Europe which were used by the French Protestants, the Huguenots, who were...

    more
  • 85. Powerscourt House and Gardens

    Though highly reviewed by such travel experts as Baedeker and Frommers as one of Europe's best gardens, I was highly disappointed during my visit. My best photograph of this side trip was along the...

    more
  • 86. Dublin Bay Cruise

    I went back to Dublin in July 2014 and I did not regret my choice to go on a sea-trip with Dublin Bay Cruises. The cruises start from a central location close to the Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin...

    more
  • 87. St. Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

    I was surprised to discover that this wonderful building in Grafton Street was St. Stephen's Green Shopping Center. Now i am not suggesting that you come here for shopping as this something i like to...

    more
  • 88. Little Museum of Dublin

    This was a pleasant find, and it is well worth a visit. There are both permanent and visiting exhibitions, and it does justice to the Republic of Ireland even if it is in a very small space. The...

    more
  • 89. Porterhouse, Temple Bar

    After the historical visits to the Guinness Storehouse and Ireland’s older pub the Brazen Head it was time for some fresh modern and new stuff, but eh… we are still in the beer business, no worry,...

    more
  • 90. Dublin Civic Museum - closed 2003

    The Dublin Civic Museum The homeliest museum in Dublin as it deals exclusively with things Dublin. The items on display change often but for true Dubs the most poignant exhibit is the battered stone...

    more
  • 91. Newman University Church and House

    The church was constructed in the gardens beside and behind number 87 St Stephen's Green. The house itself, unfortunately no longer in the possession of the church having served as its presbytery...

    more
  • 92. Lord Edward pub

    You hang around in this city, checking out all tourist places, but there is a time when you just want to visit a peaceful local place, where no tourist are there and this Lord Edward was the place...

    more
  • 93. Brew Dock pub

    Prior to my recent very quick trip throught Dublin in November 2012 (merely in transit to and from Connolly Station to the ferryport) if you had told me there was a pub in Dublin that does not serve...

    more
  • 94. Historical Walking Tours of Dublin

    5 out of 5 stars

    Historical Walking Tour is very good tour to get aquainted with Irish history. It is guided by history graduates of Trinity College, therefore, it is very difficult to get better guide for such kind...

    more
  • 95. Deer Park

    This beautiful park of Dublin owes its name to the deer which should live inside it. Nevertheless, when I visited it, I didn't see anything that could even resemble a deer. As you can see from my...

    more
  • 96. Sandeman's Free Walking Tour

    We only had a weekend in Dublin so were keen to experience and see as much of the city as possible in this time. We found details of a free walking tour run by Sandemans New Europe, and having...

    more
  • 97. Dublin's Last Supper

    John Byrne is an Irish artist who created an artwork... on a wall in the courtyard of Quartier Bloom. The piece called "Dublin's Last Supper" was put there in 2004 and it is 9 x 2 m, it mimics the...

    more
  • 98. Bretzel Bakery

    The Bretzel is a bakery famous in Dublin for baking breads in a traditional oven. Fresh smells waft from the door as the Bakery opens to sell breads and cakes prepared by bakers who start each morning...

    more
  • 99. Northside Dublin Ghost Tour

    One of the fun little excursions I took during my time in Dublin was the Northside Dublin Ghost Tour. I had the honor and pleasure of having John as our fabulous guide who knew the haunted history of...

    more
  • 100. Sea Safari - currently suspended

    The sea safari will take you on a high speed, adrenalin packed tour in one of our large ribs. The trip combines high speed thrills while also taking in the rich bird / wildlife as well as the local...

    more
  • Dublin Hotels

    463 Hotels in Dublin

    5 Reviews

  • Ask a Question

    Got a question about Dublin? Get an answer from our Location locals and frequent travelers

Instant Answers: Dublin

Get an instant answer from local experts and frequent travelers

25 travelers online now

Comments

Dublin Things to Do

Reviews and photos of Dublin things to do posted by real travelers and locals. The best tips for Dublin sightseeing.

View all Dublin hotels