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Things To Do In Dublin City

Dublin is one of the most beautiful cities in the world. The city is steeped in history and was dubbed the city of literature in 2010. A lot of its beautiful architecture proceeded from a troubled past – as it was the second city of the British Empire. The city has come a long away since that time and now it serves as a place of culture and history that opens its doors to people from all over the world. If you are visiting Dublin, don't forget to check out the places listed below.

Trinity College

Be a time traveller for a day and go visit Trinity college. This beautiful building is home to some of the most priceless items from Irelands past. The most popular item been the Book of Kells, Brian Buros harp and the books of Durrow and the book of Armagh. It really is a special visit that will leave you wondering about the people who lived in Ireland throughout the different centuries.

Guinness Storehouse

Find out all about Guinness with a tour of their storehouse. It is seven floors high but the best part about the whole experience is the bar that sits on the top floor serving the most beautiful pints of guinness you have ever tasted. Find them by clicking here.

National Museum of Ireland

The national museum of Ireland is a must for anyone who loves arts and old Irish artefacts. It is steeped in history and culture and is an absolute must for people.

Visit Claddagh Jewellers

Don't forget to pop into our store located on Grafton Street in Dublin. Find the Authentic Claddagh ring which was made in our workshop in Galway city and browse our wonderful collection of premium quality Jewellery.

The Little Museum of Dublin

A mini sized museum that is converted from a home to a museum. It has grown legs and does fully guided tours and now holds some really cool art that shows how Ireland has evolved over the years. Find out more by clicking here.

Visit St Stephens Green Park

If you enjoy pituresque parks then St Stephens Green will be a wonderful day out for you. This scenic park is only a stones throw away from Grafton Street and is a beautiful place to enjoy some lunch (weather permitting of course).