Guinness Storehouse is where the world famous “black stuff” originated.
Book of Kells is a large and lavish Gospel book containing the four gospels of the New Testament, created circa 800 by Celtic monks and housed in Trinity College.
Croke Park is the home of Ireland's largest sporting and cultural organization, the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA). Croke Park has played host to iconic moments in Irish sport & history and to major cultural and international events.
Howth - a bustling fishing village brimming with restaurants, pubs and craic!
Little Museum of Dublin - a short introduction to Dublin through typical Irish humor!
Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum are both the guardians and storytellers for over 1.6 million people. From the ordinary to the truly extraordinary, these people helped shape the Ireland of today.
Irish Museum of Modern Art is housed in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham, one of the finest 17th-century buildings in Ireland.
St. Patrick’s Cathedral is also known as the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland.
Kilmainham Gaol is the unoccupied "Gaol" closely linked with some of the biggest names and events in Ireland’s history.
Old Jameson Distillery tells the story of the creation of the Jameson brand and how the famous whiskey is made.
The National Gallery showcases works by Caravaggio, Picasso, Vermeer, Rembrandt, Monet, Goya, and many more.
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Outside of Dublin
Cliffs of Moher rise 702 feet above the crashing Atlantic Ocean offering a stunning view of the Atlantic and on a clear day the Aran Islands and Connemara.
Bru Na Boinne is one of the world’s most important prehistoric landscapes and features three large “passage tombs,” more than 90 additional monuments, and a collection of megalithic art.
Rock of Cashel, this picturesque complex is one of the most remarkable collections of Celtic art and medieval architecture to be found anywhere in Europe.
Giant’s Causeway is the result of a volcanic explosion on the northeast coast of Northern Ireland, consisting of roughly 40,000 interlocking basalt columns. The tops of the columns form stepping stones that lead from the cliff foot and disappear under the sea.
Carrick-a-rede rope bridge - not for the faint hearted!
The Burren National Park contains examples of all the major habitats within the Burren: Limestone Pavement, Calcareous grassland, Hazel scrub, Ash/hazel woodland, Turloughs, Lakes, Petrifying springs, cliffs and Fen.
The Connemara Region Connemara isn’t a town, county or province. It is a cultural region in County Galway Ireland and one of the last Gaeltacht (Irish speaking) areas of Ireland
Powerscourt House & Gardens features some of the gardens finest in the world with more than 200 varieties of trees and shrubs, while the house itself is considered one of the great country homes of Ireland.
Glendalough - known as the Garden of Ireland - a walker and hiker's paradise
Kilkenny Castle stands dramatically on a strategic height that dominates the ‘High Town’ of Kilkenny City.
Irish National Stud & Japanese Gardens is a horse breeding facility in Tully, Kildare County, and the gardens are considered the finest Japanese gardens in Europe.
Croagh Patrick offers magnificent views of Clew Bay and the surrounding south Mayo countryside.
The Blarney Castle ruins feature the famous Blarney Stone. Kissing the stone is reported to endow a person with the gift of gab.
Bunratty Castle & Folk Park was built in 1425 and contains mainly 15th and 16th century furnishings, tapestries, and works of art.
Holy Cross Abbey is one of the most beautiful Irish Cistercian houses showcasing extraordinary delicacy in the stone-carving.