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Best things to do in Dublin

Museum
“The National Wax Museum Plus is one of Dublin’s most popular attractions and a great family day out! Located in the heart of Dublin's city centre Temple Bar district, it’s fun and interactive and will take you on a journey through Irish culture from famous writers ”
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History Museum
“Dedicated to promoting the life and work of James Joyce, one of Ireland's greatest modern writers, in a beautiful restored listed Georgian house. Also run Joycean walking tours at 11am and 2pm every Tuesday/Thur/Sat 35 North Great George's Street 10 am - 5pm Monday - Saturday 12 - 5pm Sunday”
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Historisk plats
“A beautifully-preserved building from the early eighteenth century. Opened as Ireland’s first public library in 1707, the original oak bookcases house more than 25,000 rare and fascinating books and the Library features year round exhibitions. Famous past readers have included Jonathan Swift, Bram Stoker, and James Joyce. Children particularly welcome, but do beware of the ghost of the Archbishop”
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Konstmuseum
“The Hugh Lane Gallery is one of Dublin's other great, free attractions that features the collectors collection which he bequeathed to the State along with over 2000 works of contemporary and modern art. ”
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History Museum
“Welcome to the Irish Whiskey Museum, the first Irish whiskey museum in the world! The museum depicts the origins of Irish whiskey, its rise to glory, the dramatic fall, and of course, current revival of new Irish whiskeys. With an exclusive collection of Irish whiskey memorabilia dating back to the 1800s, blended with a modern twist, this is one memory you are sure to enjoy! Opening Hours: 10:00 am - 19:00 pm First Tour: 10:30 am Last Tour: 19:00 pm. Whiskey and Brunch Experience at 10am on Friday to Sunday.”
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History Museum
“Beautiful Views over Dublin. Museum to James Joyce. You can also have a swim in the 40ft swimming area just beside the tower.”
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History Museum
“The 50 minute guided tour will lead you through the historic Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship – Take in the detailed craftsmanship as you board the ship before journeying to the cabins where their celebrated guides lead you through the dimly-lit quarters to show what life was like for those passengers who made the transatlantic voyage to an uncertain future in the ‘New World’.”
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Library
“Public library with a free Yeats Exhibition on the lower floor. Note: The National Gallery, The National Museum (Archaeology), The National Museum (Natural History- AKA "The Dead Zoo"), and the National Library are all in the same area, so it's worth covering them together. All are free of charge. The Dead Zoo is my personal favourite.”
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Museum
“At first hearing about this you might be thinking kitschy stuff and begorrah and begosh, but this is actually a fun and informative way to learn about Irish myths and fairytales. There are a number of rooms, each with their own story. The guides are really entertaining, and the daytime tour is fun for both children and adults. On Friday and Saturday nights, there’s an adults only interactive show, with a darker side to it. Be warned, when you get there a member of the cast will dress you up in a costume – this is part of the interactive experience. ”
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Museum
“Tired of Seeing Your Child Hooked On To A Phone? Bring Them Out For A Real Life Experience. Engage Them In Interesting & Fun Science & Sports Activities. Worth calling ahead, sometimes they are fully booked”
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Slott
“Dart Train south to Dalkey. Lovely day out to see village where Bono of U2 lives. Dalkey Castle is a small museum close to restaurants, market (Weekends) and Dalkey harbour (15 min walk)... Nice day out to a lovely village.”
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History Museum
“Award winning GPO Witness History visitor centre is one of the main things to see and do in Dublin. It is an immersive, interactive and engaging experience of modern Irish history from the late 19th century to modern times with particular emphasis on the 1916 Easter Rising, the Irish War of Independence, the Irish Civil War and the peace process in Northern Ireland. ”
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Library
“ Good local history section upstairs, with amazing views of the harbour and the bay beyond”
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Museum
“Great storytelling and mythology of Irish culture. Learn the origins of the leprechaun. ”
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Konstmuseum
“Amazinf free resource for all the family to enjo or a quiet stroll.. Cafe is recommended.”
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Kyrkogård
“This is one of my favourite places in Dublin to wander around. There is a museum which is worth visiting and tours also but if you just want to walk around the grounds it's free. Please note this is a functional cemetery so be respectful at all times, especially if taking photos. The Grave Diggers Pub (Kavanagh's) next door is great for a pint of Guinness and does lovely food too.”
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