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Best things to do in Dublin

Bryggeri
$$$
“A favourite amongst tourists, and well deserved. Book in advance to avoid long queues. ”
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Museum
“Really good museum across the road, tells the story of our independence, the guides are generally very insightful and fun”
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Konstmuseum
“Great art collection - modern and ancient! Beautiful building too ... close to our parliament too!!”
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Konstmuseum
“By global standards not the most impressive modern art museum but on your doorstep and worth a visit”
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Museum
“Go see the bog men. That's all you have to know. The rest of the museum is interesting, but not great. The bog men are super interesting, but best of all this museum is free to wander in, take a peak and be ready to have your mind blown!”
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History Museum
“Located by the Museum Luas stop, really easy to get to, this is a big museum so allow yourself some time here so that you get to see it all. Might not be open on Mondays ”
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Museum
“A free museum in a beautiful building. I take all my friends here first time in Dublin”
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History Museum
“Experience Viking and Medieval Dublin where the two became one location 1000 years ago. Dublina offers 3 exciting tours for the one entrance fee. Visit a Viking house on a Viking street and explore how they lived and died. Then enjoy a medieval marketplace and a rich merchants house...finally History Hunters shows you an excavation site and a river that runs far below Christchurch Cathedral. Local Tip: Inter generational groups of 3 or more should ask about a family ticket (2+2) and senior/student cards secure a discount.”
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Konstmuseum
“A stunning gem on a charming road in the very heart of the gorgeous old city of Dublin. Enter through the garden of Dublin Castle and you will be truly within the pale here. Local tip: Check out the Roof Garden , landscaped in a tranquil style to reflect the gallery. ”
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Kyrkogård
“Glasnevin is Ireland's largest cemetery where over one and a half million people are buried including icons such as Daniel O'Connell, Michael Collins, Charles Stewart Parnell, Maud Gonne, and Eamon DeValera.”
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Konstmuseum
“The historical Charlemont House (1908) is home to The Dublin City Gallery also known as the Hugh Lane after the Irish born art collector. He left two wills one bequeathing his entire collection firstly to the National Gallery in London and later to The Dublin City Gallery. So what this means to us is that 4 of its 8 masterpieces are in Dublin until 2021 : Les Parapluies by Renoir Eva Gonzales by Manet Jour d ete by Morisot and View of Louveciennes by Picasso Unmissable also are the bejeweled Harry Clarke Stained glass window display and the entire chaotic studio of Francis Bacon exactly as he left it. ”
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College Library
“the most famous book in Ireland, possibly in the world. An illuminated manuscript in an amazing library building that has featured in many movies.”
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Indie-bio
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“Movies - not always big box office, often has festivals. Great little restaurant & bar so go early. You can bring your drinks into the auditorium!”
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Science Museum
“An interesting place with regular exhibitions, and also cafe. Check in advance to see what is currently on. ”
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Museum
“WINNER of Europe's leading tourist attraction 2019. This is a really large exhibition by any country standards and is jam packed with interactive information on the history, politics, science and nature of Ireland. Simply unmissable. Local Tip: If you suspect that you have any Irish ancestors chat to the guys in the associated genealogy service to find out more. ”
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Museum
“The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for many other writers of international renown. In 1991, the Dublin Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin. Situated in a magnificent 18th century mansion in the north city centre, the collection features the lives and works of Dublin's literary celebrities over the past three hundred years. Swift and Sheridan, Shaw and Wilde, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett are among those presented through their books, letters, portraits and personal items. The museum holds exhibitions, lunchtime theatre and readings and has a special room devoted to ch”
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