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Best things to do in Dublin

Bryggeri
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“Brewery experience telling the tale of Ireland's famous beer, with tastings and a rooftop bar.”
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Museum
“Booking your tickets 2 weeks in advance is strongly recommended! The jail symbolises the tradition of militant and constitutional nationalism from the rebellion of 1798 to the Irish Civil War of 1922-23. Leaders of the rebellions of 1798, 1803, 1848,1867 and 1916 were detained and in some cases executed here. Many members of the Irish Republican movement during the Anglo-Irish War (1919-21) were also detained in Kilmainham Gaol, guarded by British troops. Names such as Henry Joy McCracken, Robert Emmet, Anne Devlin, Charles Stewart Parnell and the leaders of 1916 will always be associated with the building. It should not be forgotten however that, as a county gaol, Kilmainham held thousands of ordinary men, women, and children. Their crimes ranged from petty offenses such as stealing food to more serious crimes such as murder or rape. Convicts from many parts of Ireland were held here for long periods waiting to be transported to Australia. Kilmainham Gaol Museum is operated and managed by the Office of Public Works.”
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Konstmuseum
“Beautiful place to spend a few hours looking at the exhibitions and walking the grounds. Its about a 10 minute walk from my place”
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Konstmuseum
“A wonderful gallery with great contemporary and older art. Recently refurbished, it's beautiful to walk around. The portrait gallery is excellent. Has a good Cafe and gift shop also. This is also a great area for The natural history museum, Trinity college, Merrion square and not far from Stephens Green, Trinity College and Grafton Street.”
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Konstmuseum
“It was described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Dublin, but one of the best in Europe. Amazing international collection of artworks from countries across Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Lovely cafe also and enclosed green area outside to sit if the weather is nice.”
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Museum
“Defo worth a trip, not too big so doesn't take too long.....the bog bodies are a must see. Doesn't open on Mondays”
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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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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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History Museum
“An interesting museum within Christschurch Cathedral. Step into medieval Dublin for a couple hours. ”
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Museum
“Whenever I bring people here they are always blown away, really interesting place to spend an hour or two. Its not open on Mondays”
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Konstmuseum
“You have to put some culture into a visit - and with Francis Bacon at your side - how can you go wrong. Free. Only a 15min walk from the house. Free concerts on most Sundays (check website) - arrive at 11.30 to be sure of a seat.”
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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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Science Museum
“An interesting place with regular exhibitions, and also cafe. Check in advance to see what is currently on. ”
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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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Historisk plats
“Marsh’s Library, built by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh (1638-1713), was the first public library in Ireland and is one of the very few 18th century buildings left in Dublin that is still being used for its original purpose. The interior of the library, with its beautiful dark oak bookcases each with carved and lettered gables, topped by a mitre, and the three elegant wired alcoves or ‘cages’ where the readers were locked in with rare books, remains unchanged since it was built three hundred years ago. It is a magnificent example of a 17th century scholars’ library. Note: Marsh's Library is just around the corner from St. Patrick's Cathedral.”
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