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Dublinia is a 5 minute stroll to the right and offers three historical exhibitions in one bringing the ancient history of Dublin to real life. You get to interact with the exhibition and engage, learn and share. The exhibitions include the Viking Dublin Exhibition where you can learn what it's like…
If you would like to know more about our city we would highly recommend this. You will learn about our ancestors the vikings in a interactive way. Great place to go if its a rainy day or just want to get a better feel of who the Irish really are. Enjoy.
Situated across the road from Christ Church Cathedral, this is a great experience of Viking and medieval Dublin. It is a short ten minute walk to the oldest pub in Dublin, The Brazen Head for, coffees, drinks, Food & music at night time. Dublinia is one bus journey of approx 18 mins
This place gives a good insight into Viking and Medieval Dublin and ends with a tour of Christchurch Medieval Cathedral .
Dublinia is a historical recreation museum and visitor attraction in Dublin, Ireland, focusing on the Viking and Medieval history of the city. Dublinia is located in a part of Dublin's Christ Church Cathedral, known as the Synod hall.
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