Opened by W. B. Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory in 1904, the Abbey—Ireland's national theater—was created to showcase Irish culture. Rebuilt in 1966,...more
Do it for the kids, but don't be surprised if you enjoy Dublinia, too. This permanent exhibition depicts ancient Dublin with street reconstructions, artifacts...more
Don't write this off as corny. It's actually a blast—even Sir Ian McKellen has done it. Led by professional actors, you'll visit the favorite watering...more
Tour the laboratory to taste and smell the raw ingredients, and learn from the professional tasters. But everyone knows the real draw here: the complimentary...more
From Samuel Beckett to Oscar Wilde, the Emerald Isle has made a hefty contribution to the world of literature. Dublin Writers Museum is a necessary stop for...more
There's almost always something happening in this Temple Bar square: live theater during lunchtime on weekdays, outdoor movies, and Irish music. Most events are...more
A fine seven-century-wide collection of European art and an extension that opened in 2002 for temporary exhibitions is augmented by what will be many viewers'...more
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