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Location: Christchurch Place, Dublin 8
The spiritual heart of Dublin with 1000 years of history. Dublin’s oldest working structure, enormous crypt, magnificent nave and an oasis in the city.
Open Year Round
Location: Distillery Walk, Midleton, Co. Cork
Experience the home of Jameson Irish whiskey with guided tours 7 days a week.
Location: St James's Gate, Dublin 8
Explore Ireland's top attraction. Discover what goes into making a pint of Guinness - the ingredients, the brewing process, the time, craft and passion.
Location: St Michael's Hill, Christchurch, Dublin 8
History brought to life! Four exciting exhibitions - Visit Viking and Medieval Dublin, become a 'History Hunter' & climb the medieval tower.
Location: Powerscourt Estate, Co. Wicklow
Voted the #3 Garden in the World by National Geographic. Enjoy garden walks, fine dining, shopping and relaxation. A magical day out for all!
Powerscourt Waterfall is Ireland’s highest waterfall only is 6km from the Powerscourt Estate. Set in the foothills of the Wicklow Mountains.
Location: College Street, Dublin 2
Visit Trinity’s 18th century Old Library to view the lavishly decorated 9th century Book of Kells, in the heart of Dublin city.
Location: Kinvara, Co Galway
Burren Nature Sanctuary is a perfect introduction to the magical Burren landscape.
Location: The Burren, Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare
Two great Burren attractions in one! Tour one of Ireland's ancient caves and experience the Birds of Prey Centre with its fabulous flying displays.
Location: The Mall, Waterford City
Visit the Factory and Brand Experience of this iconic Irish crystal manufacturer. Take a guided factory tour and see the opulent retail store.
Location: Cultra, Hollywood, Co. Down
The Ulster Transport Museum creatively displays one of Europe’s largest and most comprehensive transport collections.
Location: Cultra, Holywood, Co. Down
Step back in time and experience what life was like in rural Ulster over 100 years ago.
Location: Castletown, Omagh, Co. Tyrone
The story of Irish emigration. Experience 40 acres of adventure from the thatched cottages of Ulster to the log cabins of the American Frontier.
Location: Bury Quay, Tullamore, Co. Offaly
Immerse yourself in the magic that lies inside the walls of this 19th century bonded warehouse, where their whiskey making tradition began.
Location: Bushmills, Co. Antrim
Explore the basalt stone columns left by volcanic eruptions 60 million years ago at Northern Ireland’s iconic World Heritage Site.
Location: Custom House Quay, Dublin 1
Discover the stories of Irish emigration around the world at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
Location: Dublin Castle, Dublin 2
The Chester Beatty's rich collections open a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world.
Open 7 days a week
Location: Titanic Quarter, Belfast, Co. Antrim
An iconic six-floor building featuring nine interpretive & interactive galleries that explore the sights, sounds, smells & stories of Titanic.
Location: Inchicore, Dublin 8
Built in 1814, it was one of Dublin’s largest British Army barracks. Over 3,000 men and women involved in the 1916 Easter Rising were held here.
Location: Randalstown Road, Antrim, BT41 4LH
Restored 17th century Anglo-Dutch water garden.
Location: Armagh City, Co. Armagh
A special city with a unique significance and influence, felt across the island of Ireland for over 6,500 years. On the Saint Patrick’s Trail.
Visit Year Round
Location: Blarney, Co. Cork
Historic Blarney Castle, set in acres of parkland, is famous for its stone, which legend tells has the power of conferring eloquence on all who kiss it.
Location: 59 O'Connell St, Dublin 1
See the best of Dublin City with a 24 or 48 Hour Sightseeing tour. Hop on and hop off as often as you like and visit attractions all around the city.
The service is not operating until further notice
Location: 119 Grafton Street, Dublin 2
Visit the first Irish Whiskey Museum in the world and be brought on a journey through time to learn the intriguing tale of Irish whiskey.
Closed until further notice.
Location: St. Joseph's Avenue, Croke Park, Dublin 3
At the heart of Irish sporting life for over 100 years. Enjoy the GAA museum, a Stadium Tour or the amazing Ericsson Skyline Rooftop Tour.
Location: James's Street, Dublin 8
Discover fascinating stories, compelling characters and, of course, their signature Pearse Irish Whiskey at Dublin’s only boutique distillery.
Location: Main Street, Foynes, Co. Limerick
Discover Foynes' role in aviation history. Climb aboard a replica Boeing 314 Flying Boat and taste an Irish Coffee in the place it was invented!
Open mid-March to mid-November
Location: Finglas Road, Dublin 11
Ireland’s largest cemetery where, since 1832, 1.6 million people have been interred. Knowledgeable & witty guides bring history to life!
Location: Kilmeaden, Co. Waterford
One of the great gardens of the world, 10 minutes from Waterford City. 70 acre woodland garden, stunning views and 16 kms of garden paths.
Open March to October
Location: Tully, Kildare
Unique attraction of amazing beauty. Home to some of the most magnificent horses and sumptuous gardens to be found anywhere in the world.
Open early February to November
Location: Newbridge, Co.Kildare
Explore behind the scenes at Newbridge Silverware with the Factory Tour Experience and be inspired by the Museum of Style Icons.
Location: Blessington, Co. Wicklow
Guided tours of the most beautiful Palladian Mansion, 3D exhibition, children’s playground, maze & fairy trail. Amazing!
Open March to December
Location: Kylemore, Connemara, Co. Galway
Nestled in the heart of Connemara, Kylemore offers history, romance, nature and spirituality - making it the perfect day out for all the family.
Location: Athlone, Co. Westmeath
An interactive audio-visual experience that highlights the history of Athlone castle, and the town and people of Athlone.
Location: Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow
The Powerscourt Distillery is set against a backdrop of the breathtakingly beautiful Wicklow hills and Great Sugarloaf Mountain.
Location: Birr, Co. Offaly
Superb attraction with award-winning gardens, the Great Telescope, Ireland’s largest treehouse, historic science centre and guided castle tours.
Location: Mullingar, Co. Westmeath
Belvedere is a magnificent 160 acre lakeside estate with Georgian Villa, Victorian Walled Garden, Romantic Follies, playgrounds & picnic areas.
Location: St Mary's Church, Kilkenny
Hear the stories of Kilkenny's powerful patrons and inspired creators through the monuments and artifacts they left behind.
Open year round
Location: Kennedy Pier, Cobh, Co. Cork
A 104-acre island with 1300 years of history. It has been a Monastery, Fortress, Prison and Island home, and now a top tourist attraction.
Location: Hook Peninsula, New Ross, Co. Wexford
The oldest operational lighthouse in the world. It has marked the entrance to Waterford Harbour for over 800 years. Guided tours. Spectacular views.
Location: The Square, Hillsborough BT26 6AG
Enjoy a majestic day out at Northern Ireland’s Royal Residence and visit in the stunning castle gardens.
Location: Kilmantin Hill, Wicklow Town, Co. Wicklow
Be transported back in time and meet face-to-face with some of the most notorious characters to have ‘resided’ in this dramatic and history filled building.
Location: Dunganstown, New Ross, Co. Wexford
Experience the journey from Irish Famine Emigrant to President of the United States!
Location: Burrane Lower, Killimer, Kilrush, Co. Clare
Cross the Shannon Estuary from Killimer, Co. Clare to Tarbert Co. Kerry in 20 minutes. Saves 137km of driving! On Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way.
Operating Year Round
Location: Enniskillen, Co. Fermanagh
Ireland’s only island town, Enniskillen is uniquely situated in the centre of Fermanagh, between Upper and Lower Lough Erne.
Location: Parliament Street, Kilkenny City
A multi-sensory experience taking you on a journey through the medieval origins of brewing and the history of Smithwick’s, Ireland’s oldest beer brand.
Location: Kilfenora, Co. Clare
The Centre introduces you to the amazing world-famous Burren region and its incredible history, geology, moon-like landscape, flora and fauna.
Open mid-March to October
Location: Belleek, Co. Fermanagh
Ireland's oldest working pottery and a top-class Visitor Centre. Discover the world of Belleek and see how these world-famous products are created.
Location: Killylea Road, Armagh, Co. Armagh
This Visitor Centre, on one of Ireland’s most important archaeological sites, offers unique insight into the history of Navan Fort and surrounds.
Location: South Quay, New Ross, Co. Wexford
Experience the sights, smells and sounds of a tall ship on board this full scale replica. With world-class exhibits & the Irish America Hall of Fame.
Location: Craggycoradon East, Doolin, Co. Clare
Home to he largest free-hanging Stalactite in Europe. One of the best kept secrets on Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way!
Location: Deepwater Quay, Cobh, Co. Cork
Learn the story of emigration from Cobh on board convict ships and coffin ships. Discover Cobh’s links with the Titanic & Lusitania. Moving & evocative.
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