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Share space with roughly 1 000 000 residents in this Dublin locality.
You'll discover more iconic sights here than you can shake a stick at. Dublin Castle and Christ Church Cathedral ought to be among your first priorities. Of course, you aren't going to want to skip Ha' Penny Bridge and the Dublinia either.
The troops will be rapt in Dublin, as it boasts a great bunch of whole family fun activities. Firstly, you might like to stop in at National Aquatic Centre or Clondalkin Leisure Centre. Don't forget to also let the kids run wild at the National Wax Museum Plus and Saggart Pitch and Putt Course.
You and your children don't need to get wet to find out what resides in our oceans. Make a trip to National Sealife Centre and delight your inner adventurer.
The Dublin Zoo provides you with the opportunity to see so many awesome critters. Don't miss the chance to visit and experience it for yourself!
Does an excursion that revolves around beer sound interesting? Head to the Guinness Storehouse and see where this ancient beverage is crafted.
There are several great casinos here, making it the perfect destination for those who enjoy the sound of rolling dice and shuffling cards. Warm up with a few bets at the Casino at Marino or the Fitzwilliam Casino & Card Club. Punters with loads of stamina can also try their hand at the Dr. Quirkey's Good Time Emporium and the Sporting Emporium Casino, Dublin.
Dublin has a number of beautiful curated gardens that contain some fascinating botanical collections. Discover the tracks around the National Botanic Gardens or take a moment to enjoy the tranquil environment of the Talbot Botanic Gardens. If you happen to be staying close to the Castle Gardens, it might also be a handy spot to stop off at.
If you've been flat out like a lizard drinking, why not take a rest in some of Dublin's great parks? Mosey on over to the Garden of Remembrance or St. Stephen's Green and soak up the tranquil surroundings. Additional options include Phoenix Park and Peoples Park.
Get to know the best local activities in this area at Waterways Visitor Centre.
Of all the things to do in the area, lovers of the outdoors will remember visiting Powerscourt Waterfall.
Don't leave town without a visit to the serene natural spot, The Forty Foot.
There's a heap of top-notch beaches waiting to be found around this area. Sandymount Beach and Donabate Beach are both popular among local folk. Dollymount Beach is also worthy of a trip if you have time.
This area has a range of nature conservation areas and parks where you and your family can embrace an exciting day out. Two main spots are Dalkey Island and Howth Harbour. Do you have a day or two more? Then consider Dun Laoghaire Harbour and St Annes Park too.
Are you a big museum fan? You'll have a great time in this destination. Two popular examples are the Dublin Writers Museum and the James Joyce Cultural Centre. If you are looking for something more to do, you could also drop in at the National Leprechaun Museum or Bray Heritage Centre.
Many tourists find themselves hooked by exploits of fortitude and excitement on the high seas. Find out more about this place's maritime history and take a look at antique boats and objects at the National Maritime Museum of Ireland and the National Maritime Institute Museum.
If you're looking for something to do that is both stimulating and engaging, don't forgo the Science Gallery. Everyone will encounter something to entertain them in its absorbing collections and activities.
Dublin is a terrific place to discover all sorts of new facts and stories about the world and our place within it. With a varied collection and engaging exhibits, the National Museum of Natural History is up there with the best natural history museums in the area. The National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology and the National Museum of Ireland - Natural History are two other good options If you have the time.
Has the time come to jazz up your life with a bit of sophistication? Dublin has a few art galleries and exhibition spaces that will get your creative juices going. The National Gallery of Ireland at Merrion Square and the Irish Museum of Modern Art are two of the leading options. Still want more? The Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art and the Chester Beatty Library and Gallery of Oriental Art are a perfect way to end the day.
If you're keen on history, we recommend that you get lost in at least one of the numerous exhibition spaces around town. Get your head around the building blocks of the region at the Dalkey Heritage Centre and the Pearse Museum. If you want to see and do it all, stop by at the Little Museum of Dublin and the Dvblinia & the Viking World.
This holiday destination is a unique mix of the new and old, offering history lovers lots of things to get out and see. You can spend at least a day on a self-guided tour of the War Memorial Gardens, the Trinity College and Four Courts. Kilmainham Gaol Historical Museum is another rewarding experience if you have the time to spare.
History lovers will enjoy a visit to O'Connell Bridge, one of Dublin's most interesting remnants of the past. Enjoy a stroll around this old structure and admire it from a few different vantage points, then read up on the rich stories surrounding its construction and use over time.
Dublin's castles are some great places in which to learn about the events that have shaped the area over time. With alluring façades and a truckload of stories to tell, Malahide Castle and Clontarf Castle should be at the top of your itinerary. Some other worthy options are Ardgillan Castle and Drimnagh Castle.
You needn't be spiritual to delight in the wide variety of sacred sites spread throughout this area. If you would like to take a look at some, start your tour at St. Patrick's Cathedral and St. Michan's Church, then cap off your day at St. Audeon's Church or John's Lane Augustinian Church.
There are a variety of other less well-known locations around if you are keen to visit some more modest attractions. We'd suggest the Leopardstown Racecourse or Clara Lara Fun Park as decent spots to fill a few hours. River Dodder and the Mermaid County Wicklow Arts Centre can also be worth a look if you're keen to see everything.
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