Tourist Information Dublin

Tourist Information Dublin County

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The National Museum of Ireland, Decorative Arts & History is home to a wide range of objects, which include ceramics furniture, & silver.
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Glendalough, in the Wicklow mountains, is known for its spectacular scenery, rich history, archaeology and abundant wildlife.
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Newbridge House is a delightful 18th century manor set on 350 acres of parkland, boasting one of the finest Georgian interiors in Ireland
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The National Museum of Ireland - Natural History has galleries of animals from Ireland and overseas and many geological exhibits.
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Dating back to 1198, The Brazen Head, in Dublin, is just over 800 years old and the oldest pub in Ireland.
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The statue James Joyce statue in Earl Street, Dublin was sculpted by Marjorie Fitzgibbon and unveiled in 1990.
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Originally just a small, picturesque fishing village, Howth with its surrounding rural district is now a busy suburb of Dublin.
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The James Joyce Tower, setting for the opening of the novel Ulysses, holds a museum devoted to the life and works of James Joyce.
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The National Transport Museum house vehicles dating back as far as 1883.
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Skerries has a unique collection of mills including 2 wind mills and a water mill.
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Ardgillan Castle is a large country house built in 1738 on the outskirts of Dublin.
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The Artworks Cafe is aimed at creative adults and children who would like to create or paint their own ceramic artworks.
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Dalkey Castle & Heritage Centre provides a great family day out in the 14th Century Castle in Dalkey town centre.
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The Dublin Writers Museum opened in 1991 in an original 18th-century house, which accommodates the museum rooms, library, and gallery.
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The Fry Model Railway is a unique collection of handmade models of Irish trains, from the beginning of rail travel to modern times.
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Howth Castle, one of the oldest occupied buildings in Ireland, is the ancestral home of the line of the Earl of Howth.
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The Bail(e)y Lighthouse is a lighthouse on the southeastern part of Howth Head in Dublin, Ireland.
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Ireland's Eye is a small uninhabited island off the coast of Dublin. The island is easily reached by regular tourist boats.
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Malahide Castle, parts of which date to the 12th century, is set on 260 acres estate parkland in the seaside town of Malahide.
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