Tourist Information Dublin

Tourist Information South Central Dublin

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Kilmainham Gaol is one of the largest unoccupied gaols in Europe, & was involved in some of the most heroic & tragic events in Irish history
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Dublin Zoo, in Phoenix Park, is a great day out for all the family.
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St. James's Gate Brewery, the home of Guinness, was founded in 1759 in Dublin by Arthur Guinness.
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The Four Courts, originally designed by James Gandon, in Dublin is the main court building of the Republic of Ireland.
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Whiskey has been distilled in Ireland for over 1,000 years, using a process originally invented in the Middle East for distilling perfume.
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Drimnagh castle, a Norman building, is the only remaining castle in Ireland with a flooded moat around it.
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The Wellington Monument is a 62 metre high obelisk sited in the Phoenix Park, Dublin.
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Dodder Valley Park is a 6km linear park with rich heritage.
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Explore the 7 stages of whiskey making with the largest Irish whiskey producing company in the world.
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St Audoen's Church of Ireland is the only remaining medieval parish church in Dublin.
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Bushy Park is a large suburban public park in Terenure, Dublin.
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The Chocolate Warehouse teaches visitors the story of chocolate and mystique of chocolate with hands on working experience provided.
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The huge observation wheel gives stunning views over the capital as well as the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains.
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John's Lane Church opened in 1874 on the site of St. John's Hospital. It is located close to the centre of the medieval city.
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