RDS ARENA, DUBLIN
JUNE 11-13, 2018

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RDS ARENA, DUBLIN
JUNE 11-13, 2018

Dublin's must-see sights

 
Want to see more of the Big Smoke during your trip? Dublin is a compact city so you can cover a lot in a short time. From our proud brewing and distilling traditions to our history and folklore, there’s a lot to experience in Dublin.

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Sip a pint of the black stuff high above Dublin

Named Europe’s leading tourist attraction, the home of Guinness is as popular as the drink itself. Take the tour and learn all about what goes into the making of a pint of Guinness, visit their tasting rooms, and see how the brand evolved over 250 years. To top it all off all visitors will enjoy a pint of the black stuff atop their Gravity bar with a view of Dublin city unlike any other.

Take a stroll through Ireland’s oldest university

Originally set up in 1592, Trinity College has long been one of Dublin’s big visitor attractions. There’s something to see in every corner of the campus, from the main chamber of the Old Library and the Book of Kells, to the buildings that celebrate Trinity’s famous alumni, the Oscar Wilde centre and the Samuel Beckett theatre. Short walking tours of the campus also run during this time of year and take in Trinity’s history, architecture, and its most famous alumni.

Visit the Louvre of leprechauns

The Leprechaun Museum is a celebration of Irish folklore and mythology, told through the tradition of oral storytelling. The tour takes visitors on a journey and introduces them to a variety of creatures from Irish folklore, brought to life through theatrical sets and optical illusions.

See Dublin by land and water

Learn about Dublin’s viking history from the seat of a reconditioned World War II amphibious military vehicle. The tour will take you down some of Dublin’s oldest streets as the tour captain tells you all about Dublin’s history, from its founding as a viking settlement over 1000 years ago to its development into a thriving European city. The tour ends with a descent into the waters of Dublin’s Grand Canal basin, located in the city’s tech centre.

Experience viking and medieval Dublin

Located at the crossroads of the medieval city at Christ Church, where modern and old Dublin meet, Dublinia is a not for profit heritage centre celebrating the city’s viking and medieval history. Learn about the lives of Dublin’s citizens throughout the ages through exhibitions and historical reenactments.