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In Dublin not only beer and whiskey lovers get their money's worth: the capital of Ireland comes up with a variety of possibilities for exciting activities for every taste. For some popular things to do in Dublin, tickets and tours can be booked in advance. For your trip to Ireland we have compiled inspiration here at Ticketlens.
Maurizio MassaroBy Maurizio Massaro

The 6 best things to do in Dublin

A selection of ideas for activities in and around Dublin
Hop-On-Hop-Off-Bus in Dublin | Flickr: Mihai Bojin CC-BY 2.0

Get an overview of the city with a Hop-On Hop-Off tour

The moment you arrive in a new city, you often don't know where to start? That's where a tour on a Hop-On Hop-Off Bus can help! The routes of the double-decker buses cover the most important sights and attractions of Dublin and you can get off and on again at the appropriate stops at any time.
Whiskey tasting at Jameson® Distillery | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

Enjoy a good drop

Beer and whiskey are more than just drinks in Ireland: they are part of the cultural heritage. During guided tours of the Guinness® Brewery or the Jameson® Distillery you can of course also taste the products! Also the Irish Whiskey Museum informs about history and types of Irish whiskey and offers a tasting of different examples. Sláinte! Sláinte means health in Irish and Scottish Gaelic, used as a drinking toast.
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Long Room of the library of Trinity College | Flickr: John Mason CC-BY-SA 2.0

Discover the Book of Kells at Trinity College

An art-historical treat is Ireland's national treasure: the Book of Kells, an illustrated version of the four Gospels dating from the 9th century. Since the book, exhibited in the library of Trinity College, is one of Dublin's most important tourist attractions, it is worth booking tickets in advance.
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Visit Kilmainham Gaol

The former prison is the largest of its kind in all of Europe. Its history is linked to Ireland's quest for independence from Britain: Kilmainham Gaol was not used as a prison from 1924, 2 years after the establishment of the Irish Free State. In the courtyard is a monument to opposition members executed in prison here after the Easter Rising of 1916.
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Visit the mighty cathedrals of Dublin

Worth seeing are both the Gothic St. Patrick's Cathedral from the 12th century and the Gothic-Romanesque Christ Church Cathedral from the 11th century. While the former is considered the main national church of all Ireland, the latter is the seat of the Archbishop of Dublin.
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Experience the majestic nature of Ireland

Whether a hike along rugged coasts and the mountains of Ireland or a kayak tour: On the island there are great landscapes and natural monuments such as the Cliffs of Moher or the Giant's Causeway to discover. For this it is worth booking a day trip from Dublin, which in some cases already includes a guided hike - perfect for an active holiday in Ireland.
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3 Ideas for Family Activities in Dublin

Various things to do in Dublin with children
Sunset in Howth | Flickr: Giuseppe Milo CC-BY 2.0

Spend a day by the sea

Close to the city center and easily accessible by public transport are several beaches such as Sandymount, Killiney or Howth Beach, which are good for sandcastles and walks.
Imaginosity | Flickr: Judith Doyle CC-BY-ND 2.0


The interactive children's museum in Dublin is ideal for children up to the age of 10. Here, the youngest guests can playfully learn about different aspects of everyday life in a play city. Booking in advance is recommended, as Imaginosity is one of the city's most popular attractions with families.
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Phoenix Park & Dublin Zoo

With an area of 707 ha (7.07 km²) and an enclosing wall 11 km long, the Phoenix Park in the northwest of the center of Dublin, in which also the Dublin Zoo is located, is one of the largest inner-city parks in the world. While a visit to the zoo is a classic family activity, the extensive park is also a great place to relax and relax with children. If the legs get tired, here you can even use a shuttle bus that connects the main points of the park.
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The 7 most important attractions in Dublin

A selection of great attractions in Dublin, the capital of the Republic of Ireland
Glasnevin Cemetery | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

Glasnevin Cemetery

Over 50 hectares in size, the monumental Glasnevin Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Ireland. Many important personalities in recent Irish history have been buried here since 1832.
Guinness Storehouse | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

Guinness Storehouse®

The dark stout beer is drunk all over the world, but Guinness has its origins at St. James's Gate in Dublin. Today, guests can learn more about the history of beer and of course taste the traditional brew in the multimedia exhibition at the Storehouse. As the Guinness Storehouse is one of Dublin's most popular attractions, booking in advance is recommended.
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Book of Kells / Trinity College

One of the most important sights in Dublin is the library of Trinity College with its most valuable treasure: the Book of Kells. The medieval manuscript is a depiction of the four Gospels along with illustrations. In the museum of Trinity College, a reproduction can be browsed through, while 2 pages of the original are on display.
Kilmainham Gaol | Pixabay

Kilmainham Gaol

Once, the mighty and cold walls of Kilmainham Gaol were a prison, primarily for Irish independence fighters: After the Easter Rising in 1916, 14 of them were executed here. From the 1920s and Irish independence from the United Kingdom, the prison was no longer used and remains one of the most interesting attractions in Dublin.
Dublin Castle | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

Dublin Castle

In the center of Dublin stands the Norman Dublin Castle. With a ticket, you can tour the medieval castle, which was renovated in the 18th and 19th centuries, and guided tours are also offered. The castle's tower, the Record Tower, dates back to 1226 and is fully preserved.
St. Patrick's Cathedral | Ulmon: CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0

St. Patrick's Cathedral

The larger of the Gothic cathedrals in Dublin is very impressive and dates back to the 13th century. It is said that Saint Patrick baptized converts at this site as early as the 5th century. Another interesting fact for literature fans is that Jonathan Swift, the author of Gulliver's Travels, is buried here.
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Cathedral of St. Patrick | Flickr: Alain Roullier CC-BY-SA 2.0

Phoenix Park

A green oasis in Dublin is the extensive Phoenix Park, which is ideal for a break, but also offers some sights and attractions: the British-built Magazine Fort or the Dublin Zoo are such examples. The main points in the 7 km2 park are served by a dedicated shuttle bus in a circular route.

4 cool museums in Dublin that are worth your time

In our opinion, the best museums in Dublin are those that deal with various aspects of Irish culture and history in a vivid way, often with interactive exhibits as well as audioguides and guided tours.
Emigration Museum in Dublin | Flickr: William Murphy CC-BY-SA 2.0

EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum

Ireland is one of the traditional emigrant countries in Europe: over 10 million Irishmen and women left the island for America and other continents. The Migration Museum, founded in 2016, deals with the causes and consequences of emigration and highlights the biographies of Irish-born celebrities and politicians such as John F. Kennedy.
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The National Wax Museum Plus | Flickr: Spline Splinson CC-BY 2.0

The National Wax Museum Plus

The wax museum in Dublin offers many opportunities for fun souvenir photos with David Bowie, SpongeBob, and Gollum from The Lord of the Rings. Important historical figures have also been immortalized here as wax figures.
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Conchita Wurst at Madame Tussauds | Flickr: William Murphy CC-BY-SA 2.0

The Little Museum of Dublin

The city history of Dublin is illustrated in the Little Museum of Dublin. Topics range from Queen Victoria to more recent pop culture. Various theme-specific tours, for example, on writers, women's history or the Queer Dublin Tour, deepen the knowledge of specific areas of interest.
More sights in Dublin
Irish Whiskey Museum9 tickets & guided tours
Jameson Distillery Bow St.11 tickets & guided tours
General Post Office1 tickets & guided tours
Christ Church Cathedral6 tickets & guided tours
Powerscourt Estate2 tickets & guided tours
Teeling Whiskey Company4 tickets & guided tours
Jeanie Johnston2 tickets & guided tours
The Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum Experience3 tickets & guided tours
Maurizio Massaro
Written byMaurizio MassaroMaurizio is a cosmopolitan, a musician and comes around. In his role as a content manager at TicketLens, he is always striving to find new offers as well as writing about sights all over the world.
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