Things To Do In Dublin City

Guinness Storehouse

Ireland’s number one visitor attraction!  It is a seven story building. At the end of the tour you get a free pint of Guinness. The admission fees are in the link below

Guinness StorehouseKylemore Karting

Indoor karting with 3 large courses . The courses are 360 meters long the winner gets a prize at the end of each race. The admission fees are in the link below

Kylemore Karting

 

Aquatic Centre

Swimming pool with water slides. There is a pool for diving, a childrens play pool  and a wave pool. The admission fees are in the link below

Aquatic Centre

Tallaght Stadium

If you like to watch football matches, there is no better way to spend an evening at Tallaght Stadium. It is the home of shamrock rovers.  Admission fees are in the link below

Tallaght stadium

Kilmainham Gaol

This jail is not being used now for prisoners, it is now a historic tour which you get guided around and you see some of the leaders from the rebellions such as Robert emmet, Charles Stewart Parnell and Eamon DeValera.  Admission fees are in the link below

Kilmainham Gaol

Shelbourne Greyhound Stadium 

Open on Wednesday Thursday and Saturday nights. It is great  way to spend A night out with your friends or even your family. The admission fees are in the link below

Shelbourne Greyhound Stadium

Croke Park Tours

Guided tours about hurling and Gaelic football. They cater for school tours and large groups. Admission fees are in the link below

Croke Park

Butlers Chocolate Experience

Learn how to decorate chocolate, chocolate tasting, tour of the factory. Also learn about the history of chocolate and see how the fudge, toffee and chocolate bars are created.  Admission fees are in the link below

Butlers Chocolate Experience

Harolds Cross Greyhound Stadium

Open on a Monday, Tuesday and Friday nights.  It  is great if you want to go out with friends and family for a bit of fun. Admission fees are in the link below

Harolds Cross Greyhound Stadium

Howth Golf Club 

A 18 hole course in Howth golf club with great views of the Dublin bay and Dublin north coast.  Admission fees are in the link below

Howth Golf Club

 

La Mere Zou

French restaurant located in a basement of a Georgian house on Stephens green.

La Mere Zou

The Gaiety Theatre

The thearte opened up on the 27th of November 1871.  Since then the thearte has been showing  different kinds of shows on such as opera, musicals, drama, comedy and much more.

Gaiety Thearte

 

The Bord Gais Energy Thearte 

Opened up in 2010. The first performance to be on stage there was swan lake and has different kind of shows on such as musicals, drama and comedy.

Bord Gais Energy Thearte

 

 

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