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[title size=”2″]Cultural Tourist Attractions in Dublin[/title]

If you are looking to experience culture – Dublin has a huge mount to offer in terms of cultural attractions.

Dublin is a city that will capture your imagination, with a huge amount on offer to those interested in culture. Whether you want to explore the centuries of heritage that started over 1,000 years ago with the Vikings in Dublinia, or immerse yourself in beautiful Georgian Dublin with Number Twenty Nine, culture and history are never far away when you visit Dublin. For those interested in history, Kilmainham Gaol is a fascinating experience and tells the story of the Irish rebellions, while the Guinness Storehouse and the Old Jameson Distillery provide a wealth of information on some of Ireland’s most famous drinks. To sample sporting culture, visit Croke Park and try your hand at Hurling and GAA and even enjoy some breathtaking views over Dublin City with the Croke Park Skyline Tour.

Further information on the tourist attractions listed above are:

Kilmainham Gaol
This fully restored prison, one of the largest unoccupied prisons in Europe tells the story of the Irish rebellions that were captured in 1916 and subsequently executed (with the exception of Éamon de Valera who later became the President of Ireland). This attraction will help make the history of Ireland feel real, with almost every part of the prison open for exploration. For more information about Kilmainham Gaol, click here.

Guinness Storehouse
Known around the world, Guinness is perhaps Ireland’s most famous export and has been over the last number of years Ireland’s most popular tourist attraction.  The museum tells the story of the origins of Guinness, the ingredients, the history and the characters involved and finishes with a chance to sample a pint in the stunning gravity bar. For more information click here.