Top visitor attractions in Ireland
Recently, Failte Ireland published list of the top visitor attractions in Ireland. To make it easy on you, we have a list for you here, with handy tips and directions. Don’t say we don’t look after you 🙂
1. Guinness Storehouse
Not surprisingly, top visitor attraction in Ireland is Guinness Storehouse. Go any find out all about how the black stuff is made, try different types of Guinness from all over the world and finish off with a pint in the Gravity Bar. Gravity Bar must be one of our favourite spots on a clear day, as you get amazing 360 degrees view of Dublin!
2. Dublin Zoo
Unmissable! Spend a day wondering around Dublin Zoo, set within Phoenix Park. Check out deadly and cuddly animals, funny ones, and everything in between!
3. Cliffs of Moher
Get a day tour from Dublin or Galway, or even better, grab our special offer that included Dublin, Galway and Cliffs of Moher at crazy low price, and marvel at the unmissable sights of Cliffs. Over 8 km in length, and over 200 meters high, these sure are breathtaking!
4. Book of Kells, Dublin
Set in the Trinity College, centuries old book of Kells, and magnificent Long Room which houses over 200,000 of the Library’s oldest books in its oak bookcases. Think about magical libraries in movies, and you will be close to how unreal this one looks like! Our friendly guides on free walking tour of Dublin with tell you more about it 🙂
Oh, as we are all about budget choices, make sure to visit top FREE attractions in Ireland:
The top ten in full:
1. National Gallery, Dublin
2. National Botanic Gardens, Dublin
3. Farmleigh, Dublin
4. National Museum of Ireland: Archaeology, Dublin
5. Newbridge Silverware, Kildare
6. Science Gallery, Dublin
7. National Museum of Ireland: Natural History, Dublin
8. National Library of Ireland, Dublin
9. National Museum of Ireland: Decorative Arts & History, Dublin
10. Chester Beatty Library, Dublin
Our staff swears by Chester Beatty Library & The Science Gallery. As they are completely free, there is excuse people! Get cultured 🙂
If you need help planning, printable map of Dublin is right here!