10 Things to Do in Dublin

10 Things to Do in Dublin this week

If you are visiting Dublin, then know that you will be heading to one of the top travel destinations in the world. Dublin is not just known for its natural beauty, but also the rich history and culture it has. A visit will bring you face to face with certain fascinating attractions, and you will cherish every single minute of your stay. Here are some of the top things you should strive to see and do when in Dublin.

Best Things to do in Dublin this Summer

Visit the Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is among the most popular tourist attractions in Europe, and a visit to Dublin will never be complete without making a stop here for a pint of Guinness. In this place, you will learn everything to know about the legendary stout that Arthur Guinness left behind. This is where you find the real original taste of Guinness.


Visit Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle

The Dublin Castle dates back to 1204 and it is one of the most historic sites in Europe. The castle is on an impressive 11 acres of land, where you will find ruin and museums, as well as the true history of Dublin. This is a guided tour, lest you run away with some of the secrets.


St. Patrick’s Cathedral

St. Patrick’s Cathedral

The St. Patrick’s Cathedral is not only the largest cathedral in Dublin but also the national cathedral of the Church of Ireland. It is located on a site where it is believed St. Patrick got baptized hundreds of years ago. It is one of the very few structures that are still standing in Dublin from medieval times.


Trinity College and The Book of Kells

Trinity College and The Book of Kells

Trinity College was founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I. It is one of the oldest and notable colleges in Ireland, and it is where renowned writers such as Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift among others came from.


Tour St. Stephen’s Green

Tour St. Stephen’s Green

St. Stephen’s Green is a beautiful park that remains typically green throughout the year. It is a great place to visit if you don’t want to stick to your hotel room or visit crowded tourist attraction sites.


Phoenix Park and the Zoo

Phoenix Park and the Zoo

Phoenix Park is the largest enclosed park in any city in Europe, and it features lots of green, clean lakes and wooded areas. This is where you come to when you are tired of the hustle and bustle of the city.


Visit the National Gallery of Ireland

National Gallery of Ireland

This is a must-visit place for every art lover who comes to Dublin. It is entirely free to enter and inside, you will find Ireland’s national art collections, with some dating to over three hundred years ago. You will also find works by renowned artists who came from Ireland but are now celebrated all over the world.


Learn about the history of Dublinia

history of Dublinia

Dublinia is believed to be the initial Viking settlement, and in this museum, you will get to learn more about the cultural, historical and social events that shaped Ireland. You will also learn more about the day to day lives of the Viking, including more about slavery in the Middle Ages.


Tour the Old Jameson Distillery

Old Jameson Distillery

The Old Jameson Distillery is another historic gem you have to visit when you are in Dublin. The distillery stopped working in the 1970s, though tours are still offered in the facility to tell you the history and the process of making one of the most refined whiskeys in the world.


Take a trip to the Wicklow Mountains

Wicklow Mountains

The Wicklow Mountains is another tour you must never miss when you are in Dublin. It is a popular filming location for romance movies, and when you see the unbelievably beautiful landscape, you will also wish that you could make your romantic film in the mountains.