The book of kells located at Trinity College Dublin is one of the oldest illuminated manuscripts in the world, suitably located in the Long Room of Ireland’s most impressive library. this is one of dublin’s most popular attractions and definitely worth taking a look at.
EPIC the Irish emigration museum is nearby the hotel and a great spot to spend a few hours. it is just a 15 minute walk from the hotel and is within the CHQ building which also sports shops, bakeries and even a microbrewery.
The Little Museum at Stephen’s Green offers guided tours to transport you back to some amazing moments in Irish history. the name perfectly describes what it is, the little museum, it may be small but a lot of fascinating history can be found within these walls.
Molly Malone be sure to grab a photo with Molly when you’re passing by, located at Suffolk Street just at the end of grafton street, the statue is the most iconic in Dublin.
Dublin Castle can be found on Dame Street and was built in the 13th Century and now acts as a government complex and tourist attraction. the castle is open for tours every day and is just off of the Temple Bar area so a few pints might be calling you afterwards.
Jameson Whiskey Distillery enjoy a guided tour or join the whiskey cocktail making class and try your hand at being a mixologist or is whiskey blending more your thing? in that case then you can you try the 90 minute whiskey blending masterclass which is hosted by one of the Jameson ambassadors.
Guinness Storehouse learn how to pour your own pint of the black stuff or how about drinking one with your face on it? lots to see and do at the storehouse, the home of Ireland’s most iconic beer. with panoramic views of the city from the Gravity Bar, sit back and soak up Dublin the right way!