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The Best Museums in Dublin

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Museums in Dublin

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Kilmainham Gaol Museum turns the clock back a few decades, offering you a look inside one of history's most notorious prisons. The imposing g
Tours from £5
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Have a pint of Ireland's favorite beer at Guinness Storehouse, which narrates the history of one of the country's major exports. The old stor
Tours from £9
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Housing a trove of archeological treasures, National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology displays items unearthed in Ireland as well as items fro
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Discover the history of Irish whiskey making and sip on a sample of the golden spirit on this guided 1-hour Irish Whiskey Museum experience. Trace the origins of the beloved drink and hear how the whiskey industry in Ireland has changed and evolved over the years. Listen to your guide reveal anecdotes as you examine the informative exhibits. At the end, enjoy a complimentary whiskey tasting. Upgrade to taste a premium aged whiskey and take home a souvenir of your experience.
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Art Museum
Chester Beatty , Dublin
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Chester Beatty houses a large collection of Islamic and Far Eastern artifacts, including manuscripts, prints, paintings, rare books, and deco
Tours from £5
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Learn about Ireland's rich sports culture at Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum, which opens a window into the world of the country's top a
Tours from £15

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Where to stay in Dublin

Dublin offers everything from luxury hotels to eclectic guesthouses. Explore over 1,000 years of history in the city on foot by staying at one of the hotels or hostels in the city center. The south side of the river has always been a popular place to stay, particularly near Temple University or the tourist nightlife center Temple Bar, but a new crop of attractive options has popped up on the north side as well. For more affordable accommodations, try a hostel or make your way toward St. Stephen's Green for a more comfortable stay at a mid-range hotel. If the artistic spirit of Dublin is what beckoned you, spend your holiday in a guesthouse near the creative Lower Gardiner Street.
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