Things to Do & Attractions in Ireland

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Gallarus Oratory

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Gallarus Oratory is Ireland's best preserved early Christian church. The exact year of its construction is not known, but it is believed to be more than a ...  Read more

Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum

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One of the most popular attractions in Dublin, the Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship and Famine Museum is dedicated to the Great Famine of 1845 to 1852, when over 1 ...  Read more

St Anne’s Park

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If the constant buzz of Dublin’s streets leaves you seeking a moment of solace, escape to sprawling St. Anne’s Park in the city’s northern suburbs. In this ...  Read more

Titanic Quarter

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No ship is more famous than the luxurious Titanic and nowhere on earth is better equipped to tell its story than the Titanic Quarter of Belfast. This 185-acre ...  Read more

Viking Triangle

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Wayfaring Norse invaders first arrived in Ireland in the eighth century, and while they looted, enslaved and caused quite a bit of destruction, these early ...  Read more


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Perhaps the most important thing to understand about Cork is that it’s not another Dublin. As the second largest city in Ireland, Cork and its residents have ...  Read more

Rock of Cashel

4.5 star rating: Recommended 144 Reviews

High ground is valuable ground when you need to fend off an attack, and since the Rock of Cashel sits on a knoll above the surrounding countryside, it makes ...  Read more


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If you don’t believe in love at first sight then you’ve never been to Kilkenny. As the smallest city in all of Ireland (there are 25,000 residents), Kilkenny ...  Read more

Bunratty Castle and Folk Village

4.5 star rating: Recommended 74 Reviews

While many of Ireland’s Medieval castles have been reduced to crumbling ruins, Bunratty Castle is a rare exception—having been masterfully restored in 1954 to ...  Read more

Dunmore Cave

4.5 star rating: Recommended 41 Reviews

The limestone cave complex at Dunmore stretches around 0.5 km (0.25 miles) underground and descends to a depth of 46 m (150 ft). It is open for guided tours of ...  Read more


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Even though it’s only an hour from Dublin, Avoca is a town where visitors feel like they’ve traveled back 400 years. Much of that feeling can be attributed to ...  Read more


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In Ireland, passage tombs are mysterious relics left over from 5,000 years ago. In these large tombs from 3300 BC, human remains are often found buried ...  Read more


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Where the River Lee flows out of Cork and into the Atlantic Sea, Cobh sits wrapped in the protective arms of its Cork Harbor surroundings. This picturesque ...  Read more

Christ Church Cathedral

4.5 star rating: Recommended 21 Reviews

One of the oldest buildings in Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral is located in the former medieval heart of the city. Founded in 1030 by Sitric, King of the ...  Read more

Trim Castle

4.5 star rating: Recommended 20 Reviews

There are Anglo-Norman castles in Ireland, and then there’s the powerful Trim Castle. Located in the hills of County Meath, this massive, 12th-century ...  Read more

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