Dublin thematic routes
Between traditional and rock music, you will be spoiled.
- It's exploding all over the Temple Bar and Camden neighborhoods ...
- Don't miss the Rock Museum, which lives up to Ireland's prestigious reputation.
With family, with children
- Some museums, like the National Museum of Archeology and the Natural History Museum, have superb dioramas and fabulous collections of stuffed animals.
- In Temple Bar, a compulsory visit to the Ark, the 1st cultural center in Europe totally dedicated to children ...
- Dublinia, a successful audiovisual dive into 4 centuries of history, will enchant them,
- like Phoenix Park and its bike rides among the deer as well as its zoo.
The south shore is yours.
- First, Grafton Street, then the huge Powerscourt shopping center and the sophisticated boutiques of the surrounding streets.
- In Liberties, second-hand stores and flea markets ...
- North Shore, popular department stores on Henry and Talbot Street.
History of Ireland
- You will find her at Dublin Castle,
- at the GPO (la Grande Poste), the site of the 1916 Easter uprising and in its museum,
- at Kilmainham prison where all the heroes of Ireland stayed,
- at the Emigration Museum and on the Jeanie Johnston boat ...
- Without forgetting the Little Museum of Dublin, a museum of daily life in Dublin in the XNUMXth century
- Dublin Writers Museum
- The Museum of Literature Ireland
- Trinity College and its magnificent Book of Kells
- The National Library and Yeats Expo, the James Joyce Center
- The Sweny's Pharmacy for warm Joycian reads ...
- Without forgetting the Dublin Literary Pub Crawl, a hot literary pub crawl ...
The monuments are not lacking.
- GPO (Large post)
- Four Courts (the imposing courthouse)
- Custom House (masterpiece by J. Gandon)
- Leinster House (now Parliament), long the prettiest private "house" in Dublin
- Mansion House
- Bank of Ireland (former Parliament of Ireland)
- National Museum of Decorative Arts, a former XNUMXth century English barracks