Dublin city is full of history and charm with plenty to see and do. There are lots of museums and galleries to visit, great shopping streets, wonderful cafés and restaurants along with great pubs and nightlife. 

Take a look at Visit Dublin as a guide to the city - including what's on, Dublin sights and events and tours. Here are just a few suggestions of places to visit;

The Old Jameson Distillery

 jamesonwhiskey.com | Smithfield

Where better to discover the story of Jameson than at its original home? The Old Jameson Distillery opened over 200 years ago in Smithfield, Dublin. During the Guided Tour you will learn about the history of the whiskey, how it gets it's famous taste, experience a tasting masterclass and of course at the end you can quench your thirst with a Jameson Ginger & Lime.

Kilmainham Gaol

HeritageIreland.ie | Kilmainham

Kilmainham Gaol has been at the forefront of Ireland's history since the 18th century up until the independence of our country. Not only is it one of the largest unoccupied gaols in Europe but it has detained many leaders of Irish rebellions since the 1798 rebellion. Experience the daily life and hardship of the prison as you relive the harshest and most important years of our island.

Guinness Storehouse

Guinness Storehouse | St James's Gate

The home of Ireland's most well known drink and also the most visited tourist attraction in the country, a stop at the Guinness Storehouse for a pint of the 'black stuff' is on the to-do-list of nearly every visitor to our shores. Learn about the history of the company, how it's made, how to pour the perfect pint and at the end enjoy panoramic views of the city with a pint in hand.