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Dublin Zoo

Ireland’s most popular family attraction, the 28 hectare park in the heart of Dublin is home to some 400 animals

cat-icon Dublin Zoo, Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

FUSION MARKET

Amazing international stalls, delicious street-food, interactive workshops and live performances can be experienced at this unique event

cat-icon Dublin Food Co-op, 12 Newmarket, Merchants Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

Dublinia

A great family day out and one of Dublin’s top visitor attractions

cat-icon Christchurch, Dublin

Wax Museum Dublin.The History of Ireland,Waxworks and So Much more

The National Wax Museum Plus is a magical museum for children & adults

cat-icon 22+Westmoreland Street, Lafayette Building, Dublin 2

Viking Splash Tours

Join Viking Splash Tours on a thrilling tour around the main sights of Dublin City – by land and water!

cat-icon St Stephens Green North, Dublin 2

O’Connell Street Walk

Daniel O’Connell’s Statue at the top of the street, Spire and General Post office in the middle of O’Connell Street.

cat-icon Dublin, Ireland

General Post Office

Situated in the heart of Dublin, the Post office is a historical site

cat-icon O'Connell Street Upper, Dublin 1, Ireland

St. Mary’s Pro-Cathedral: the Highlights

Opened in 1825, neoclassical architecture St Mary’s Church is called St Mary’s Pro-Cathedral or just Pro-Cathedral

cat-icon 83 Marlborough St, Dublin 1