Steeped in history and youthful energy, Dublin is a city where the charming and cosmopolitan converge in delightful diversity. Fine museums and art galleries chronicle Dublin’s long and colourful past, while the pubs and cafes buzz with traditional and contemporary entertainment. Throughout Dublin city and county you will find an abundance of visitor attractions to discover and explore, from the most majestic museums to contemporary entertainment. Whether your interest is sport, history, art or literature, whether you want to follow a heritage trail, visit a zoo, eat in a castle or follow in the footsteps of Dublin’s many musical greats, there’s something for everyone in Dublin!
Dublin Tourism operate four tourist offices that provide visitors with free maps and guides to Dublin, as well as best advice on what to do while in the capital.
Visit the experts on Dublin at: Dublin Tourism Centre, Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, Official Dublin Tourist Office, O’Connell Street, Dublin 1, Official Dublin Tourist Office, Terminal 1, Dublin Airport and Official Dublin Tourist Office, Dun Laoghaire Ferry Port.
Opening Hours: Monday - Saturday 9.00-17.30 and open Sundays all year round 10.30-15.00, click here for more information
Purchase the Dublin Pass Sightseeing Card for great savings!
With a 2 day valid ticket and 25 stops at Dublin’s top visitor attractions, there is no better way to see Dublin. This fun and friendly 90 minute tour departs daily every 10-20 minutes. Enjoy live English guide commentary, audio commentary in 8 languages or kid’s commentary. Audio commentary is available in Spanish, Italian, French, German, Japanese, Russian, Irish and English. Stops include Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle and National Museums, where you can enjoy discounts when you present your tour ticket. City Sightseeing also offers a special after dark alternative on their City By Night Tour. Hop on board for a one loop tour of the city with light-hearted commentary. The tour takes in the elegant houses in Georgian Dublin and the spectacular newly developed Docklands, home to the Convention Centre and the O2, which are truly beautifully lit at night. Watch out for buildings turned green as part of Greening the City at festival time. Enjoy an exclusive rate by booking here. Don’t forget kids under 12 years of age travel FREE!
Sorry, tours won’t be operating on St. Patrick’s Day.
For more information visit: City Sightseeing Dublin.
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The Irish Tourist Assistance Service is free a specialist service, offering immediate support and assistance to tourists who experience crime, while visiting Ireland.