Featured Places to Visit and Things To Do in Dublin

Olympia Theatre

This former Victorian music hall on Dame Street is now a popular concert venue.  It looks small on the outside, but holds an impressive 1,240 seats inside at a very steep incline, so if you have vertigo choose a seat in the … [read more...]

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Leopardstown Racecourse

While this fun horse racing track is located 6 miles south of Dublin city centre, the LUAS line can take you there in minutes (I do not have a car so that helps a lot).  They have a full schedule of races and family events … [read more...]

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Dublin LGBTQ Pride Festival

Dublin Pride is a festival celebrating the rich diversity of the LGBTQ community and has grown from a one-day event into a 10-day extravaganza. As you can guess, Pride Parade Day is the the highlight with tens of thousands … [read more...]

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CHQ Dublin

I did not know that the chq building was formerly a tobacco store in the 1800's with vaults down below used to store vine.  All I know is that this shopping centre in the heart of the IFSC is a pleasant spot to shop, eat, and … [read more...]

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Science Gallery

What other city in the world besides Dublin can claim to have an interactive, educational, and thought-provoking (art) gallery devoted to science?  This unique gallery (part of Trinity College) changes their main exhibition … [read more...]

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International Festival of Literature Dublin

Formerly called the Dublin Writers Festival, Ireland's premier literary event brings your favourite authors to the city for insightful talks, debates, workshops, and of course signings. The re-branded 2015 festival is … [read more...]

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