Dublin is a great drinking city but there's more to this place than just crackin' bars. It's culturally rich with an exciting history that's well worth exploring.
This multi-purpose arts & entertainment centre in Dublin’s Blanchardstown brings you virtually everything in terms of entertainment. There is comedy, theatre, music, film, dance, exhibitions and others. Just drop by and see if something is for you.
The James Joyce Museum
Fans of the Irish author will know that this wonderful Martello building that houses the museum is featured at the beginning of his 'Ulysses'. If you’re not familiar with him, the building now houses a free museum where you can examine the writer's letters, photographs, personal possessions and memorabilia.
The DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transit)
Wherever you want to go, the DART will take you there. From sandy beaches and beautiful parks to theatres, harbour villages and museums and much more, just hop on and enjoy the ride. DART tickets and fares offer customers great value, and services operate every 15 minutes all day.
This 13th century structure has been a military fortress, a prison, treasury, courts of law and the seat of English Administration in Ireland for 700 years. It's now used for state receptions and Presidential Inaugurations. If you love history,