Is there anything to do in Dublin?
Endless Dublin attractions
If you're into museums and historical sites, Christ Church Cathedral, 14 Henrietta Street, the Little Museum of Dublin and the National History Museum are worth checking out. There's also Dublin Castle, St Stephen's Green, The Famine Memorial, Merrion Square and the Chester Beatty.
What's Dublin famous for?
What's Dublin Famous For?
The National Museum of Ireland. Grafton Street. Trinity College Dublin. The Guinness Storehouse. Shop at Powerscourt Centre. Kilmainham Gaol. Croke Park stadium. Delahunt restaurant.
What attractions are open in Dublin?
Visit Dublin Attractions & Museums - Open Now
Although there is not much of the original castle remaining, the site is well worth visiting. The tour will take you about 70 minutes and there is plenty to see but once the tour is over you can go back through the apartments to review things that may have been missed.
Dublin ranked 39th most expensive city, in Mercer's cost of living survey. Dublin is ranked the 39th most expensive city to live in for expatriate employees, the Mercer 2021 Cost of Living Survey shows. Dublin is up seven places from its position last year, behind Paris at 33rd most expensive and Milan at 36th.
Until the end of 2021, entry to Dublin Castle is FREE for all visitors.
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HOW LONG DOES THE GUINNESS STOREHOUSE TOUR TAKE? We recommend allowing at least 90 minutes to explore with the self-guided experience.