Markievicz Leisure Centre
Richard Cassel's first independent work in Dublin, dating from 1734.
The university's oldest existing building, dating from roughly 1690. It's now used as accommodation for students.
The dining hall was originally designed in 1743 by Richard Cassels (aka Castle), but dismantled 15 years later because of problems...
This is too big a boozer to be an 'old man pub', but it was established in 1754, the flagstone floors are original and the pint it...
Take a traditional pub and introduce a chef with a vision: hey presto you've got a gastropub (surprisingly one of the few in the city)...
Townsend St · interesting places nearby
Markievicz Leisure Centre information
This excellent fitness centre has a swimming pool, a workout room (with plenty of gym machines) and a sauna. You can swim for as long as you please, but children are only allowed at off-peak times (10am to 5.30pm Monday to Saturday).