City Assembly Hall
This elegant Georgian townhouse was built between 1766 and 1771 by the Society of Artists as the first purpose-built public exhibition...
1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
Superb two-hour tour starting in the International Bar , Wicklow St. Lots of information, humour and irreverence to boot. The guides –...
Currently one of the busiest bars in town, the 'Pyg' caters to a largely student crowd with its €10 pitchers, pounding music and...
Coppinger Row Market
It’s small – only a handful of stalls – but packs a proper organic punch, attracting punters with the waft of freshly baked breads,...
Powerscourt Townhouse Shopping Centre · interesting places nearby
Everything is baked and made daily at the lovely cafe on the 1st-floor balcony of the Powerscourt Townhouse. The salads with homemade brown bread are delicious but the real treat is the soup of the day (€4.50) – the ideal liquid lunch.