Dublin Discovered Boat Tours
'See the sights without the traffic' is the pitch; you get to hear the history of Dublin from a watery point of view aboard an...
The Ha'penny Bridge – officially known as the Liffey Bridge – was built in 1816 and remains one of the world's oldest cast-iron bridges....
National Leprechaun Museum
Ostensibly designed as a child-friendly museum of Irish folklore, this is really a romper-room for kids sprinkled with bits of fairy...
A terrific midsized venue, the Academy’s stage has been graced by an impressive list of performers, from Nick Cave’s Bad Seeds to '80s...
An authentic beans-and-pulses place run by the Hare Krishna, with three branches in the city centre. Its cheap, wholesome mix of salads...
12 Henry St · interesting places nearby
Occupying a huge block with entrances on Henry, Liffey and Abbey Sts, this is our favourite of Dublin’s department stores. It stocks virtually everything, from garden furniture to high fashion, and it’s all relatively affordable.