1 Thomas St
St Patrick's Tower
St Patrick’s Tower is Europe’s tallest smock windmill (with a revolving top). It was built in 1757 to power the Roe Distillery, which by...
The most popular visit in town is this multimedia homage to Guinness, one of Ireland's most enduring symbols. A converted grain...
James Joyce House of the Dead
The young Joyce spent Christmases with his aunts in this house, which he later used as the setting for 'The Dead', the last story in...
Vicar Street is a mid-sized venue with a capacity of around 1000, spread between the table-serviced group seating downstairs and a...
'The Dead' Dinner Experience
A unique Dublin dining experience is the chance to feast on 'fat brown goose', 'a great ham', 'parallel lines of side-dishes' and lots...
1 Thomas St information
The former home of Arthur Guinness at No 1 Thomas St is marked by a plaque.