St Patrick's Tower
1 Thomas St
In the Guiness Storehouse, at No 1 Thomas St , a plaque marks the house where Arthur Guinness lived. In a yard across the road stands St...
The most popular visit in town is the beer-lover's Disneyland, a multimedia bells-and-whistles homage to the country's most famous...
James Joyce House of the Dead
The restoration of the setting for James Joyce’s story The Dead has been a labour of love for barrister Brendan Kilty. As a museum...
Smaller performances take place at this intimate venue near Christ Church Cathedral. It has a capacity of 1000, between its...
This neighbourhood bistro does excellent breakfasts and brunches – the truffle-infused poached eggs with Gruyère on toast are divine –...
St Patrick's Tower information
St Patrick’s Tower is Europe’s tallest smock windmill (with a revolving top), which was built around 1757.