Royal Irish Academy
Built in 1710 by Joshua Dawson – after whom the street is named – this has been the official residence of Dublin's mayor since 1715, and...
Hidden behind a nondescript door in a dingy little lane, the Kerlin Gallery is the ultimate statement in cool. Inside, the minimalist...
Viking Splash Tours
Go on, what’s the big deal? You stick a plastic Viking’s helmet on your head and yell ‘yay’ at the urging of your guide, but the upshot...
37 Dawson Street
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Little Ass Burrito Bar
Tacos, quesadillas and burritos to go (this place is far too small to linger). They're tasty and pretty authentic, not that it would...
19 Dawson St · interesting places nearby
Royal Irish Academy information
Ireland's pre-eminent society of letters has an 18th-century library that is home to several important documents, including a collection of ancient manuscripts such as the Book of Dun Cow; the Cathach of St Columba; and the entire collection of 19th-century poet Thomas Moore (1779–1852).