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...
Royal College of Surgeons
The early-19th-century Royal College of Surgeons has one of the finest façades on St Stephen’s Green. During the 1916 Easter Rising, the...
One of a string of off–Grafton St, classic Victorian boozers once patronised by Dublin's legless literati, Neary's is a perfect stop-off...
Chef Kevin Thornton's culinary genius is to take new French cuisine and give it a theatrical, Irish once-over: the result is a...
Fusiliers' Arch information
Lonely Planet review
The main entrance to the green today is beneath Fusiliers’ Arch, at the top of Grafton St. Modelled to look like a smaller version of the Arch of Titus in Rome, the arch commemorates the 212 soldiers of the Royal Dublin Fusiliers who were killed fighting for the British in the Boer War (1899–1902).