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  • LOCATION: St James's Gate, Dublin 8.

    Visit and explore Ireland's number one visitor attraction, providing an unforgettable welcome and a magical journey deep into the heart of the world famous GUINNESS® brand and company. 

    Open Year Round.

    Save 10%. No Booking or Payment Card Fees. Tickets Valid for 365 days - use at leisure.


    Adults from
    €20.00
    and special rates for seniors and students (over 18)

  • LOCATION: Ballyvaughan, Co. Clare.

    Two great Burren attractions. Enjoy a tour of one of Ireland's ancient caves and/or experience the Birds of Prey Centre which includes fabulous flying displays.  

    Open Year Round.

    Save over 10%. No Booking or Payment Card Fees. Tickets Valid for 365 days - use at leisure.


    Adults from
    €10.00
    and special rates for kids & families

  • LOCATION: Bury Quay, Tullamore, Co. Offaly .

    Visit Tullamore D.E.W. Irish Whiskey and immerse yourself in the history and magic that lies inside the walls of this 19th century bonded warehouse, where their whiskey making tradition began. Enjoy a guided tour and a complimentary glass of this famous Irish whiskey. 

    Open Year Round.

    No Booking or Payment Card Fees. Tickets Valid for 365 days - use at leisure.


    Adults from
    €14.00
    and special rates for seniors, students & families

  • LOCATION: Clonshaugh, Dublin 17.

    What takes places behind the doors of a chocolate factory? Visit the Butlers Chocolate Experience and learn the history and origins of chocolate, view the factory, and enjoy plenty of chocolate tastings along the way! 

    Open Year Round.

    No Booking or Payment Card Fees. Tickets Valid for 365 days.


    Adults from
    €12.85
    and special rates for families

  • LOCATION: Foynes, Co. Limerick.

    The Museum recalls a lost romantic era (1939-1945), when a quaint and scenic Irish village became the epicentre of commercial aviation. The maritime section, housed in the original transatlantic terminal, explores the historyof the River Shannon.

    Open March 15 to mid-November.

    No Booking or Payment Card Fees. Tickets Valid for 365 days - use at leisure.


    Adults from
    €11.00
    and special rates for seniors, students, kids & families
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