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  • 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.


  • LOCATION: Birr, Co. Offaly.

    Superb attraction on 50 hectares. World-famous gardens, Historic Science Centre; Great Birr Telescope & Treehouse Adventure.

    Open Year Round. 
     


  • LOCATION: Christchurch, Dublin 8.

    Christ Church Cathedral, founded almost 1,000 year ago, is located in the heart of medieval Dublin City. Step inside and you will be amazed by the cathedral’s beautiful interior and fascinating 12th-century medieval crypt - the largest in Ireland.


    Open Year Round.

     


  • LOCATION: Castleisland, Co. Kerry.

    A visit to Crag Cave will delight and enthral. The friendly tour guides will be pleased to explain the origins of the cave and introduce you to a world older than mankind. 


    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Custom House Quay, Dublin 1.

    Epic - The Irish Emigration Museum is a dramatic 21st Century visitor experience telling the authentic and epic story of 10 million journeys and the roots of 70 million people, told with memorable style and passion. 


  • LOCATION: Glasnevin, Dublin 11.

    Glasnevin Cemetery Museum & Tour proudly tells the story of modern Ireland through interactive exhibitions, re-enactments, and an engaging cemetery tours led by personable, well-informed guides. 

    Open Year Round.
     

     


    Adults (Museum & Tour) from
    €13.50
    and special rates for seniors, students, kids & families

  • 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.
     


  • LOCATION: Malahide, Co. Dublin.

    A magnificent 12th Century Castle situated on over 250 acres of parkland. The castle is fully furnished with beautiful period pieces and the walled botanical garden is home to some of the rarest plants - a must for gardening enthusiasts. 

    Open Year Round.
     


  • LOCATION: Blessington, Co. Wicklow.

    A stunning visitor attraction overlooking the lakes and mountains of the ‘Garden of Ireland’, offering award-winning guided house tours, 3D exhibition, maze, playground, gift shop, craft workers and tea rooms.  
     

    Open March 1 to December 17


  • LOCATION: Bridge Street, Limerick City.

    Saint Mary’s Cathedral was founded in 1168 AD and stands majestically over the City of Limerick on the banks of the River Shannon. It is one of the most important medieval buildings to survive intact in Ireland, which is still performing its original function.


  • LOCATION: Rutland Street, Limerick City.

    Home to one of Europe's greatest private collections of Art and Antiquities, dating from the Neolithic Period to the 20th Century. It includes artefacts from Greece, Rome, Egypt and the Olmec civilisation. Artist's works include Pablo Picasso, Pierre-Auguste Renoir and Jack B. Yeats.

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Titanic Quarter, Belfast City.

    An iconic six-storey attraction featuring 9 interpretative and interactive galleries that explore the sights, sounds, smells and stories of Titanic as well as the city which made her. The world's largest Titanic exhibition. 

    Open Year Round.
     


  • LOCATION: College Street, Dublin 2.

    Trinity College Dublin is fascinating. It is the oldest university in Ireland, founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, and is famous for its graduates such as Swift, Goldsmith, Wilde and Beckett. Home to the famous 9th Century Gospel – The Book of Kells and to the longest single-chamber library in the world.

    Open Year Round.
     


  • LOCATION: Bunratty, Co. Clare.

    Bunratty Castle & Folk Park, set on 26 acres, is world famous as a window on Ireland’s past. The Castle, built in 1425, is the most complete and authentic medieval fortress in Ireland while Bunratty Folk Park is a stunning recreation of 19th Century Ireland.

    Open Year Round.

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


    Adults
    €15.25
    and special rates for seniors, kids & families

  • LOCATION: Christchurch, Dublin 8.

    Dublinia is an exciting heritage attraction in what was the heart of medieval Dublin. There are three themed exhibitions to enable you to experience Dublin city as it was in times past - 'Viking Dublin', 'Medieval Dublin' and ‘History Hunters’. 

    Open Year Round.
     


  • LOCATION: New Ross, Co. Wexford.

    The oldest operational lighthouse in the world. It has marked the entrance to Waterford Harbour for over 800 years. Enjoy a guided tour and spectacular views from the balcony!

    Open Year Round.


    Adults from
    €9.00
    and special rates for seniors, students & families

  • LOCATION: Tully, Co. Kildare.

    The Irish National Stud and Gardens is a unique attraction of outstanding natural beauty that is home to some of the most magnificent horses and sumptuous gardens to be found anywhere in the world.

    Open February  to November


  • LOCATION: Limerick City.

    The wonderful new King John's Castle Experience brings together the Castle's remarkable archaeology and 21st century technology to help you discover the history of Limerick City and King John's Castle. 

    Open Year Round.

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


    Adults 
    €13.00
    and special rates for kids & families

  • LOCATION: Waterford City.

    Waterford's Medieval Museum is a tribute to Medieval Waterford and life in the city during that period. It also carefully preserves several medieval structures within its walls. The only museum in Europe built upon National monuments.

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow.

    Voted the #3 Garden in the World by National Geographic. Located only 20 minutes from Dublin. There is so much to discover for everyone - from little explorers to garden enthusiasts. Garden walks, fine dining, shopping and relaxation. It's a great day out!

    Open Year Round.
     


  • LOCATION: Bray, Co. Wicklow.

    The National SEA LIFE Centre on the seafront in Bray is a perfect family fun day out. An aquatic Zoo with 30+ displays. Home to over 1,000 creatures including Black Tip Reef Sharks, octopus, seahorses, stingrays and Red-Bellied Piranha.

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

    An exciting interactive visitor attraction located in the heart of Dublin's Temple Bar district in the city centre. Whether you are young or old, a culture vulture or a fun seeker, it's a great experience. 

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Omagh, Co. Tyrone.

    Immerse yourself in the story of Irish emigration at the museum that brings it to life. Experience the adventure that takes you from the thatched cottages of Ulster, on board a full-scale emigrant sailing ship, to the log cabins of the American Frontier. 

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Holywood, Co. Down.

    Step back in time and uncover a way of life from 100 years ago. Explore thatched cottages, farms, schools and shops as you wander through the beautiful parkland of the Folk Museum and discover majestic steam locomotives in the Transport Museum. 

    Open Year Round.

     


  • LOCATION: Belvedere, Mullingar, Co. Westmeath.

    Belvedere House, Gardens & Park is a magnificent 160 acre lakeside estate, with fully restored Georgian Villa and Victorian Walled Garden, 8km of walks, a Fairy Garden, children's playgrounds, a gift shop, picnic areas and cafe. A superb day out!

    Open Year Round.

     


  • LOCATION: Cobh, Co. Cork.

    A dramatic exhibition of the origins, history and legacy of Cobh, a unique Irish port town. It tells the story of emigration, coffin ships and convict ships; and the connection between Cobh and the ill-fated Titanic and Lusitania.

    Open Year Round.

     


  • 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

  • LOCATION: The Mall, Waterford City.

    The House of Waterford Crystal produces more than 65,000 pieces each year using traditional manufacturing techniques. Take a guided factory tour and see the highly skilled methods used in crystal manufacturing.

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Newtownards, Co. Down.

    Discover the mystery, magic and artistry in these famous grand gardens with bold planting schemes, rare plants and a strong Mediterranean feel. Visit the newly re-opened Mount Stewart House, home to 2,500 family treasures, after a £7 million restoration project. 

    Open Year Round. 
     


  • LOCATION: Armagh, Co. Armagh.

    The Navan Centre & Fort offers visitors a unique appreciation of the history of the area through a stimulating exhibition packed full of information, artefacts and hands-on activities for all the family.

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: Old Cratloe Road, Limerick City.

    Follow in the footsteps of your Munster heroes by taking a look behind the scenes at the iconic Thomond Park Stadium. The stadium tour takes you places usually only accessible to players and officials! 

    Open Year Round.


  • LOCATION: 20 Casement Square, Cobh, Co. Cork.

    Take a step back in time, check in at the White Star Line ticket office and retrace the footsteps of the final 123 Passengers who boarded Titanic from Cobh (formally known as Queenstown), Co. Cork 

    Open Year Round.

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