Here are 33 things to do in Dublin:

  1. Visit the Guinness Storehouse to learn about the history of Ireland’s most famous export and enjoy a pint of Guinness at the Gravity Bar.
  2. Take a stroll through St. Stephen’s Green, a beautiful public park in the heart of the city.
  3. Explore the historic Trinity College and see the Book of Kells, a beautifully illuminated manuscript from the 9th century.
  4. Visit the National Gallery of Ireland to see works by Irish artists such as Jack B. Yeats and Paul Henry.
  5. Take a walk along the River Liffey and visit the Ha’penny Bridge, a iconic landmark that spans the river.
  6. Visit the Dublin Castle, a medieval castle that now serves as a government building.
  7. See a play at the Abbey Theatre, Ireland’s national theatre and the birthplace of many famous Irish playwrights.
  8. Visit the Phoenix Park, a large urban park that is home to the Dublin Zoo.
  9. Take a tour of the Jameson Distillery to learn about the history of Irish whiskey.
  10. Explore the National Museum of Ireland, which has exhibits on Irish history, art, and natural history.
  11. Visit the Kilmainham Gaol, a former prison that now serves as a museum.
  12. See a performance at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, a modern venue that hosts a variety of shows.
  13. Take a walk along Grafton Street, a bustling shopping street in the heart of the city.
  14. Visit the Irish Museum of Modern Art to see works by contemporary Irish and international artists.
  15. Take a stroll through the Dublin Botanic Gardens, which feature a variety of plants and flowers from around the world.
  16. Go on a pub crawl and experience the city’s famous nightlife.
  17. Visit the Dublin Writers Museum to learn about the city’s literary history and see artifacts from famous Irish writers.
  18. Take a tour of the Old Jameson Distillery, a historic whiskey distillery that has been turned into a museum.
  19. Visit the Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane, which has a collection of modern and contemporary art.
  20. Take a walk along the Grand Canal, a beautiful canal that runs through the city.
  21. Go shopping in the Ilac Centre, a large shopping mall in the city centre.
  22. Visit the National Museum in Kildare st. to see the famous irish antiquities and some of the best perserved Bog bodies.
  23. Take a walk along the South Wall, a long promenade that offers beautiful views of the city.
  24. Visit the Dublin Flea Market, a weekly market that features a variety of goods from vintage clothing to antiques.
  25. Take a tour of the Dublin Castle Gardens, which feature beautiful gardens and historic buildings.
  26. Visit the National Leprechaun Museum, which offers an interactive experience about Irish folklore and myth.
  27. Take a walk along the Royal Canal, a scenic canal that runs through the north side of the city.
  28. Go on a food tour and try some of the city’s famous dishes, such as Irish stew and Guinness pie.
  29. Visit the Dublin Zoo, which is home to a wide variety of animals from around the world.
  30. Take a stroll through the Iveagh Gardens, a beautiful public park in the heart of the city.
  31. Visit the Irish National War Memorial Gardens, a memorial to the Irish soldiers who fought in World War I.
  32. Take a walk along the River Dodder, a scenic river that runs through the south side of the city.
  33. Visit the Old Storehouse Temple Bar for great irish food and music.