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Browar
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“Brewery experience telling the tale of Ireland's famous beer, with tastings and a rooftop bar.”
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Museum
“Kilmainham Gaol is a former prison in Kilmainham, Dublin, Ireland. It is now a museum run by the Office of Public Works, an agency of the Government of Ireland. Many Irish revolutionaries, including the leaders of the 1916 Easter Rising, were imprisoned and executed in the prison by the British.”
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Muzeum sztuki
“Beautiful place to spend a few hours looking at the exhibitions and walking the grounds. Its about a 10 minute walk from my place”
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Muzeum sztuki
“A wonderful gallery with great contemporary and older art. Recently refurbished, it's beautiful to walk around. The portrait gallery is excellent. Has a good Cafe and gift shop also. This is also a great area for The natural history museum, Trinity college, Merrion square and not far from Stephens Green, Trinity College and Grafton Street.”
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Muzeum sztuki
“It was described by the Lonely Planet as not just the best museum in Dublin, but one of the best in Europe. Amazing international collection of artworks from countries across Asia, the Middle East, North Africa and Europe. Lovely cafe also and enclosed green area outside to sit if the weather is nice.”
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Museum
“You have to see The Bog Bodies... Discover gold, bog bodies, ceramics, glass, Viking artefacts as well many other archaeological objects found in Ireland and around the world. Note: The National Gallery, The National Museum (Archaeology), The National Museum (Natural History- AKA "The Dead Zoo"), and the National Library are all in the same area, so it's worth covering them together. All are free of charge. The Dead Zoo is my personal favourite.”
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History Museum
“Decorative Arts & History Museum free to the public. Interesting collections of both military and art history. Well worth a visit and easy to access via the tram/Luas”
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Cmentarz
“Glasnevin is Ireland's largest cemetery where over one and a half million people are buried including icons such as Daniel O'Connell, Michael Collins, Charles Stewart Parnell, Maud Gonne, and Eamon DeValera.”
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History Museum
“A Historical recreation museum and the hub for the Viking Splash tours, this is a must see in Dublin for anyone interesting in vikings or the medieval”
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Museum
“One of my favourite places in Dublin, also know as The Dead Zoo! A Victorian oddity that still draws visitors today, discover the natural world through lifelike zoological models, geological samples and engaging activity areas. (Don;t forget to go upstairs!). Note: The National Gallery, The National Museum (Archaeology), The National Museum (Natural History- AKA "The Dead Zoo"), and the National Library are all in the same area, so it's worth covering them together. All are free of charge. The Dead Zoo is my personal favourite. ”
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Muzeum sztuki
“Great collection in a stunning building but the main draw for it is the Francis Bacon Studio. A must-see for art lovers. "In 1998, director Barbara Dawson secured the donation of Francis Bacon's studio and the Hugh Lane team removed the studio and it's entire contents from London to Dublin. The team, comprised archaeologists who made the survey and elevation drawings of the small studio, mapping out the spaces and locations of the objects and conservators and curators who tagged and packed each of the items, including the dust. The walls, doors floor and ceiling were also removed. The relocated studio opened to the public in 2001". ”
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Science Museum
“Has lots of fun exhibitions that appeal to all ages... and as with all public museums in Dublin it's FREE”
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College Library
“THE BOOK OF KELLS AND TRINITY COLLEGE With a backstory that includes monks, Vikings and remote Scottish islands, the Book of Kells will make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end. This glorious Early Christian illuminated manuscript is quite simply a masterpiece. Located within Trinity College’s Treasury, the tour here includes a visit to the Long Room library, one of Europe’s most magnificent libraries housing over 200,000 of Trinity’s oldest books. Afterwards, wander around the charming campus of Trinity, which dates back to 1592 and boasts an impressive list of alumni including Bram Stoker, Oscar Wilde and Jonathan Swift. ”
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Museum
“The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for many other writers of international renown. In 1991, the Dublin Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin. Situated in a magnificent 18th century mansion in the north city centre, the collection features the lives and works of Dublin's literary celebrities over the past three hundred years. Swift and Sheridan, Shaw and Wilde, Yeats, Joyce and Beckett are among those presented through their books, letters, portraits and personal items. The museum holds exhibitions, lunchtime theatre and readings and has a special room devoted to ch”
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