Stroll through the elegant Georgian streets of Merrion and Fitzwilliam Squares.
Shop in the emporiums of Grafton Street and Powerscourt Townhouse.
Explore the National Museum and National Gallery collections, the Irish Museum of Modern Art and other small private collections.
Discover the enormous range of art and artefacts in the museum.
Travel to the Book of Kells, a 19th-century gospel manuscript and an old library to attend the Book of Kells Exhibition.
Visit the Trinity College and St Patrick’s Cathedral.
Proceed to Dublin Castle, which functioned as a military fortress, a prison, treasury, courts of law, and English Administration seat in Ireland for 700 years.
Continue to Christchurch Cathedral & Dublinia, a historically important location at Dublin City's heart, the crossroads where modern and old Dublin meets.
Attend the Viking Dublin Exhibition and see for yourself what life was like onboard a Viking Warship.
Learn about their long and challenging voyages, their weaponry and the skills of a Viking warrior.
Try on Viking clothes and see the heavy chains of the Vikings slaves.
Visit a smokey and cramped Viking house, learn the Viking runic alphabet and hear their poetry and sagas.
Enjoy the myths and learn about the mysteries surrounding the Vikings and their legacy.
Visit the city parks that include St Stephen’s Green and Phoenix Park, and the Dublin Zoo.
Attend Medieval Dublin Exhibition and see the lifestyle of people in medieval Dublin.
Learn about warfare, crime and punishment, death and disease and even toothache remedies 700 years ago.
See the city as it would have looked then.
Enjoy the spicy aromas; learn to play medieval games and so much more when you visit the medieval fair.
Visit a rich merchant’s kitchen and walk along a bustling medieval street. Don’t forget to give the beggar some of your change.
Attend the History Hunters Exhibition.
See genuine Viking and medieval artefacts, including those of a medieval skeleton.
Hear the languages of old Dublin and explore the city’s earliest maps.
Visit the lab and learn how bugs and dirt can be the history hunter’s gold, finish the tour with the Time Detectives and test your new-found knowledge.
Enjoy the Guinness Connoisseur Experience.