Dublin 3, Dublin City

Dublin 3 offers visitors a taste of a different side of Dublin, and may not have the hustle and bustle that Dublin 2 offers, but has something of interest to all visitors. 

The Bram Stoker Dracula Experience (353 1 805 7824) offers visitors a haunting walk through interactive experience, which is great fun, whilst learning about the fascinating life of Bram Stoker. 

The Garden of Remembrance (353 1 888 3233) is a point of interest for people who are interested in Ireland’s political history as it is dedicated to the memory of all those who gave their lives in the cause for Irish freedom. 

Dublin 3 is home to Croke Park Stadium, the hallowed ground of Ireland’s GAA Sports, which due to a recent re-development has a capacity of 82,000 and is the fifth largest stadium in Europe.  The stadium provides an interactive exhibition, the Croke Park Experience (353 1 819 2323), which shows the history of Ireland’s GAA. 

Visitors will also enjoy a visit to the Casino (353 1 833 1618), which is considered to be one of the finest neo-classical buildings in Europe. 

Lovers of the outdoors might spend a morning or afternoon at the North Bull Island nature reserve.

Gardens

Powerscourt Gardens - Enniskerry County Wicklow Ireland
Powerscourt Gardens
Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow
Justly famous for the glory of its setting and the grandeur of its scale, Powerscourt is Ireland’s most visited garden. Parts of the plan date back to the 1740s when Richard Cassel, also architect of Leinster House, designed a series of ter ...
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Golf

Malahide Golf Club - Malahide County Dublin Ireland
Malahide Golf Club
Malahide, Co. Dublin
Course Type: Parkland
Malahide Golf Club was founded in 1892 and is one of the oldest golf clubs in Ireland, moving to its present location in 1990 Malahide golf course offers 27 holes of varying challenges, created by the combination of water hazards, trees and raise ...
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Self Catering

Selfcatering
The Cottage
A 200 year old cottage on a farm high in the Dublin Mountains, with dramatic views over the city and bay, beautifully restored to provide a relaxing alternative to big city bustle.
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What's On

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre Farmers Market - Dublin 22 - Fridays
Liffey Valley Shopping Centre - Fridays 11am-4pm

Yellow Car Park, Liffey Valley S.C, Quarryvale, D.22

Contact:

Des Vallely - 01 284 1197 www.irishvillagemarkets. ...
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Tourist Attractions

TouristAttractions
St Marys Abbey
Dublin 1, Dublin City
St. Mary's Abbey was once the wealthiest Cistercian Abbey in Ireland, founded in 1139 it played a large role in the affairs of the state until its dissolution by Henry VIII in 1539. It was here in St Mary's Abbey that Silken Thomas Fitzgerald ...
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Wedding Venues

Wedding
Luggala
Roundwood, Co. Wicklow
The jewel in the crown of all the places to stay in Ireland, this house set deep in the Wicklow mountains was famous for the “raffish weekends” thrown there by the present owner’s mother, Oonagh Guinness, one of the “Golde ...
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