Explore Dublin during your stay at the Westin Dublin

Discover our local area, in Dublin city centre

Dublin's Top Attractions on Your Doorstep

Dublin is a charming, delightful and culture-rich city, with a variety of galleries, museums, and historical attractions to visit.

From Jameson Distillery Bow Street to Guinness Storehouse,  explore the origins of some of Irelands most beloved exports,
or pop next door to Trinity College Dublin, Irelands oldest University, home to the Book of Kells and the alma mater of Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde.

Or simply stroll through the cobbled streets and soak up the vibrant, friendly atmosphere of the city centre.

Guinness Storehouse

Experience the history, heart and soul of Ireland’s most iconic beer,
before taking in the views of Dublin from the Gravity Bar.

Located at St. James’s Gate, Dublin 8, Guinness Storehouse tells the story
of the Arthur Guinness and his journey to creating the empire that we know and love today.

Guinness Storehouse
Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin

The Westin Dublin overlooks the historic Trinty College,
where visitors are able to discover how Ireland’s most iconic university, houses some of
the countries most treasured books. The Book of Kells dates back to 800AD and is bursting
with illustrations that tell the tales of a medieval time long gone.

Located less than a minutes walk from The Westin Dublin,
guests are welcome to contact our Concierge should they wish to visit this  beautiful attraction.

Jameson Distillery Bow Street

Stroll through time as you are brought back to 18th Century,
where John Jameson brought a vision to life, which still stands to this day.

Celebrated by many throughout the world, Jameson Whiskey found its home on Bow Street
in Dublin’s Smithfield and today, has been restored to educate and delight with their immersive tour.

Jameson Distillery Bow St
Phoenix Park Dublin

Phoenix Park

The largest walled park in any European capital, Phoenix Park stretches over 1,7500 acres
and is celebrated for being home  hundred of flora and fauna species, along with the well known majestic herd of fallow deer.

Eight historic sights are scattered throughout the park and are all open for the public to explore.

Dublin Zoo

Located within Phoenix Park, Ireland’s biggest family attraction offers visitors,
both young and old, the opportunity to see and learn about the world’s precious wildlife.

Venture through the African Savannah, over the Himalayan Hills
and past the Gorilla Rainforest to discover all that Dublin Zoo has to offer.

Dublin Zoo
Christ Church Cathedral Dublin

Christ Church Cathedral

Originally built over 1,000 years ago for Vikings to worship in, Christ Church boasts stunning architecture,
exquisite design and a beautiful history. Climb the belfry and ring the bell and learn the origins of why this
Cathedral came to be so important in the city of Dublin.

Located a short 10 minute walk from The Westin Dublin, guests are invited to explore the history of this city during their next visit.

Saint Patrick's Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral holds a special place in the hearts of many, as Saint Patrick himself,
Irelands Patron Saint, baptised many converts to Christianity in 450AD.

This is also the burial site of Jonathan Swift and the location where Handel’s Messiah was first performed in 1745.

Still to this day, Christians are baptised on this site, and masse
s happen daily which guests are more than welcome to join.

St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin
Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

Glasnevin Cemetery

Covering 124 acres, Glasnevin Cemetery is the burial place of many of Ireland’s historical figures. Tours are available throughout the week,
where visitors are brought though the history of the grounds and how it still functions are a working cemetery today.

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