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Explore Dublin during your stay at the Westin Dublin

Discover our local area, in Dublin city centre

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Dublin City on our Doorstep

Dublin is a charming, delightful and culture-rich city, with a variety of galleries, museums, and historical attractions to visit.  From Jameson Bow Street to Guinness Storehouse, take the opportunity to visit the homes of these famous Irish brands 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.

TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN

Irelands oldest university, home to the Book of Kells and the alma mater of Samuel Beckett and Oscar Wilde.

College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

00353 1 896 1000

Please note that Trinity College Dublin and The Book of Kells are temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

Trinity College Dublin
Jameson Distillery Bow St

JAMESON DISTILLERY BOW STREET

Follow in the footsteps of the founding fathers of Jameson on the only tour of the original Jameson distillery in Dublin.

Jameson Distillery Bow Street, Bow Street,

Smithfield Village, Dublin 7
D07 N9VH

Please note that the Jameson Distillery is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

TEELING WHISKEY DISTILLERY

Located in the heart of the historic Liberties, this whiskey distillery was the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years.

Teeling Whiskey, 13 – 17 Newmarket, Dublin 8

00 353 1 531 0888

Please note that the Teeling Whiskey Distillery is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

Teeling Whiskey Distillery
Grafton Street Shopping

GRAFTON STREET SHOPPING

Grafton Street meanders by a series of architecturally rich townhouses, with street-level shops, including the famous department store Brown Thomas, twisting and turning, before sloping down to the broad sweep of College Green and the grand entrance to Trinity College Dublin.

Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

Please note that all non-essential retail outlets are temporarily closed in line with current government guidelines.

TEMPLE BAR

Temple Bar is a lively neighbourhood flooded with bars, restaurants, unique boutiques and art galleries.

Temple Bar, Dublin 2, Ireland

Temple Bar Dublin
Phoenix Park Dublin

PHOENIX PARK

The largest walled park in any European capital, with over 1,700 acres, celebrated for the beautiful heard of wild fallow deer.

Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

00353 1 820 5800

DUBLIN ZOO

Located in Phoenix Park, Ireland’s biggest family attraction, offering visitors, young and old, a journey of learning and discovery about the world’s precious wildlife.

Phoenix Park, Dublin 8, Ireland

+353 1 474 8900

Please note that Dublin Zoo is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

Dublin Zoo
Christ Church Cathedral Dublin

CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL

Originally a Viking cathedral, Christ Church is over 1,000 years old, featuring a stunning Nave, magnificent crypt and the option to ring the church bells in the Belfry.

Christchurch Pl, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland

00353 1 677 8099

Please note that Christ Church Cathedral is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL

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

St Patrick’s Close, Dublin 8, Ireland

+353 1 453 9572

Please note St. Patricks Cathedral is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

St. Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin
Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

GLASNEVIN CEMETERY MUSEUM

A family friendly guided tour of Glasnevin Cemetery provides an entertaining insight into Irish History and Culture.

Finglas Road, Glasnevin, Dublin, D11 H2TH

00353 01 882 6550

Please note Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

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.

St. James’s Gate, Dublin 8

00353 1 408 4800

Please note the Guinness Storehouse is temporarily closed to visitors in line with current government guidelines.

Guinness Storehouse

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