Dublin Environs Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Dublin Environs - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Trim 10

Drogheda 8

Kildare Town 5

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Slane 5

Bray 4

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Straffan 3

Avondale 2

Powerscourt House, Gardens, and Waterfall 2

Maynooth 2

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Navan 2

Mount Usher Gardens 1

Glendalough 1

Mellifont Abbey 1

King William's Glen 1

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St. Thomas Church

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Between the River Vartry and the road to Dublin stands the Protestant church, which incorporates various unusual details: a Romanesque...

Straffan Butterfly Farm

  • Zoo/Aquarium

The only place of its kind in Ireland, this farm has a tropical house filled with exotic plants, colorful butterflies, and even some...

Summerhill

  • Town/Village

One of the most pleasant villages of southern County Meath, Summerhill has a large square and a village green with a 15th-century cross.

The Steam Museum

  • Museum/Gallery

This museum covers the history of Irish steam engines, handsome machines used both in industry and agriculture—for churning butter...

Tholsel

  • Financial Institution

This bank building has an 18th-century square granite edifice with a cupola. ...

Trim Castle

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

The largest Anglo-Norman fortress in Ireland, Trim Castle dominates present-day Trim from its 2½-acre site, which slopes down to the...

Victorian Railway Viaduct

  • Building/Architectural Site

Among the town's landmarks is its long railway viaduct, which towers over the river. Built around 1850 as part of the railway line from...

Wicklow Harbour

  • Beach–Sight

The town's most appealing area is Wicklow Harbour. Take South Quay down to the pier; Bridge Street leads you to a bridge across the River...

Wicklow's Historic Gaol

  • Museum/Gallery

Just above Market Square, the town's old jail has been converted into a museum and heritage center where it's possible to trace your...

Yellow Steeple

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

On a ridge overlooking Trim Castle, the Yellow Steeple was built in 1368 and is a remnant of the Augustinian abbey of St. Mary's. Founded...

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