Sights & Attractions in Dublin

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Things to Do in The Southside

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Bank of Ireland
Across the street from the west facade of Trinity College stands...
Financial Institutions The Southside
 
Dublin Discover Ireland Centre
Medieval St. Andrew's Church, deconsecrated and fallen into ruin...
Information Centers The Southside
 
George's Street Arcade
This Victorian covered market fills the block between Drury Street...
Markets / Bazaars The Southside
 
Government Buildings
The swan song of British architecture in the capital, this enormous...
Government Buildings The Southside
 
Grafton Street
It's no more than 200 yards long and about 20 feet wide, but...
Neighborhoods / Streets The Southside
 
Huguenot Cemetery
One of the last such burial grounds in Dublin, this cemetery...
Cemeteries The Southside
 
Irish Jewish Museum
Roughly 5,000 European Jews fleeing the pogroms of Eastern Europe...
Museums / Galleries The Southside
 
Iveagh Gardens
Dublin's best-kept secret has to be this 1865 Ninian Niven–designed...
Parks The Southside
 
Merrion Square
Created between 1762 and 1764, this tranquil square a few blocks...
Squares The Southside
 
National Gallery of Ireland
Caravaggio's The Taking of Christ (1602), Van Gogh's Rooftops...
Museums / Galleries The Southside
 
National Library
Along with works by W. B. Yeats (1923), George Bernard Shaw (1925)...
Libraries The Southside
 
National Museum of Archaeology
Just south of Leinster House is Ireland's National Museum of...
Museums / Galleries The Southside
 
National Museum of Natural History
One of four branches of the National Museum of Ireland, this...
Museums / Galleries The Southside
 
Neary's Pub
The exotic, Victorian-style interiors here were once haunted...
Restaurants The Southside
 
Newman House
One of the finest examples of Georgian Dublin, Newman House is...
Educational Institutions The Southside
 
No. 29
Everything in this carefully refurbished 1794 home, known simply...
Houses / Mansions The Southside
 
The Old Library and the Book of Kells
Home to Ireland's largest collection of books and manuscripts...
Libraries The Southside
 
Powerscourt Townhouse Centre
One of the finest 18th-century mansions in Dublin, the Powerscourt...
Stores / Malls The Southside
 
Royal Hibernian Academy
The Royal Hibernian Academy, an old Dublin institution, is housed...
Museums / Galleries The Southside
 
Royal Irish Academy
The country's leading learned society houses important documents...
Libraries The Southside
 
Sandymount Strand
South of the city center, a few blocks west of the Sydney Parade...
Beaches The Southside
 
Shaw Birthplace
"Author of many plays" is the simple accolade to George Bernard...
Houses / Mansions The Southside
 
Shelbourne Hotel
The iconic, redbrick, white-wood-trim Shelbourne hotel commands...
Hotels The Southside
 
St. Ann's Church
A plain, neo-Romanesque granite exterior, built in 1868, belies...
Religious Sites The Southside
 
St. Stephen's Green
Dubliners call it simply Stephen's Green, and green it is (year-round)—a...
Parks The Southside
 
Trinity College Dublin
Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I to "civilize" (Her Majesty's...
Educational Institutions The Southside
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