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 9

Drogheda 7

Kildare Town 5

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Ardee 4

Slane 4

Kells 4

Blessington 3

Bray 3

Dundalk 3

Avondale 2

Powerscourt House, Gardens, and Waterfall 2

Straffan 2

Maynooth 2

Newgrange 2

Navan 2

Mount Usher Gardens 1

Glendalough 1

Louth 1

Mellifont Abbey 1

King William's Glen 1

Hill of Tara 1

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Round Tower

  • Military Site

The 108-foot-high Round Tower, dating from the 12th century, is the second-highest in Ireland (the highest is in Kilmacduagh in County...

Royal Mint

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Part of Trim Castle and facing the river is the Royal Mint, a ruin that illustrates Trim's political importance in the Middle Ages. It...

Russborough House

  • House/Mansion/Villa

A conspicuously grand house rising seemingly in the middle of nowhere—actually the western part of County Wicklow—Russborough was...

Slane Castle

  • Castle/Palace/Chateau

The stately 18th-century Slane Castle overlooks a natural amphitheater, a bowl-shape hollow formed by surrounding hills. In 1981 the...

Slane Hill

  • Viewpoint/Scenic Overlook

North of Slane is the 500-foot-high Slane Hill, where St. Patrick proclaimed the arrival of Christianity in 433 by lighting the Paschal...

St. Brigid's Cathedral

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The Church of Ireland St. Brigid's Cathedral is where the eponymous saint founded a religious settlement in the 5th century. The present...

St. Colmcille's House

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Similar in appearance to St. Kevin's Church at Glendalough and Cormac's Chapel at Cashel, St. Colmcille's House is an 11th-century church...

St. Columba's

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Four elaborately carved High Crosses stand in the church graveyard; you'll find the stump of a fifth in the marketplace—it was used...

St. Laurence's Gate

  • Building/Architectural Site

There were once 11 passages through the city walls, but the 13th-century St. Laurence's Gate is one of the last that remains. With two...

St. Mary's Church

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

Built in 1839, St. Mary's Church has a late-18th-century wood carving of the Crucifixion, the work of a local artist, Edward Smyth. At...

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