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

Dundalk 4

Ardee 4

Kells 4

Blessington 3

Straffan 3

Avondale 2

Powerscourt House, Gardens, and Waterfall 2

Maynooth 2

Louth 2

Newgrange 2

Navan 2

Mount Usher Gardens 1

Glendalough 1

Mellifont Abbey 1

King William's Glen 1

Hill of Tara 1

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Forest 2

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Black Castle

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Immediately south of the harbor, perched on a promontory that has good views of the coastline, are the ruins of the Black Castle. This...

Friary

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Closed down during the 16th-century dissolution of the monasteries, the Friary is a reminder of Wicklow's stormy past, which began with...

Glendalough

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Nestled in a lush, quiet valley deep in the rugged Wicklow Mountains, among two lakes and acres of windswept heather, Gleann dá Loch...

Knowth

  • Archaeological Site/Ruins

Under excavation since 1962, the prehistoric site of Knowth is comparable in size and shape to Newgrange, standing at 40 feet and having...

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...

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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