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  • 1. Iveagh Gardens

    Dublin South | City Park

    Dublin's best-kept secret has to be this 1865 Ninian Niven–designed "English Landscape" walled garden that shockingly few natives seem to even...Read More

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  • 2. Little Museum of Dublin

    Dublin South | Museum/Gallery

    This clever, eclectic little museum, one of Dublin's best, sets out to tell the history of Dublin in the last hundred years through changing...Read More

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  • 3. St. Stephen's Green

    City Park

    Dubliners call it simply Stephen's Green, and green it is (year-round), a verdant, 27-acre Southside square that was used for the public punishment...Read More

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  • 4. The Old Library and the Book of Kells

    Dublin South | Library/Archive

    Home to Ireland's largest collection of books and manuscripts, the Old Library's principal treasure is the Book of Kells, generally considered...Read More

  • 5. Trinity College Dublin

    Dublin South | Educational Institution

    Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I to "civilize" (Her Majesty's word) Dublin, Trinity is Ireland's oldest and most famous college. The memorably...Read More

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  • 6. Bank of Ireland

    Dublin South | Bank

    Across the street from the west facade of Trinity College stands one of Dublin's most striking buildings, formerly the original home of Irish...Read More

  • 7. Berkeley Library

    Dublin South | Library/Archive

    The Berkeley Library, the main student library at Trinity, was built in 1967 and is named after the philosopher and alumnus George Berkeley...Read More

  • 8. George's Street Arcade

    Dublin South | Market/Bazaar

    This Victorian covered market fills the block between Drury Street and South Great George's Street. Around two dozen stalls sell books, prints...Read More

  • 9. Grafton Street

    Neighborhood/Street

    It's no more than 200 yards long and about 20 feet wide, but Grafton Street, open only to pedestrians, can claim to be the most humming street...Read More

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  • 10. Grand Canal Square

    Southside | Plaza/Square

    At the heart of the whole docklands development, this ten-thousand-square-meter, modernest square was designed by American landscape architect...Read More

  • 11. Huguenot Cemetery

    Dublin South | Cemetery

    One of the last such burial grounds in Dublin, this cemetery was used in the late 17th century by French Protestants who had fled persecution...Read More

  • 12. Neary's Pub

    Dublin South | Restaurant

    The exotic, Victorian-style interiors here were once haunted by Dublin's literary set, most notably the master bar raconteur Brendan Behan. ...Read More

  • 13. Powerscourt Townhouse Centre

    Dublin South | Store/Mall

    One of the finest 18th-century mansions in Dublin, the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre has magnificent architecture, quality shopping, and an Irish...Read More

  • 14. Royal Irish Academy

    Dublin South | Library/Archive

    The country's leading learned society houses important documents in its 18th-century library, including a large collection of ancient Irish...Read More

  • 15. Sandymount Strand

    Southside | Beach

    South of the docklands, a few blocks west of the Sydney Parade DART station, Sandymount Strand stretches for 5 km (3 miles) from Ringsend to...Read More

  • 16. Science Gallery

    Dublin South | Museum/Gallery

    This kid-friendly museum-slash-gallery occupies a funky building at the rear of Trinity College. Its constantly changing exhibitions aim to...Read More

  • 17. St. Ann's Church

    Dublin South | Religious Building/Site/Shrine

    A plain, neo-Romanesque granite exterior, built in 1868, belies the rich Georgian interior of this church, which Isaac Wills designed in 1720...Read More

  • 18. The Douglas Hyde Gallery of Modern Art

    Dublin South | Museum/Gallery

    Trinity College's starkly modern Arts and Social Sciences Building, with an entrance on Nassau Street, houses the Douglas Hyde Gallery, which...Read More

  • 19. The Shelbourne Hotel

    Dublin South | Hotel

    The iconic, redbrick, white-wood-trim Shelbourne hotel commands "the best address in Dublin" from the north side of St. Stephen's Green, where...Read More

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