Dublin is a bustling capital city with plenty of things to do and see for all ages. Best known for its traditional pubs, deeply rooted history, and tasty beer, check out our Dublin bucket list including the best Dublin attractions you must see in the Irish capital!
Dublin Bucket List
One of the best places to start your Dublin bucket list is at the Guinness Storehouse. It offers history, culture, city views, delicious food, and the best beer in the country directly from the source.
As one of Dublin’s most famous attractions, the Guinness Storehouse is an excellent day out and should be on everyone’s Dublin bucket list, especially if you love Guinness.
Enjoy a creamy pint in the Gravity Bar and check out the panoramic views over Dublin.
One of the world’s most beautiful libraries awaits in Dublin. Trinity College is home to the Book of Kells, Ireland’s greatest cultural treasure, a 1,200-year-old manuscript, and the Long Room, a spectacular library that looks like something from Harry Potter’s Hogwarts.
In order to visit the Long Room, you need to buy a ticket for the Book of Kells.
Marveling at the Long Room fills you with a sense of history and wonder waiting to be discovered between the pages of over 25,000 of the oldest books.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum covers the history of the Irish emigrants who became scientists, politicians, poets, and artists all over the world.
It’s the perfect addition to your Ireland bucket list to understand the history of Irish people and what it means to be Irish.
Stephen’s Green Park
St. Stephen’s Green Park is a little piece of paradise in the center of Dublin and the perfect place to gather with friends on the grass or enjoy the crisp fall air.
The park itself hosts a large number of important sculptural monuments to Irish history. Many species of birds and plants also call the park their home. Public facilities at St Stephen’s Green Park include a playground and a garden for the visually impaired.
Dublinia welcomes you to the heart of Viking and Medieval Dublin.
Travel back to the heart of the old city at Christchurch.
Walk where Vikings walked before, step into Medieval Viking Dublin at our Dublin museum, find out about Dublin’s rich past and even climb an original Medieval tower, See Dublin from a new perspective and come away knowing more about its citizens through the ages!
The pub, The Temple Bar, has been welcoming guests for over a hundred and seventy years. It’s a legendary venue and is home to the largest whiskey collection in Ireland. Live traditional Irish music is playing from the moment the doors open and the Irish vibes are plentiful.
The Temple Bar is not only the name of the iconic pub in Dublin, but also of a busy district with plenty of food and drink options. It’s also one of the best places to hear live Irish folk music.