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Kilmainham Gaol Dublin
#1 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Definitely worth a visit, it gives you an amazing view of Irish history and all the conflicts experienced on this amazing island with amazing people, worth learning the history and seeing firsthand the impact of t...
A fantastic tour of this national site with a great guide (Katie) giving a fascinating glimpse into Irish penal and political history, in particular the events is the 1916 Rebellion.
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Trinity College Dublin Dublin
#2 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Trinity has a simply stunning campus with a blend of the truly ancient (Book of Kells is on site) and the modern (both architecture and sculptures) and some of the rooms are equally stunning.
Students from all over the world come to study here and it is renowned for the famous Book of Kells which is on view within its walls, There are wonderful gardens where one can picnic and admire the many sculpture...
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The Book of Kells and the Old Library Exhibition Dublin
#3 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Excellent site to visit has great history leading back to several centuries So much information and so well portrayed Well done with such pride Trinity college with a great history complements the book of Kells ve...
The history of the Book of Kells is fascinating but if you can’t get tickets or the lines are too long you’ll still walk away with an appreciation of this historic site by just visiting the library.
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Temple Bar Dublin
#4 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Lovely area to stroll, walking distance frim the city centre, lots of main attractions and fabulous eating places/cafes and the river view.
Temple Bar is awesome - definitely good for a walkabout for people-watching and enjoying the sights and sounds of Dublin's social scene.
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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum Dublin
#5 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
A very interesting museum which gives a very balanced view of Ireland's history.. Its ,all presented in a modern and stimulating way with the use of modern technology.
The architecture and site design are very attractive.The location is convenient for tourists.The exhibits are engaging.The presentation of history of emigration and exploration of the philosophy of emigration are...
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14 Henrietta Street Dublin
#6 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
As a active tour guide in Dublin I have been to most of the tourist sites in the city and 14 Henrietta Street is a must see for anybody interested in the history and social evolution of Dublin.
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Croke Park Stadium Tour & GAA Museum Dublin
#7 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Great few hours seeing around the stadium and listening to the magnificent history -museum is great and the skyline tour tops off a great experience with excellent views of Dublin
Highly recommend this experience was just amazing to walk on the stadium roof and see all the sights in Dublin and the stadium tour was fascinating.
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Leprechaun and Fairy Underground Cavern Carlingford
#8 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
The grounds around the Cavern are beautiful and well kept with large stones and a picnic table so you can sit and take in the beautiful view across Carlingford Lough.
The views were great and the 'leprechaun whisperer' was very attentive, informative and enthusiastic bout his little people.
Wicklow Mountains National Park Glendalough Village
#9 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
What can I say amazing views and beautiful place highly recommend for a stroll or for walking biking great facilities children friendly bring a picnic fun to be had by all
One could hike around the lake or climb the mountain fairly easily or visit St Kevins village buildings and buriel sites.You would need directions (trails are colored coded and hiking boots, water,and walking pole...
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Hook Lighthouse Fethard On Sea
#10 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
A wonderful and beautiful place to visit.The history of the lighthouse is fascinating with wonderful tour guides.The view from the top of the lighthouse is breathtaking.
The lighthouse alone is worth the trip as it stands majesty in the rugged landscape but it’s even more appealing due to its extensive history, excellent tour, stunning views from the balcony and family fun on the...
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Kildare Farm Foods Open Farm & Shop Kildare
#11 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
They loved the open farm with the varieties on view..enjoyed the train tour..& we had a very nice relaxing lunch in the restaurant..also picked up some tasty treats in the shop as we left.. all round, a very pleas...
Besides the petting farm, they have an amazing spread of food products served in their cafe, a farm shop with a wide selection of products where you shop on site as well.
St Mel's Cathedral Longford
#12 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Howth Head Howth
#13 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Superb views of rugged coastline & cliffs, a panoramic view of Dublin Bay and Howth Harbour and and lovely views of both: Baily Lighthouse and Howth Harbour Lighthouse.
We spent a fabulous day in Howth village and ventured up the hill of Howth to view the fantastic panoramic views of Howth head with its quaint light house and the beauty of Dublin Bay.We highly recommend a visit
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Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre Dalkey
#14 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Dalkey is a great day with kids, hit the sidewalk book market, the castle and take in a view of the island for an easy and memorable day.
The tour includes a visit to the battlements, where there are great views of Dalkey and its surrounding area and you can clearly see (on a fine day) Howth Head on the far side of Dublin Bay.
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Jerpoint Park Thomastown
#15 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Site includes several very interesting things to see including the abbey, lime kiln, old small church, graveyard, bridge, walled gardens, etc. Good stories to read along the way to help with the history.
The story of how Joe, the current property owner and resident tour guide, came to discover one of the most important cultural sites in Ireland is amazing and inspirational.
Duncannon Fort New Ross
#16 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Fascinating tour and tales of Duncannon Fort and its role in history, great views and good fun with tour guide Susan on a sunny day in beautiful Duncannon followed by complimentary coffees in the Strand Tavern ove...
Fantastic historical site with great access to genuine history.
Loughcrew Megalithic Cairns Oldcastle
#17 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
A fairly steep and grassy hillside awaits you, but the cairns are fantastic and the view of the Meath countryside is worth every ounce of effort put into the hike.
The tomb is much like any cairn tomb you’d see in Ireland, but it was atop a very high hill, so you could get some fantastic views, especially with the nice, clear, sunny day we were having.
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Causey Farm Navan
#18 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
There are some picnic tables about the place where you can eat and they had both a crepe van and a fast food van on site.
We finished off our lovely morning by enjoying a nice cuppa and a scone in the café on site.
Ferns Castle Ferns
#19 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
An outstanding heritage site It evokes great delight The guides (Larry, Graham, Sinead) are a dream They make a great team.
Lovely trip with my wife to South Ireland and it's hidtoric sights, loved Ferns Castle, real history and what an amazing view from the roof!!
Dunbrody Famine Ship Experience New Ross
#20 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Service is top class staff warm and friendly food is good and served quickly lovely view from the restaurant you can see a great view of the ship, down stairs you can get a take away coffee and cake if you wish lo...
This is a wonderful site, very much worth a visit; the staff are excellent, the ship convincing, the emotions quite raw at times.
Sally Gap Wicklow
#21 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Highly recommended for visitors to Ireland, Sally's Gap is a short trip from Dublin, the breath taking views are simply stunning!
This is a longtime personal favourite of mine - it's where I go if I want head space - turn up the music and drive through the Sally Gap, any worries you had will melt away with the breathtaking views.
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Ring of Hook New Ross
#22 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Tucked away I would say this trip is a wonderful trip for people who enjoy a bit of history and breathtaking views and scenery.
Beautiful area and drive... gorgeous views.. well worth visiting hook head and enjoying view and coffee there!
Trim Castle Trim
#23 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
An excellent tour of the castle is available Amazing views Perfect for photo shoot Really enjoyed our visit Thanks
Fantastic just fantastic a great place to visit great tour excellent value and a view to die for.
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Glendalough Monastic Settlement Vale of Glendalough
#24 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
Great morning - we beat the crowds and it was fantastic - walk to the upper lake was nice and what awaited us was pure beauty with nice waterfall, ruins and awe- inspiring views --- monastery ruins were very cool...
Our Cosmos tour group only viewed the Lower Site, which includes the Round Tower, The Cathedral, Priest's House, St. Mary's House a forest of grave slabs, and the remarkable St. Kevin's Church (or Kitchen) with it...
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Kells Priory County Kilkenny
#25 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
It's very extensive, a very large site, and as a bonus you can walk down to the river and hike a along the river to the village of Kells.
... OPW were giving tours of the sight and were excellent.It was free to wander round this huge sight and our guide was very informative and brought us up on the roof of the tower where the views were excellent.
Dun Laoghaire Pier Dun Laoghaire
#26 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
It's a very charming place and your pics will look fabulous!!! Wonderful views especially during the sunset and sunrise.
Dún Laoghaire Pier is unique in that it provides one with a panoramic view of the town of Dún Laoghaire, while enabling a healthy and brisk walk to the pier's end - the perfect way to work off Sunday morning break...
Irish National Stud & Gardens Tully
#27 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
We thoroughly enjoyed our walk through the Oriental Garden - it was a lovely day and our leisurely stroll through the beautiful garden was culminated by a cup of coffee and a scone at the small on site café.
Excellent guide (Kyle), very interesting tour, beautiful site.
Russborough House Wicklow
#28 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
An amazing view of aristocratic life of five generations of families that have lived on this amazingly intact home and grounds.
Beautiful building with exquisite views and a very impressive art collection.
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Gate Theatre Dublin
#29 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
One of my top nights ever in theatre was A View from the Bridge with Christopher Maloni but Owen Roe's performance matched this, he is one of the best actors ever to come out of Ireland.
Fabulous shows and every seat has a good view
Powerscourt Gardens and House Enniskerry
#30 of 667 Sights & Landmarks in Province of Leinster
What a fabulous & well laid out garden with wonderful views, statues, well manicured lawns, beautiful flower beds, hidden gardens, water fountains & evan the most georgous horses I have ever seen.
It boasts the panoramic view of beautiful nature in the privately owned property where you can explore its extensive ground consisting of Japanese garden and a massive rose garden (fortunately, all roses were blos...
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