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Evi,  Belgium Belgium
18 Feb 2024
Excellent
Excellent way to explore Dublin. You can do so much more for less money. I Will purchase again.
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03 Sep 2023
Excellent
Really easy to use. We did not have any difficulty with the pass being accepted anywhere we went. We made the most of the pass by visiting lots of places and saved a small fortune from the...
Really easy to use. We did not have any difficulty with the pass being accepted anywhere we went. We made the most of the pass by visiting lots of places and saved a small fortune from the individual prices.
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Mateja,  Slovenia Slovenia
23 Aug 2023
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Excellent! The only problem was hop on and hop off bus… there are sveral hop on and hop off buses in Dublin and we hopped on wrong one…
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About: Glasnevin Cemetery

Glasnevin Cemetery is the resting place of over 1.5 million people, some of whom were prominent figures in Irish history. This Victorian burial ground was founded in 1832 and intended for people of all faiths - something pretty outrageous at a time when Catholics were banned from burial in Protestant graveyards. Daniel O’Connell, the cemetery's founder and political leader, is buried here, as is Irish revolutionary Michael Collins.

The onsite Glasnevin Museum is the world's first cemetery museum and - among other accolades - it was winner of Ireland’s Best Cultural Experience at the Irish Tourism Industry Awards 2015.

The National Botanic Garden of Ireland is adjacent to Glasnevin Cemetery, and you can enter this premier scientific institution for free. The gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic wrought iron glasshouses.

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Thursday 10:00 - 17:00
Glasnevin Cemetery
Finglas Rd, D11 PA00, Dublin
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