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The Guinness Storehouse is Dublin's number one tourist attraction and the perfect pit-stop for any beer fan! It's located at St. James's Gate, Dublin, Ireland. Learn about the history of the Guinness, enjoy the brewery experience, and sample everything there is to know about Ireland's famous beer. There are even tastings and a rooftop bar with stunning city views. What great craic!
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This is the original Jameson Distillery Bow St., where distiller John Jameson first set up shop in 1780. Over 230 years and a major renovation later, it now hosts fun and fascinating experiences such as premium whiskey tasting, whiskey-blending lessons, and cocktail-crafting classes.
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Built around 1028, Christ Church is Dublin’s premier cathedral. Remarkably, this medieval structure is the nominal seat of both the Anglican (Church of Ireland) and Roman Catholic archbishops of Dublin. It's also one of two medieval cathedrals in the same city.
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Founded back in 1220, Saint Patrick's Cathedral in Dublin is the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland. It's also the tallest church in Ireland, boasting a 43-metre spire and some pretty impressive Gothic architecture. A well on the grounds of the cathedral is said to have been used by St. Patrick himself to baptize Ireland's pagan population into Christianity. The grounds are also the burial site of the Anglo-Irish writer of Gulliver's Travels, Jonathan Swift. Today, the cathedral is one of Dublin's must-see landmarks for visitors to the Fair City.
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The nectar of life is all around you at one of Dublin's top attractions - the Irish Whiskey Museum. Here's where to come for a full lowdown on whiskey's history and to see some very cool whiskey memorabilia from the 1800s. The Irish Whiskey Museum is located right in the heart of Dublin, by Trinity College.
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EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is situated in the lively Custom House Quarter building in Dublin's port district. The museum brings Ireland's fascinating history to life with immersive and interactive exhibits, video galleries, motion sensor quizzes, remastered archival material from 100 years ago, and more. EPIC is dedicated to the far-reaching influence of Irish emigration, and the impact of the 10 million Irish men and women who left Ireland for foreign shores.
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Jeanie Johnston, Dublin's Docklands
One million Irish people fled Ireland during the famine. 2,500 took a gruelling voyage on the Jeanie Johnston. Take a journey back in time, get an insight into life on board a Famine ship and hear the stories of the people who made the arduous voyage.
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The National Wax Museum Plus is right in the middle of Dublin, just a two minute walk from Trinity College, and close to other highlights like Dublin Castle and Temple Bar. Here's where stars of the present - like Liam Neeson and U2 - rub waxy shoulders with greats of the past - including Samuel Beckett and James Joyce. There are other fun features as well, including a green screen video studio, a chamber of horrors, and the Kid's World area.
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From U2 to Enya and beyond, Ireland has made its mark on the music industry. At The Irish Rock 'n' Roll Museum Experience you'll get to load up on the history of the music scene in an iconic building in the center of the city. Who knows who you might find recording, or hanging out in the rehearsal rooms at this fully functional studio? It's only 5 minutes from Trinity College Dublin and easily accessible via public transport to Dublin’s famous Temple Bar. Rock on!
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The GPO Museum is located inside the General Post Office on Dublin's O’Connell Street. This grand building, designed by Francis Johnston in 1814, is easy to reach by Dublin Bus, as well as via Bus Éireann and other national bus companies. It's also a three-minute walk from the Abbey Street stop on the Luas Red Line.
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Pearse Lyons Distillery at St. James is an Irish whiskey distillery. Its founder, Pearse Lyons, held a PhD in yeast fermentation, and was the first Irishman to receive a formal degree in brewing and distilling from the British School of Malting and Brewing.
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