Dublin’s DNA is a unique and fascinating trail comprising some of the city’s most vibrant attractions that are a key not only to the character of Dublin city, but also to its people and the people of Ireland.




Immerse yourself in Ireland’s rich history and explore some of the best known sites which have contributed to our past. Sites such as EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, GPO Witness History14 Henrietta StreetGlasnevin Cemetery and 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour explore Ireland’s past and the fascinating events which have built our country.


Dublin’s wonderful and diverse cultures can be captured by visiting our sites such as GAA Museum and Croke Park, The National Botanic Gardens, The James Joyce Centre, Mountjoy Square and Dublin City Gallery – The Hugh Lane. With a wide selection of interests, visit these sites to learn about Ireland’s flora, sporting history, Ireland’s most famous writer and art in Ireland.


Everyone should visit the Guinness Storehouse and Jameson Distillery Bow Street. The craft of making Jameson whiskey and brewing Guinness has been in the blood of Ireland for hundreds of years. Learn about the families who begun these journeys and how these crafts have evolved over the years.

By Foot, by Bus, by Car, by Bike.
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