Things to do in Dublin
Buswells Hotel is the perfect spot for a city break in Dublin, with a fantastic central location convenient for all the local sights & sound.
St. James’s Gate, Dublin 8.
Have you ever wanted to pour a pint of Guinness? Well now you can and see how and where “the black stuff “ is made and finish your tour off with a pint in the Gravity Bar.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Located in Dublin's Docklands and tells the history of how Irish people travelled great distances to begin new lives with personal stories of love, triumph and adventure. Voted Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction 2019 at the World Travel Awards.
National Museum of Ireland
The Archaeology Museum has a magnificent collection on Pre Historic Ireland including Bronze Age gold objects, metalwork of 11th & 12th Century and many more suitable for young and old.
Tracing your Ancestors
National Library of Ireland, Kildare Street.
Are you looking to trace your Irish ancestry and have exhausted your family with lots of questions ? The National Library offer a free Genealogy Advisory Service to assist you start your research.
Viking Splash Tours
This is a great way to tour our lovely city by land and water with fantastic Viking guides. These tours are suitable for all ages from 3years in rain or shine.
This is a wonderful way to get an overview of Dublin’s main attractions. These tours allow you to hop off at any of the many attractions and re-join later to continue your tour. Our staff will be happy to book tickets for you during your stay with us.
Home to over 400 rare, exotic and endangered animals from around the world, Dublin Zoo is a must-see experience and the perfect fun-filled day out for families or with friends. There's something for all the family at Dublin Zoo.
The perfect afternoon or reunion with family or friends, at a safe distance of course! Take a tour of Jameson Distillery and learn about the distilling process and finish off with a sip on a complimentary glass of Jameson.