Points of Interest (Mobile Only)16 Moore Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/16_Moore_StreetNumber 16 Moore Street is a traditional red-bricked building on the left-hand side as you walked up. It displays a small plaque over the ground floor level which says Éirí Amach na Casca 1916 or in English ‘The Easter Rising, 1916. It was into this house that the leaders had retreated after the shelling of the GPO and, when escape was no longer possible, it was from here that it was decided to surrender and cease hostilities.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Aldborough Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Aldborough_HouseAldborough House is amongst the most important surviving historic houses in Dublin. Located on Portland Row, was the last great mansion to be built in Dublin city during the second half of the 18th century.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Arbour Hill Cemeteryhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Arbour_Hill_CemeteryThe military cemetery at Arbour Hill is the last resting place of 14 of the executed leaders of the insurrection of 1916.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Ashtown Demesnehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Ashtown_DemesneAshtown Demesne accessed off the Phoenix roundabout on Chesterfield Avenue, has numerous attractions for young and old alike. Those include Ashtown Castle, a two and a half acre Victorian Kitchen Walled Garden (under restoration), Phoenix Park Visitor Centre, Phoenix Cafe, toilets, car and coach parking, woodland walks, picnic area and new universal access playground. The Phoenix Park Visitor Centre has a historical interpretation and an audio-visual presentation of the Phoenix Park throughout the ages.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Aungier Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Aungier_Street_DublinAungier Street, Dublin.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Bank of Ireland-College Greenhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Bank_of_Ireland-College_GreenThe prestigious offices of Ireland's national bank began life as the first purpose-built parliament house in Europe.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Bedford Tower - Dublin Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Bedford_Tower_-_Dublin_CastleThe Bedford Tower was built over the original twin-towered entrance into Dublin Castle which was equipped with a portcullis and drawbridge and also served as a prison.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Belvedere Collegehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Belvedere_CollegeBelvedere College is Belvedere House, a mansion completed in 1786 for George Augustus Rochfort, 2nd Earl of Belvedere.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Berkeley Libraryhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Berkeley_LibraryTrinity College is entitled to a free copy of every book published in either Ireland or the United Kingdom so there are nearly 4½ million books held in the various libraries both on and off campus.Literary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Bermingham Tower - Dublin Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/vd_Bermingham_Tower_-_Dublin_CastleThe Bermingham Tower and its adjoining buildings served as the main cell and dungeon block in the Castle.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Betty Newman Sculpturehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Betty_Newman_SculptureThis monument is a metal representation of the ribs of a Viking ship. This is a sculpture by Betty Newman-Maguire from 1988 and represents the skeleton of a beached Viking ship. Traditionally, Vikings beached and often burned one of their ships to display their intention of settling permanently at this place. When the Vikings arrived permanently to settle at this spot in 917. They remained, often by the skin of their teeth against the attacks from the native Irish, and were only shifted by the arrival of the Normans in 1170.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Blackrock Scenehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Blackrock_SceneThis sculpture of bronze, resin bronze and stone is by locally based artist Rowan Gillespie was erected on this site in 1987 following the construction of the Blackrock by-pass.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Blackrock Town Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Blackrock_Town_HallThe Town Hall was built in 1865 when Blackrock Township Commission was established.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Bullock Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Bullock_CastleThe castle was part of the monastic farm at Monkstown.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Bullock Harbourhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Bullock_HarbourBullock Harbour located on the southeast coast of Dublin Bay in Ireland.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Butt Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Butt_BridgeButt Bridge is a road bridge in Dublin, Ireland which spans the River Liffey and joins George's Quay to Beresford Place and the north quays at Liberty Hall.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Capel Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Capel_StreetCapel Street, Dublin.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Central Bank Building & Plazahttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Central_Bank_Building_and_PlazaIt is the headquarters for the Central Bank & Financial Services Authority of Ireland, the state banking authority which supervises and controls the operating standards of all banks and other financial institutions.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Chapel Royal - Dublin Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Chapel_Royal_-_Dublin_CastleThe Chapel Royal was designed by Francis Johnston in 1807. It is noted for its plasterwork, oak carvings and the limestone heads which were carved by Edward Smyth and his son John. The coat-of-arms of all the Viceroys or Lord Lieutenants who were the King or Queen of England’s representative in Ireland are emblazoned on the wooden galleries and when these were full they were painted onto the church windows.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Christ the King Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Christ_the_King_StatueSculptured in 1920 by artist Andrew O’Connor, this cast bronze statue was not erected until 1978 because of controversy over its modern representationPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Church of St John the Baptisthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Church_of_St_John_the_BaptistThe catholic church of St John the Baptist is a fine gothic-style building with its lovely rose window on the gable end.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Church of St. Michael & Johnhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Church_of_St_Michael_and_JohnThe former Church of Saints Michael & John was built in 1813.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)City Assembly Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/City_Assembly_HouseThe City Assembly House on South William Street hosts a magnicent 18th century Exhibition Gallery, architectural tours, and a specialist book and gift shop. Home of the Irish Georgian Society and two minutes from Grafton Street.Dublin's Historic SitesMuseums & GalleriesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Civic Officeshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Civic_OfficesThe headquarters of Dublin City Council, known as the Civic Offices.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)College Greenhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/College_GreenCollege Green, obviously named today after Trinity College, but in medieval days it was known as Hoggen Green. Situated ½ km east of the city walls, Hoggen Green was once a commonage area used for grazing animals and for the performance of plays and pageants, the practice of archery and the popular spectacle of public hangings.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Cook Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Cook_StreetCook Street is so named because in medieval cities certain trades were assembled outside the city walls to prevent the danger of fire. Cooks and blacksmiths were good examples.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Cow's Lanehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Cows_LaneOne of Dublin’s newest streets, Cow’s Lane, opened in mid 2000, runs through the Old City, the last residential development to be undertaken in Temple Bar. Five different schemes, each designed by a different firm of architects, make up the complex. From a population of 5 or 6 people a decade ago this part of Temple Bar now houses around 2,000 residents. There was a medieval street called Cow Lane almost at this spot but in the intervening years it was built over. The building of these new apartments allowed the re-introduction of the street name. It is now a street of fashionable shops and a Saturday open-air fashion market.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Custom Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Custom_HouseThe Custom House, designed by the renowned James Gandon, was completed in 1791 and is one of Dublin's finest heritage buildings.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dalkey Islandhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Dalkey_IslandDalkey Island is an uninhabited island about 16 km (10 mi) south of Dublin, near the village of Dalkey, 3 km (2 mi) south of Dún Laoghaire harbour. Its name is a meld of the Irish deilg ("thorn") and the Old Norse øy ("island").The island is now uninhabited by humans, but there are the remains of houses, a church and a Martello Tower. Located less than 300 metres offshore the island comprises 9 hectares (22 acres). From Bullock Harbour, it is possible to rent a boat to visit the island, and also from Coliemore Harbour.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Daniel O'Connell Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Daniel_OConnell_StatueOne of Dublin’s finest sculptors, John Henry Foley designed this memorial to Daniel O’Connell which was unveiled to admiring crowds gathered in the pouring rain on 15 August 1882. Foley later went on to design the figure of Albert and to carve the group called Asia on the spectacular Albert Memorial in London.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Discover Ireland Centre, Suffolk Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Discover_Ireland_Centre_Suffolk_StreetThe Discover Ireland Centre Dublin is located just past Grafton Street on Suffolk Street, here you can pick up free information leaflets and get personal advice on: things to do; what's on; places to visit and to eat and drink.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin Discover Ireland CentresOther ServicesDublin Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Dublin_CastleDublin Castle is the heart of historic Dublin. In fact the city gets its name from the Black Pool - 'Dubh Linn' which was on the site of the present Castle garden.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin Castle Gardenshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Parks_and_Gardens/Dublin_Castle_GardensDesigned in the style of ancient Celtic jewelery this large grass area lies on the site of the Black Pool or in Irish, Dubh Linn.Parks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin City Hall Exhibition- The Story of the Capitalhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Dublin_City_Hall_-_The_Story_of_the_CapitalThe Story of the Capital Exhibition in the atmospheric vaults of Dublin city Hall is an exciting multimedia exhibition which traces the evolution of Dublin City.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin Docklandshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Dublin_DocklandsThe Dublin Docklands, the area known as Dublin's waterfront quarter, is a unique part of Dublin that is undergoing a process of regeneration and change, effectively extending the city centre down river. From stunning modern architecture, to historic buildings, to some of Dublin's finest hotels and restaurants, there is something for everyone in Dublin's Docklands!Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin Fusiliers Archhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Dublin_Fusiliers_ArchThe Fusiliers Arch marks the entrance to St. Stephen's Green while honouring the Royal Dublin Fusiliers who died in the second Boer War.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin Georgian Doorshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Dublin_Georgian_DoorsThe iconic colourful doors, ornate brass knockers and delicately leaded fanlights were a little twist of creativity in an otherwise strictly observed style.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin's Italian Quarter - Quartier Bloomhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Restaurants/vd_Dublins_Italian_Quarter_-_Quartier_BloomA new Italian Quarter has sprung up on the North side of the River Liffey near the Jervis Street Luas stop.RestaurantsItalian RestaurantsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Duke of Wellington Monumenthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Duke_of_Wellington_MonumentThe Wellington Testimonial was built to commemorate the victories of Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington. Wellington, a member of the Anglo-Irish upper class, also known as the 'Iron Duke', was born in Dublin. Originally planned to be located in Merrion Square, it was built in the Phoenix Park after opposition from the square's residents.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dún Laoghaire Harbourhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Dun_Laoghaire_HarbourDesigned by the great Scots EngineerJohn Rennie, the foundation stone of the harbour was laid in 1817 andconstructed with granite from Dalkey Quarry delivered by a funicular railroad.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dun Laoghaire Marinahttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Dun_Laoghaire_MarinaThe marina is located in the historic harbour of Dun Laoghaire on the southern shore of Dublin Bay.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dun Laoghaire Pier (East Pier)http://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Hiking_and_Walking/Dun_Laoghaire_PierIt is no wonder that some 1.3 million people walk Dun Laoghaire’s East Pier every year, passing jangling masts and an elegant bandstand en route to the 19th-century battery at the harbour mouth.Hiking and BikingDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dunsink Observatoryhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/dunsink_observatoryDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)East Link Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/East_Link_BridgeThe East-Link is a toll bridge in Dublin, Ireland, on the River Liffey, owned by Dublin City Council. The lifting bridge, which links North Wall to Ringsend, is the last bridge on the Liffey, which opens out into Dublin Port and then Dublin Bay just beyond. The bridge forms part of the R131 regional road.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Exchange Dublinhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Museums_and_Galleries_in_Dublin/Exchange_DublinExchange Dublin is a volunteer-run arts collective providing free gallery and event space to local and visiting artists, individuals and community groups. Visit us at Exchange Street Upper opposite Dublin Castle if you're interested!Museums & GalleriesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Famine Memorialhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Famine_MemorialHere you will see the Famine statues, presented to the City of Dublin in 1997.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Father Mathew Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Father_Mathew_BridgeFather Mathew Bridge is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland and joining Merchants Quay to Church Street and the north quays. It is approximately on the site of the original, and for many years only, Bridge of Dublin, dating back to the 1000s.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Findlater's Churchhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Findlaters_ChurchThe Abbey Presbyterian Church, opened in 1864 and is more commonly called Findlater’s Church, in memory of its chief benefactor, Alexander Findlater, founder of a one-time grocery, wine and spirit chain of stores.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Fishamble Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Fishamble_StreetFishamble Street was first laid down by the Viking’s around the 10th century as a through passageway to connect the riverfront to the main market centre around High Street.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Fitzwilliam Squarehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Fitzwilliam_SquareFitzwilliam Square is a small but historic Georgian square in the south of central Dublin, Ireland. It was the last of the five Georgian squares in Dublin to be built.Dublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Frank Sherwin Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Frank_Sherwin_BridgeFrank Sherwin Bridge is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland. It joins St. John's Road and the south quays from Heuston Station to Wolfe Tone Quay and Parkgate Street on the Northside.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Freemasons' Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/freemansons_hallVisitors will be welcomed to the esoterically styled meeting rooms of this Victorian gem, the purpose built headquarters of the Freemasons in Ireland.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Garden of Remembrancehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Garden_of_RemembranceDesigned by Daithi Hanly and dedicated to the memory of all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom.Dublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)General Post Officehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/General_Post_OfficeDublin's GPO is a landmark building, situated prominently in the middle of O'Connell Street.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Georges Street Arcadehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Dublin_Shops/Georges_Street_ArcadeThe Georges Street Arcade is a much loved landmark for Dubliners and Visitors alike retaining its architectural integrity, its unique shopping atmosphere and its special Dublin personality of warmth and humour.Dublin ShopsOtherDublin MarketsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Grafton Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Dublin_Shops/Grafton_StreetGrafton Street provides the shopper with a myriad of temptations from the best of Irish and international fashion to Irish gifts and craft wareDublin ShopsOtherPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Grattan Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Grattan_BridgeDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Great South Wallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Great_South_WallThe Great South Wall (also sometimes called the South Bull Wall), at the Port of Dublin, extends from Ringsend nearly four miles out into Dublin Bay. It was the world's longest sea-wall at the time of its building, remaining one of the longest in Europe. It faces the later-built Bull Wall, and has one of a trio of port lighthouses at its end.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Ha'penny Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Hapenny_BridgeThe Ha'penny Bridge is Dublin's oldest pedestrian crossing over the River Liffey. It was erected in 1816 as the Wellington Bridge and it acquired its better known nickname from the halfpenny toll levied on all users of the bridge up to 1919. It is one of the earliest cast-iron structures of its kind.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Henrietta Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Henrietta_StreetHenrietta Street, is a Dublin street, to the north of Dorset Street, on the north side of the city, first laid out and developed by Luke Gardiner during the 1720s.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Henry Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Dublin_Shops/Henry_StreetHenry Street offers the best choice in high street fashion and popular Irish chain stores and is where Arnott’s, one of Dublin’s best loved department stores, can be found.Dublin ShopsOtherPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Howth Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Howth_CastleHowth Castle is the private residence of the Gaisford-St Lawrence family. The house is not normally open to the public, but the family recognises that there is an understandable interest in it and its contents. We believe that the fact that the house has been home to the same family for so long is what makes it unique. Unlike many other houses of its size in Ireland it is not a museum or a hotel but a home which we enjoy sharing with others.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Huguenot Graveyardhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Huguenot_GraveyardA Huguenot graveyard opened in 1693 by non-conformist Huguenots and restored in 1988 by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Idrone Terracehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Idrone_TerraceElegant terrace of 19th century houses featuring square doorcases with elaborate timber brackets.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Ireland's Eyehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Irelands_EyeIf you would like a retreat from the hustle and bustle of city life then look no further than Ireland's Eye.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Irish Architecture Foundationhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Irish_Architecture_FoundationThe Irish Architecture Foundation’s role is to be a vibrant and passionate organisation that excites its audiences about the value of architecture.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Isolde's Towerhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Isoldes_TowerIn 1993, when digging out the foundations for the new apartment block above, the archaeologists found the substantial lower sections of this massive tower. The walls are 4m thick and the tower rose to a height of three storeys. This tower had to be strong as it would be the first part of the defences to face a determined sea-borne attack.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)James Joyce Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/James_Joyce_BridgeOne of the Liffey’s newer bridges, it connects Blackhall Place (home of the Law Society of Ireland) to Usher’s Island, the home that takes centre stage in Joyce’s short story, The Dead.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)James Joyce Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/James_Joyce_StatueThis life-size bronze, crafted by Marjorie Fitzgibbon, was installed in 1990 and commemorates one of the giants of 20th century literature. James Joyce was born in Dublin in 1882 and by 1904, with only two more short visits to Dublin, was a self-imposed exile in Europe variously settling in Italy, France and Switzerland.Dublin's Historic SitesLiterary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)James Larkin Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/James_Larkin_StatueJames (Big Jim) Larkin (Irish: Séamas Ó Lorcáin; 21 January 1876 – 30 January 1947), was an Irish trade union leader and socialist activist, born to Irish parents in Liverpool, England in 1875. He and his family later moved to a small cottage in Burren, southern County Down. Growing up in poverty, he received little formal education and began working in a variety of jobs while still a child. He became a full-time trade union organiser in 1905.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship / Famine Museumhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Kids_Dublin/Jeanie_Johnston_Tall_Ship_Famine_MuseumA step aboard the Jeanie Johnston is a step towards understanding the daunting experience of the millions of people who crossed the Atlantic seeking survival and hope in the “New World” of North America. Its to experience the fear of the unknown ahead, the flight from poverty and famine, the pain of separation from family, and the challenge of a 3,000 mile voyage braving gales and harsh seas.Child Friendly ActivitiesMuseums & GalleriesVisitor AttractionsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Kilmashogue Forest Parkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Hiking_and_Walking/Kilmashogue_Forest_ParkKilmashogue is located in the Dublin Mountains, only a half hour bus or car journey's time from the centre of Dublin; 3.5 km west of Sandyford.Hiking and BikingPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)King's Innshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Kings_InnsThe Honorable Society of King’s Inns is the oldest institution of legal education in Ireland. It was founded in 1541 during the reign of Henry VIII when the king granted the Society the lands and properties on which the Four Courts now stand but which were then occupied by a Dominican monasteryDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Lambay Islandhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Lambay_IslandIsland lies in the Irish Sea off the coast of north County Dublin in Ireland. It is four kilometres offshore from the headland at Portrane and is the easternmost point of the Republic of Ireland.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Leinster Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Leinster_HouseSeat of Dail Eireann (House of Representatives) and Seannad Eireann (The Senate), which (together with the President) constitute the Oireachtas (National Parliament), was erected in 1745 from designs by Richard Castle.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Literary Parade, St. Patrick's Parkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Literary_Parade_St_Patricks_ParkOne of the most pleasing arrays of sculpture in the city is the Literary Parade of Irish Writers. It was crafted by Colm Brennan and John Coll and commissioned in 1988 by Irish Distillers to commemorate the so-called Dublin Millennium in 1988Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Mansion Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Mansion_HouseThe Mansion House is the residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin and has been since 1715.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Martello Tower, Seapointhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Martello_TowerSeapoint Martello Tower is a restored early nineteenth century Martello Tower that was originally built to defend Dublin from Napoleonic invasion.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Meeting House Squarehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Meeting_House_SquareMeeting House Square is a large open space in the heart of the old city of Temple Bar. Food markets, festivals, events, outdoor cinema are just some of the ongoing activities that make Temple Bar and Meeting House Square a must visit location during any visit to Dublin.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Merrion Squarehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Theatres_and_Venues/Merrion_SquareThis elegant Square, adorned by an attractive public park, retains much of its Georgian character.Theatres & VenuesDublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Millenium Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Millenium_BridgeThe Millennium Bridge is one of Dublin's newer river bridges and was opened on 20 December 1999 thus beating its deadline by a full 11 days! Solely a pedestrian bridge, its purpose was to open a new route between Temple Bar and the Mary Street/Jervis Street shopping district and to relieve congestion on the nearby Halfpenny Bridge.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Millennium Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Millennium_BridgeThe Millennium Bridge is a pedestrian bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, joining Eustace Street in Temple Bar to the north quays.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Molly Malone Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Molly_Malone_StatueThe Molly Malone statue is located at the end of Grafton Street, opposite Trinity College.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Monkstown Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Monkstown_CastleThe ruins of this 16th century castle consist of the gate tower and a residential block, connected by a section of the bawn wall.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Moore Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Moore_StreetScene of Dublin’s famous street barrow vendors. This colourful and lively street is a must for visitors who wish to experience a slice of life and get a flavour of Dublin through the wit of its people.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Moore Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/vd_Moore_StreetScene of Dublin’s famous street barrow vendors. This colourful and lively street is a must for visitors who wish to experience a slice of life and get a flavour of Dublin through the wit of its people.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin MarketsMountjoy Squarehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Mountjoy_SquareMountjoy Square, one of five Georgian squares in Dublin, Ireland, lies on the north side of the city just under a kilometre from the River LiffeyDublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)North Great George's Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/North_Great_Georges_StreetGreat George’s Street North has survived much as was when first built in the mid to late 18th century. Even the pavements are composed of the original granite paving slabs. Unusually too, some of the houses are still lived in as private residences but the others have gone the usual way for Georgian houses in Dublin and are occupied by offices and institutions. For years these same residents have fought to preserve the street and prevent intrusive commercialisation and exploitation. In this they have been somewhat successful.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Number 26 Fishamble Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Number_26_Fishamble_StreetNo. 26, as it appears today, dates from the 1720s but it incorporates features such as oak beams from an earlier 17th century structure and is definitely built on the foundations of a late medieval or Tudor house.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)O'Connell Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/OConnell_BridgeThe first O’Connell Bridge (then called Carlisle Bridge) was completed in 1795 to the designs of James Gandon, the famous architect who also designed one of Dublin’s most magnificent Georgian buildings, the Custom House, whose green copper dome you can see in the far distance.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)O'Connell Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/OConnell_StreetIt is hard to believe that less than 400 years ago O’Connell Street and this part of Dublin was part of Dublin Bay and was covered by sea-water during high tide.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)O'Donovan Rossa Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/O_Donovan_Rossa_BridgeO'Donovan Rossa Bridge is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland and joining Winetavern Street to Chancery Place (at the Four Courts) and the north quays.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Old Treasury Buildings - Dublin Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Old_Treasury_Buildings_-_Dublin_CastleThe old Treasury buildings were first built in 1717. During restoration work carried out by the Office of Public Works in 1986, the massive lower section of the Gunpowder Tower, Dublin Castle’s 13th century north-eastern corner bastion, was discovered. As a result of preservation work visitors can now see underground the substantial base of the tower, steps leading up to a postern gate, a section of the old town wall, part of the Viking defensive embankment and the River Poddle itself. Visitors on the internal Dublin Castle tour are taken down to see these remains.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Oliver Goldsmith Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Oliver_Goldsmith_StatueOliver Goldsmith (1728-1774), one of a long line of distinguished graduates of Trinity College. He lived most of his adult life in London writing such favourites as the novel The Vicar of Wakefield, the poem The Deserted Village and the play She Stoops to Conquer.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Oscar Wilde Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Oscar_Wilde_HouseThe house is an excellent example of Georgian architecture as its many remarkable cornices, architraves and decorative centerpieces demonstrate throughout.Dublin's Historic SitesLiterary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Oscar Wilde Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Literary_Dublin/Oscar_Wilde_StatueThis is the memorial to Oscar Wilde.Literary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Parliament Streethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Parliament_StreetParliament Street, Temple Bar, Dublin.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Parnell Monumenthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Parnell_MonumentCharles Stewart Parnell was a hero to the Irish people in the 1870s and 80s when through political non-violent means he forced the British Government to introduce land reform and almost achieved Home Rule for Ireland. Then his liaison with a married woman and his subsequent marriage to her lost him the support of the then powerful Catholic Church and the majority of people and he fell from grace. Upon his death in 1891 there was forgiveness for him and a realisation of his prodigious work for Ireland and over 200,000 people followed his funeral to Glasnevin Cemetery. Such was the re-birth of his popularity that tens of thousands of pounds were collected by public subscription towards a suitable monument in his memory. The resultant memorial, unveiled in 1911, stands proudly at the top of O'Connell Street. The sculptor was Augustus Saint-Gaudens.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Parnell Squarehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Parnell_SquareParnell Square, called Rutland Square in the 18th century, is one of Dublin’s classic Georgian squares. On this, the east side, are some of the largest Georgian houses in the city. In the centre of the square, where the ancillary buildings of the Rotunda Hospital are now, there were once splendid gardens where the nobility and glitterati of the 18th century used to gather to enjoy stylish parties, festivals and carnivals. The revenue from these assemblies all went to support the work of the hospitalPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Phil Lynott Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Phil_Lynott_StatueIn 2005, a life-size bronze statue of Phil Lynott was unveiled on Harry Street, off Grafton Street, Dublin.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Poolbeg Lighthousehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Poolbeg_LighthousePoolbeg Lighthouse in Dublin Bay was built in 1768 and initially operated on candlepower (reputedly the first in the world to do so) but changed to oil in 1786. It was re-designed and re-built into its present form in 1820.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Powerscourt Townhouse Centrehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Dublin_Shops/Powerscourt_Townhouse_CentrePowerscourt Centre is a speciality shopping centre set in an elegant Georgian house centrally located just off Grafton Street.Dublin ShopsShopping CentresPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Provost's Househttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Provosts_HouseThe Provost's House dates from the 1760s and was built for Provost Andrews of Trinity College.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Record Tower - Dublin Castlehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Record_Tower_-_Dublin_CastleThe Record Tower, although later modified, dates from 1205 and is the original south-eastern tower of the medieval castle. Now the home of the Garda (or Police) Museum it served many roles in its historic past. It was once the Wardrobe Tower, the Gunners’ Tower, a state prison and more recently it served as the repository for State Papers – hence its name.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Rory Gallagher Cornerhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Rory_Gallagher_CornerGallagher was always associated with his well-worn sunburst 1961 Stratocaster (Serial Number 64351), which his brother Donal has officially retired. It was reputedly the first in Ireland, and was ordered from Fender by Jim Connolly, a showband member performing with The Irish Showband.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Rory O'More Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Rory_O_More_BridgeRory O'More Bridge is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin, Ireland and joining Watling Street (by the Guinness grounds) to Ellis Street and the north quays.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Rotunda Hospitalhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Rotunda_HospitalThe Rotunda Hospital is one of the three main maternity hospitals in the city of Dublin, the others being the The Coombe and The National Maternity Hospital. The hospital is located just off the top of O'Connell Street, on Parnell Square, on the north side of the city.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Royal Irish Academyhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Royal_Irish_AcademyA prominent Georgian-style building, built in 1770, which houses the prestigious Royal Irish Academy. This is a learned institution, founded in 1785.to promote scientific and historic research. In 1932, one of its members, Ernest Walton, in association with his mentor Ernest Rutherford and colleague John Cockcroft, was the first person to artificially split the atom using accelerated protons fired at lithium metal.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Royal Irish Automobile Clubhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Royal_Irish_Automobile_ClubThe Irish Automobile Club – as it was then known – was formed at a meeting on the night of January 22nd 1901, and is one of the oldest motor clubs in the world. Set up to further and promote the interests of automobilism in Ireland, its first general meeting took place in the Metropole Hotel in Sackville Street (now O’Connell Street), Dublin on March 12th 1901.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Rutland Fountainhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Rutland_FountainKnown as the Rutland Fountain, it was erected in 1791. This stone structure, with a central arch and a pair of short screen walls on either side, commemorates Charles Manners, 4th Duke of Rutland. He was appointed Lord Lieutenant of Ireland in 1784 but died three years later while still in office. The monument was more than just an elegant testimonial. It also performed an extremely useful service to the neighbouring streets; it was a fountain that provided fresh drinking water to houses where, despite their grandeur, running water would not be installed for around another fifty years or so.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Samuel Beckett Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Samuel_Beckett_BridgeThe Samuel Beckett Bridge links the northside and southside of the city over the River Liffey in the Dublin Docklands.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Seán Heuston Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Sean_Heuston_BridgeSeán Heuston Bridge, Previously King’s Bridge, the cast-iron construction dating from 1828, once led horse-drawn traffic to Kingsbridge Station renamed Heuston in 1941.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Sean O'Casey Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Sean_OCasey_BridgeThe Sean O’Casey Bridge, has won a major international engineering award. The bridge, which was commissioned by the Docklands Authority, won the Best Pedestrian Bridge at the International IStructE Awards run by the UK ’s Institute of Structural Engineers .Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Smithfieldhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Other_Services/SmithfieldSmithfield is one of the most historic areas in Dublin city.Other ServicesDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Smithfield Outdoor Markethttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Smithfield_Outdoor_MarketSpanish foods, jams, cheese, olives, breads, fruit & veg, beauty products, jewellery.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin MarketsSt Audoen's Churchhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/St_Audoens_ChurchSited in the heart of the walled city, St. Audoen's is the only remaining medieval parish church in Dublin. It is dedicated to St. Ouen, the 7th century bishop of Rouen and patron saint of Normandy.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)St Stephen's Greenhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Kids_Dublin/vd_St_Stephens_GreenProbably Ireland's best known Victorian public park.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)St. Anne's Churchhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Kids_Dublin/St_Annes_ChurchBuilt in 1729, St Ann’s Church was re-fronted in 1868. So if it looks Victorian on the outside it may come as a surprise to see its wonderful classical Georgian interior.Child Friendly ActivitiesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)St. Mary's Abbeyhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/St_Marys_AbbeySt. Mary's is one of Dublin's best kept medieval secrets. Once the wealthiest Cistercian abbey in Ireland, today it is unrecognisable.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)St. Mary's Pro Cathedralhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions//St_Marys_Pro_CathedralThough Catholic Dublin has not possessed a cathedral since the Reformation, for almost 200 years now St. Mary's Pro Cathedral has served as the 'mother-church' of the Dublin archdiocese.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Sunlight Chambershttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Sunlight_ChambersThe colourful, Italianate-styled building, at the corner of Parliament Street and Essex Quay, is one of Dublin’s most unusual and best-loved buildings.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Tailor's Hallhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Tailors_HallA short distance south on the opposite side of High Street is the Tailor's Hall, dating from 1796 and the only remaining guild hall in Dublin.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Talbot Memorial Bridgehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Talbot_Memorial_BridgeThe Talbot Memorial Bridge is a road bridge spanning the River Liffey in Dublin city centre in the Republic of Ireland Completed in 1978, it is 22 metres (72 feet) wide, and was designed by De Leuw, Chadwick and O’hEocha Consulting Engineers.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Temple Bar - Dublin's Cultural Quarterhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Temple_Bar_-_Dublins_Cultural_QuarterThe architecturally award winning Old City area of Temple Bar offers a welcome calming alternative to the rush and bustle of our busy, city centre. With its outdoor cafe terraces, delicious eateries and pedestrianised streets this historic area is the place to visit for the discerning and adventurous shopper with high quality fashion, footwear, furniture, food and culture.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Other ServicesVirtual Dublin (Mobile Only)The Black Churchhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_Black_ChurchLooking for a fright?! The Black Church or St. Mary's Chapel-of-Ease on St. Mary's Place was built in 1830. The stone used to construct the church is called calp stone and looks dark after rain. Because of this, Dubliners call it ‘the Black Church’. A sinister legend has it that if you run around the church three times at midnight, the devil will apppear and steal your soul….do you dare?! Nobody knows if this is true as few have been brave enough to try it!Points of Interest (Mobile Only)The Boardwalkhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_BoardwalkThe Boardwalk, first opened at the end of 1999, has proved to be one of the city’s most successful Millennium projects. As well as allowing a pedestrian route close to the river and an opportunity to sit on one of the sun-drenched benches or quaff a coffee at riverside kiosk it gives a wonderful perspective of the south banks of the city.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)The Cross of Blackrockhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_Cross_of_BlackrockNow situated on the pavement outside Bank of Ireland, this 12th century granite cross was moved here from some unrecorded church site in the locality.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)The Five Lampshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/The_Five_LampsThe Five Lamps is a decorative lamp post with five lanterns, which stands at the junction of five streets - Portland Row, North Strand Road, Seville Place, Amiens Street and Killarney Street.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The Four Courtshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/The_Four_CourtsBuilding work on this impressive Georgian building was begun in 1776 based on designs of architect Thomas Cooley.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The IFSChttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_IFSCDublin's IFSC, which was set up by the Irish Government with EU approval in 1987, is globally recognised as a leading location for a range of internationally traded financial services, including banking, asset financing, fund management, corporate treasury management, investment management, custody and administration and specialised insurance operations.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)The Iveagh Gardenshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Kids_Dublin/The_Iveagh_GardensThe Iveagh Gardens are among the finest and least known of Dublin's park and gardens.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The Linesman Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_Linesman_StatueThis bronze sculpture, by Irish artist Dony MacManus, commemorates the tradition of docking in the area, which disappeared with the containerisation of shipping cargo.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)The Metalshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Hiking_and_Walking/The_MetalsThe Metals is the historic route that once brought stone from Dalkey Quarry to the great harbour works in Dun Laoghiare.Hiking and BikingDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The Obelisk, Stillorganhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/The_Obelisk_StillorganThe Stillorgan Obelisk is believed to have been built in 1727. Standing over 100 feet high, it was designed by the eminent architect Sir Edward Lovett Pearce who also designed the Bank of Ireland on College Green. It was probably the first obelisk to have been built in Ireland.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The Oratory of the Sacred Hearthttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_Oratory_of_the_Sacred_HeartThe Oratory of the Sacred heart is universally regarded as a gem of Celtic revival art. Artist Sister Concepta Lynch decorated this tiny oratory, built at the end of World War OnePoints of Interest (Mobile Only)The Spirehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/The_SpireThe Spire of Dublin, a 120 metre high landmark in the heart of Dublin City, was unveiled in 2002.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Virtual Dublin (Mobile Only)Thomas Heazle Parke Statuehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Thomas_Heazle_Parke_StatueThe statue in front of the Natural History Museum is that of Thomas Heazle Parke, a Co. Leitrim man, who distinguished himself as a doctor in the service of the British Army in Africa. He served on the relief expedition to Khartoum to relieve the doomed General Gordon in 1885 and accompanied Sir Henry Stanley on his famous Nile Expedition of 1887.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Trinity Collegehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Theatres_and_Venues/Trinity_CollegeTrinity College is the oldest university in Ireland. Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I, the College is in an enviable position in the very heart of Ireland's capital. Trinity College on its 40-acre site retains some of its ancient seclusion of cobbled squares, gardens and parks.Theatres & VenuesDublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Virtual Dublin (Mobile Only)Trinity College Library / The Long Roomhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Trinity_College_Library_and_The_Long_RoomTrinity College Library / The Long RoomDublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsLiterary DublinPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Wall of Famehttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Wall_of_FameThe Rockarchive Gallery Dublin, Temple Bar Music Centre & Exclusive Blinds, proudly present the Wall of Fame, a monumental tribute to some of Ireland’s favourite musical heroes. For the first time, Ireland’s world renowned musical talent is being acknowledged and celebrated in a permanent outdoor photographic exhibition, situated in Dublin’s Cultural Quarter, Temple Bar.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)War Memorial Gardenshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Visitor_Attractions/War_Memorial_GardensThe War Memorial Gardens cover an area of the southern slopes of the Liffey opposite the Magazine Fort in the Phoenix Park.Visitor AttractionsParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Windmill Lane Studioshttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Points_of_Interest/Windmill_Lane_StudiosWindmill Lane Studios, also known as the "U2 studio", is a three-storey music recording studio located in Dublin, Ireland. It is located on Windmill Lane, a small street just south of City Quay and the River Liffey and a little north of Pearse Station.Points of Interest (Mobile Only)Wood Quayhttp://www.visitdublin.com/Asset/See_and_Do/tours_attractions/Historic_Sites/Wood_QuayWood Quay is a riverside area of Dublin that was a site of Viking settlement. Dublin Corporation acquired Wood Quay gradually between 1950 and 1975, finally announcing that it would be the location of their new offices.Dublin's Historic SitesPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)