The James Joyce Tower, in Sandycove Dublin, holds a museum devoted to the life and works of James Joyce, who made the tower the setting for the first chapter of his masterpiece, Ulysses.
The 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.
Skerries Mills, in North County Dublin, is a unique collection of two windmills and a watermill with associated mill pond, mill races and wetlands. This industrial heritage centre is an ideal place to visit on a day trip.
Bram Stoker's 'Castle Dracula' is a show designed to entertain through interactive theatre. Based in Clontarf in North Dublin, the performance lasts two hours in the venue.
Situated in the heart of the city centre, the Chester Beatty Library's exhibitions open a window on the artistic treasures of the great cultures and religions of the world - Asia, Middle East, North Africa and Europe.