1 Lincoln Place
Sweny's Pharmacy is a Joycean landmark and the place at which fictional character Leopold Bloom bought his lemon soap. It is located close to Trinity College and Dublin City Centre.
1.1km from O'Connell Bridge
The Kelly Hood Art Studio was formed in 2013 to cater to a large audience of animal art lovers. The gallery is located off Dublin's main shopping district Grafton Street.
0.4km from O'Connell Bridge
The Pearse Museum and St. Enda's Park was once the home and school of the patriot and educationalist, Patrick Pearse.
6.9km from O'Connell Bridge
Trinity College, College Green
Edmund Burke(12 January 1729– 1797) was a political philosopher and orator, and is generally viewed as the philosophical founder of modern Conservatism. He was born on Arran quay in Dublin. There is a monument to him at Trinity College, Dublin.
37 Fitzwilliam St. Upr
The Origin Art Gallery features contemporary paintings, traditional paintings and sculpture. Artists featured, amongst others, include Linda Graham, Mark Redden, Katarzyna Gajewska and Brian Harte.
1.5km from O'Connell Bridge
The Armoury, Foster Place
The National Wax Museum Plus is a new interactive visitor attraction, located on Foster Place, just off Dame Street, in the Temple Bar district in Dublin city Centre.
Westwood Club, Clontarf Road
Ireland’s most Quirky & Bizarre Tour & Show in Dublin’s most Unique Tourist Attraction! Celebrating one of Ireland’s most Famous Writers Bram Stoker and his Masterpiece ‘Dracula'.
3.3km from O'Connell Bridge
Tolka Valley Park is spread over 140 hectares, near Blanchardstown in Dublin City. The linear park follows the Tolka River Valley for 8km from Mulhuddard to Ashtown.
9.6km from O'Connell Bridge
St Mary's Pro Cathedral, 83 Marlborough Street
Although Dublin City has not possessed a Catholic cathedral for nearly 200 years, St. Mary’s has served as the 'mother-church' of the Dublin archdiocese. The church continues to hold services as well as occasional special events.
1km from O'Connell Bridge
18 Dawson Street
St Ann’s Church was founded in Dublin City in 1707 and in 1868 a neo-Romanesque façade was added. The church has memorials dedicated to those lost in World War I and World War II.
0.7km from O'Connell Bridge
Burrow Beach had been awarded for the first time a Green Coast Award 2015
12km from O'Connell Bridge
A late 17th century classical building with chapel, great hall, formal gardens, burial grounds and artist studios, the Royal Hospital Kilmainham is now home to Irish and international visual art.
2.2km from O'Connell Bridge
Ferry Terminal Building
The "Shackleton Endurance" exhibition has 150 photographs and text boards telling the story of the most famous rescue in all maritime history. The venue is the Ferry Terminal building in Dun Laoghaire.
10.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Martello Tower, Howth
The Ye Olde Hurdy-Gurdy Museum of Vintage Radio is located in the Martello Tower in Howth, County Dublin, and houses a collection of exhibits chronicling the history of telecommunications from the 1840s to present day.
14.4km from O'Connell Bridge
Portrane Beach is a 2km stretch of sandy beach located in the seaside village of Portrane, County Dublin. It is a popular spot with locals and has some glorious scenic walks sweeping around Rogerstown Estuary.
19.8km from O'Connell Bridge
Saint Thomas Lane, Cathedral Street
St. Kevin’s Oratory was erected in Dublin City Centre in the late 1920s. It is a rectangular chapel and features a marble altar, over which hangs a painting of St Kevin of Glendalough.
The elegant Merrion Square, in Dublin City, is adorned by an attractive public park and retains much of its Georgian character.
1.3km from O'Connell Bridge
Finglas Road, Glasnevin
Glasnevin is Ireland's largest cemetery where over 1.5 million people are buried including icons such as Daniel O'Connell, Michael Collins, Charles Stewart Parnell, Maud Gonne, and Eamon DeValera. Currently listed in the top 3 Dublin attractions.
3.2km from O'Connell Bridge
St. Stephens's Green
Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa was born in 1831. He was an active Fenian leader and died in 1915. He is buried in Glasnevin and a monument in St Stephen's Green, designed by S Murphy, is dedicated to him.
0.8km from O'Connell Bridge
18 Parnell Square
The Irish literary tradition is one of the most illustrious in the world, famous for four Nobel Prize winners and for any other writers of international renown. The Writers Museum was opened to house a history and celebration of literary Dublin.
1.2km from O'Connell Bridge
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