The Gresham Dublin Hotel,
23 Upr. O'Connell St.,
Dublin 1, Ireland.
Tel: +353-1-874 6881
Fax: +353-1-878 7175
St Stephen's Green Luas Station
Abbey Street Luas Station
Abbey Street Luas Station
Pearse Street Train Station
Old Jameson's Distillery
The Old Jameson Distillery is located on the original site of John Jameson's distillery in Bow Street in Dublin. This distillery, founded in 1780, was Ireland's most famous distillery for nearly 200 years, until its closure in 1971, when distilling of Jameson Irish Whiskey was transferred to the Midleton Distillery. For many years the Bow Street Distillery lay abandoned, but today, once again, it is a hub of activity, welcoming visitors from all over the world.
Dublin Zoo, in Phoenix Park, Dublin, Ireland is the largest zoo in Ireland and one of Dublin's most popular attractions. Opened in 1831, the zoo describes its role as conservation, study, and education. Its stated mission is to "work in partnership with zoos worldwide to make a significant contribution to the conservation of the endangered species on Earth". Covering over 24 hectares (59 acres) of Phoenix Park, it is divided into areas named World of Cats, World of Primates, The Kaziranga Forest Trail, Fringes of the Arctic, African Plains, Birds, Reptiles, Plants, City Farm and Endangered Species. In 2010, Dublin Zoo received 963,053 visitors
Garden of Remembrance
The Garden of Remembrance is a memorial garden in Dublin dedicated to the memory of "all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom". It is located in the northern fifth of the former Rotunda Gardens in Parnell Square, a Georgian square at the northern end of O'Connell Street
Aviva Stadium reopened its doors on 14th May 2010 and has a seated capacity of 50,000. The Aviva Stadium Walk is a wonderful and unique opportunity for supporters to make their mark alongside other fans and Irish Rugby and Football heroes past and present and be part of the history and future of the stadium.
Croke Park has been at the heart of Irish sporting life for over a hundred years. Boasting a capacity for 82,300 people, the stadium is the home of Gaelic Games and the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA).
The Four Courts building can be seen from the Hop On Hop off Tour Bus as it drives along the Liffey Riverside. You will have to get off the bus at the Old Jameson Distillery stop and walk a few hundred metres to the Four Courts.
The O2 was built on the site of the former Point Theatre, a smaller music venue which operated from 1988 - 2007, retaining only some of the outer facade. Following its closure, the site underwent major redevelopment and was renamed after the telecommunication brand.
Convention Centre Dublin
The Convention Centre Dublin (The CCD) is Ireland's new world class purpose-built international conference and event venue. Prepare to experience a conference location like no other, right in the heart of Dublin, dedicated to delivering inspiring events.
Grand Canal Theatre
The Grand Canal Theatre is a 2,111 capacity world class theatre in Dublin, Ireland which opened on 18 March 2010. Designed by Daniel Libeskind of New York and RHWL Architects of London, it is located in the Grand Canal Dock area and was created as a touring theatre for Ballet, Opera, Musicals and Concerts.
The Guinness® Storehouse is at the heart of the city and is Ireland's number one visitor attraction. You can discover all there is to know about the world's most famous beer. A story that begins 250 years ago and end in the Gravity® bar with a complimentary pint of the black stuff.
Dublinia & The Viking World
Dublinia is an unforgettable experience in a historically important location at the heart of Dublin City, the
crossroads where modern and old Dublin meets.
St Patrick's Cathedral
Built in honour of Ireland's patron saint, Saint Patrick's Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptized converts on his visit to Dublin.
The Mansion House on Dawson Street, Dublin, is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin since 1715. The Fire Restaurant Dublin is located within the Mansion House and is consistently voted one of the best restaurants in Dublin. Fire Restaurant's central location has the added benefit of neighbouring Dublin's lively bars, theatres and luxury hotels.
National Gallery of Ireland
The National Gallery holds the national collection of European and Irish fine art. Admission to the permanent collection is free.
National Library of Ireland
The National Library of Ireland is Ireland's national library located in Dublin, in a building designed by Thomas Newenham Deane. The Minister for Arts, Sport & Tourism is the member of the Irish Government responsible for the library.
St Stephen's Green
Ireland's best known Victorian public park. Re-opened by Lord Ardilaun in 1880 for the citizens of Dublin. This 9 hectare / 22 acre park has been maintained in the original Victorian layout with extensive perimeter tree and shrub planting, spectacular spring and summer Victorian bedding.
In continuous occupation since its establishment in 1204 AD, Dublin Castle has played a prominent role in Ireland's history. Today, this prestigious city centre site is host to state-of-the-art conference and dining facilities. The State Apartments are open for guided tours.
Founded in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth. Among many famous students to attend the college were playwrights Oliver Goldsmith and Samuel Beckett. Trinity's lawns and cobbled quads provide a pleasant haven in the heart of the city. The major attractions are the Old Library and the Book of Kells, housed in the Old Library.