The Jameson's, were renowned for choosing sites in prime locations, so it's fair to state...Avoid the crowds and explore Irish history in peace on this 2.5-hour Book of Kells and Dublin Castle exterior tour.Visit the Trinity College Library, home to the famous Book of Kells — widely considered among the most important of all Ireland’s ancient treasures.Listen as your guide brings medieval Ireland to life, shedding light on the Book of Kells’ profound historical significance. Our tour guide Brian was very good at keeping us engaged, knowledgeable and helpful.Afterwards, leap forward a few centuries to the Science Gallery, an art-meets-science space, the exhibitions of which are guaranteed to bend your brain (and the coffee is pretty good, too) Haunted by the ghosts of our past, Kilmainham Gaol will always be associated with the 1916 executions.But there are over a hundred years of history in this, one of the largest unoccupied jails in Europe — and the tales of thousands of prisoners to be told.It was helpful that we were a small group That is difficult to tell when booking the tours I highly recommend this tour The guide gives you more information about The sites you visit Plus about Dublin itself This was a great tour, our guide was knowledgeable and had many interesting facts - things I wouldn't of noticed without a guide.
A short walk from Christchurch Cathedral and The Guinness Brewery, it is well worth a visit for both its historical value and reputation as one of Dublin's best Irish music venues.
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The Book of Kells wows, but every Dubliner knows the crown jewel in Trinity College is its Old Library — an 18th-century, oak-shelved long room that could have apparated straight from the pages of Harry Potter.
A rare copy of the 1916 Proclamation and a 15th century harp that inspired the emblem of Ireland are just the start of its treasures.