Area Attractions

Exploring the Liberties Village is too easy! Walk effortlessly to the choice of attractions at your disposal within 10-minute walk of this wonderfully designed hotel.

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Culture And Heritage

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is one of many iconic pilgrimage sites in Ireland. Dating back to early 890 AD construction on the current cathedral did not begin until 1220 AD. In 1713, Jonathan Swift, writer of ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ is elected Dean of the Cathedral, Swift publishes the novel later in 1726. He died in 1745 and was later buried in the Cathedral.In 2015 The Discovery Space was launched, giving visitors an opportunity to engage with the building through a variety of interactive activities. With its 43-metre spire, St Patrick's is the tallest church in Ireland and the largest.

Marsh’s Library

Marsh’s Library, situated in St. Patrick’s Close, adjacent to St. Patrick’s Cathedral Dublin, is a well-preserved library of the late Renaissance and early Enlightenment era. Marsh’s Library, built by Archbishop Narcissus Marsh (1638-1713), was the first public library in Ireland. The interiror of the library, with its magnificent dark oak bookcases each with carved and lettered gables, topped by a mitre, and the three elegant, wired alcoves or ‘cages’ where the readers were locked in with rare books, remains unchanged since it was built three hundred years ago. It is a brilliant example of a 17th century scholars’ library.

Book Of Kells

Discover the Book of Kells and Old Library at Trinity College Dublin, home to Ireland’s greatest cultural treasure. Learn about the famous medieval manuscript and the rich symbolism and artistry behind it. The Book of Kells contains the four Gospels in Latin based on the Vulgate text which St Jerome completed in 384AD, intermixed with readings from the earlier Old Latin translation.

1916 Rebellion Walking Tour

Join Lorcan Collins, author, Dublin historian, podcaster and tour guide has been running the 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour for 25 years. The tour is educational and good fun and great for family groups. Lorcan is also available for small private tours too. More information at www.1916rising.com

Alternative Dublin

Dublin is not just the big tourist attractions that we see on the side of big buses. Your guide will discuss art, parties, Irish politics, characters, law, drugs, and anything else that is asked. This walking tour of Dublin showcases hidden gems, unique photo opportunities and gives an insight into Ireland’s capital like no other.

Insta Tours

Insta Tours have launched Ireland’s first walking tour for taking Instagram pictures in the three cities of Dublin, Cork and Galway. They can create a customized Insta Tour of Ireland for you and your friends. The top tourist sights match what the city offers, a thriving nightlife, a historical centre and friendly locals that will help you shoot Amazing Instagrams.

Ireland Virtual Tours

See Ireland Live and Interactive in an Ireland Virtual Tour Presentations. It is simple to book a virtual tour with Ireland Virtual Tours. Just choose the one that suits you, no matter where you are. The tours range from featuring ‘Irelands Castles’ and ‘Ancient Ireland’ to a ‘Wild West Coastal Tour’.

The Irish Dance Party

The Irish Dance Party is a fun cultural event created, owned and operated by traditional Irish musicians and dancers. Featuring live Irish music and dancing by award winning performers. It is a 2-hour event. Seated at your own reserved table between dances, there is ample time to take in the atmosphere of it all in a beautiful traditional Irish pub setting with the option of a creamy pint of Guinness.

Comedy Bus

Come aboard the comedy bus for a hilarious trip through Dublin that is guaranteed to have you laughing until your funny bones just can’t handle it anymore! Hosted by professional comedians, the comedy bus gives a unique insight into Europe’s ‘capital of craic.’

Rural Pub Tours

Let Rural Pub Tours take you on an unforgettable journey through some of Ireland’s most spectacular scenery as you visit many of Ireland’s most famous pubs. Rural Pub Tours have put together exciting tours which takes you out of the City and straight to the countryside to have a real taste of rural pub life.

Great Outdoors

My Bike Or Hike

Choose between a bike tour along the coast, river greenways or canal towpaths of Dublin and Kildare, or come on a guided hike in the Dublin or Wicklow mountains. All our tours are carefully curated so they can operate in a sustainable way, while offering unique and memorable experiences.

Hilltoptreks

Hilltoptreks offer Award winning Walking Holidays in Ireland and Day Tours from Dublin. As well as Guided Walks and Multi-day Tours of Ireland. All the guides are qualified and local giving you the best insight into Ireland during your walking holidays and tours. They pride themselves on offering you the best insight into Ireland. Including its culture, history, music, people and of course it’s beautiful landscape.

Shane's Howth Adventures

Shane’s Howth Adventures are a family owned business whose passion in life is to share the beauty, history and nature of Howth with locals and guests from around the world. Authentic, human powered, eco-friendly adventure activities - walking, hiking, electric bikes, kayaking, sailing and boats.

Wild WIcklow Tours

Since 1997 Wild Wicklow Tour have operated using local, friendly, and fun tour guides. Their job is to share their knowledge with you in a fun and informative way. All the guides are local, friendly and fun and will look after you from the moment you join the tour.

Dublin Decoded

Ireland’s highest-rated private walking tour company for the last six years, Dublin Decoded offers tailor-made experiences of the city. Dublin Decoded continue adding to their schedule, of the best public guided walks of our capital for the culturally curious.

Sights Of Dublin

Sights of Dublin offers tourists the option to obtain sights surrounding Dublin city from Dun Laoighre to Killiney Hill without being on a bus for most of the day. Dublin is full of history, tradition, folk legend, religious devotion, miles of spectacular coastline and unsurpassed natural beauty.

Flavour

Fabulous Food Trails

Enjoy a wonderful food and cultural experience on a Fabulous Food Trail led by locals. Those familiar with the city will be amazed to discover food outlets and tasty surprises they never knew existed while visitors will leave with insider knowledge of the best of what is happening in Ireland's food scene.

Vintage Tea Trips

Take a step back in time with Vintage Tea Trips and experience Dublin in a unique way. Indulge in afternoon tea treats, great conversation and tap your feet along to some fabulous 1950s jazz while taking in the sights of the city.

Pearse Lyons Distillery

Pearse Lyons Distillery at St. James is a new chapter for The Liberties, Dublin. Family history, a personal passion for brewing and distilling, and an entrepreneurial spirit has inspired the restoration of St. James’ Church. At Pearse Lyons Distillery, whiskey is only part of their story. Whether you are an intrepid whiskey enthusiast, culturally curious or just an inquisitive Dubliner, you are sure to enjoy a journey through 800 years of history at St. James with our local storytellers.

Jameson Distillery

Follow in the footsteps of the founding fathers of Jameson on the only tour of the original Jameson distillery in Dublin. A Jameson Ambassador will guide you for a serving of heritage and history.

Teelings Distillery

Located in the heart of the historic Liberties, against the backdrop of a city steeped in whiskey history, the Teeling Whiskey Distillery opened its doors in 2015 as the first new distillery in Dublin for over 125 years. They are renowned for their vision in doing things differently and with deep roots in distilling pedigree dating back to 1782, have shaped the Irish Whiskey landscape through generations.