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Things to do in Ireland

  • Shoot the Crows

    The young musicians are quite good, and many of the tunes are authentic County Sligo standbys, by turns hard-driving and lilting. More
  • Smock

    Karen Crawford’s boutique originally began life on Smock Alley in Temple Bar before moving to the heart of Dublin’s fashion hub on Drury Street. Th... More
  • St. Michan’s Church

    Walking into this somber, dignified Protestant church with its magnificent organ is certainly impressive—but the star attraction here is underneath... More
  • St. Patrick’s Cathedral

  • Stag’s Head

    One of the oldest in Dublin, The Stag's Head has stained-glass windows, a massive mahogany bar, and a snug—a small, enclosed space where women in t... More
  • Teach Hiudái Beag

    Stop into this traditional pub always full of music; Dark-eyed Hugh Gallagher, the owner, plays fiddle at the head table, and seven or eight other ... More
  • Temple Bar Market

  • The Cobblestone

    The Cobblestone is located at the top of Smithfield, near the Four Courts, in the North Inner City. The D7 area has recently become very trendy a... More
  • The Green Man

  • The Hugh Lane

    Also known as the Dublin City Gallery, this delightful and manageable contemporary art gallery is arguably the city’s finest art space. The selecti... More
  • The Kilkenny Shop

    The best in Irish design is showcased in this Nassau Street store, handily located between Trinity College and the National Museum on Kildare Stree... More
  • Traditional Music Venues

    Attending a true Dublin “trad session”—a group jam session featuring instruments like violin, mandolin, banjo, accordion, and uilleann pipes—is a m... More
  • Tralee Golf Club

  • Trinity College & The Long Room

    An oasis of tranquillity in the teeming center of Dublin, this campus of wide green lawns and stately 16th-century buildings is the city’s undisput... More
  • Waterville Golf Links


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