.Ireland Attractions

Welcome to Ireland and discover an island of contrasts. From the bright lights of Dublin, Cork, Galway and Limerick in the Republic of Ireland and Belfast in Northern Ireland, to the breathtaking countryside in between - Ireland can deliver a host of activities along the way!
Christ Church Cathedral

Christ Church Cathedral is one of Dublin's oldest and most magnificent features. The site dates from around 1030 AD, and has seen a long succession of enhancements which reflect the history of Dublin itself. Standing on high ground in the oldest part of the city, this cathedral is one of Dublin's finest historic buildings. It dates back to 1038 when Sitric, the then Danish king of Dublin, built the first wood here.
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Galway Museum

The Galway Museum is essentially a folk museum and it features a considerable number of artifacts related to the fishing industry, which was, and is an integral part of tradition in the city. Galway City Museum was established in 1976.
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National Wax Museum

The Wax Museum is situated minutes from Parnell Square in a former prayer hall turned cinema. There are so many figures to see, from historical to mythological, and world famous to national heroes. Kids will thoroughly enjoy the "Children's World of Fairytale and Fantasy".
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St. Patrick's Cathedral

Cathedral Church of St. Patrick is one of the most ancient Christian sites in the British Isles. St. Patrick built a stone church on the hill known as Druim Saileach in 445, so beginning the story of Armagh Cathedral. He ordained that Armagh should have the pre-eminence over all the churches of Ireland, a position which it holds to this day.
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Trinity College Dublin

Trinity College Dublin, one of the oldest universities in Ireland. The University is the sole constituent college of the University of Dublin founded in 1592 with some 12,800 students and 1,200 staff. Trinity's academic staff numbers in the region of 500, and a quarter of its student population are postgraduates, actively covering all the major scientific and other disciplines.
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