Things to do in Ireland

  • See Dublin By Bike - Cycle Tours

    See Dublin By Bike - Cycle Tours

    A tour by bike enables you to see a lot more, without the hassle of trying to find car parking when you want to stop and visit locations. Dublin is a city rich in folklore and it has a unique, easy-going and friendly atmosphere. This is the city which counts James Joyce and more recently Bono from U2 among its citizens. This tour will show you some of the locations connected with these well known personalities. Cycling, entertainment, sightseeing - this tour is a great way to get them all!
  • The Casino at Marino

    The Casino at Marino

    No, not a gambling haunt. It gets its name from the Italian meaning of Casino as a "small house". Despite its name and "apparently" small size, this house is full of optical trickery. It has 16 finely decorated rooms and is one of the finest 18th century neo-classical buildings in Europe.
  • Pull Down a Horseman - Setting the Date for the Easter Rising 1916

    Pull Down a Horseman - Setting the Date for the Easter Rising 1916

    This play enacts a private meeting between Patrick Pearse and James Connolly on whether and when to go ahead with the Rising. The ideals and motivations of the two men clash, but there is, in the end, an agreement.
  • Birr Castle Demesne

    Birr Castle Demesne

    Built shortly circa 1620 when the lands were granted to Sir Laurence Parsons, Birr Castle is today home to the 7th Earl of Rosse. As it is a residence, it is not open to the public, however, guided tours can be booked by prior arrangement. The gardens, and the Historic Science Centre, including the great telescope are open to the public.
  • Burren Experience Guided Walks

    Burren Experience Guided Walks

    Led by qualified tour guide Marie McGauran, The Burren Experience offers both nature and spiritual tours of The Burren. A native of the area around Mullaghmore Mountain, Marie gives walkers a personalised and authentic tour of this amazing part of the country.
  • Butlers Chocolate Experience

    Butlers Chocolate Experience

    Satisfy your curiousity as to how chocolates are made by visiting one of Ireland's top of the line chocolate brands: Butlers Chocolates. They have a range of different chocolate experience tours including the "Ultimate Chocolate Birthday Party".
  • Carrig Brewing Company - Brewery Tours

    Carrig Brewing Company - Brewery Tours

    Come and visit Carrig Brewing Company and see how they apply the same dedication to excellence as the medieval Celtic monks who, in their monasteries along the river Shannon brewed hand-crafted Irish ales and beers. If you are curious about the art of craft brewing and great taste of the craft beer you should take the tour.
  • Ceadogán Handcrafted Rugs

    Ceadogán Handcrafted Rugs

    If you are curious to know how handmade rugs are designed and made, this is the place for you. Cadogán Rugs have a distinctive design and add style to any room. Tours of their design studio (in an old farm yard) can be arranged.
  • Celtic Crystal Visitor Centre & Factory Tour

    Celtic Crystal Visitor Centre & Factory Tour

    Celtic Crystal is a family-run business, specializing in the production of top-quality cut crystal products. Their work is characterised by the Celtic designs and motifs cut into the crystal pieces. Each piece is a celebration of Ireland's Celtic heritage and skilled craftsmanship. Visitors can take a tour of the factory to view the crystal pieces being blown, shaped and cut.
  • Circle of Life Garden Salthill

    Circle of Life Garden Salthill

    A recommended part of any visit to a different place is to make time and space for some moments of reflection. Such moments help us connect with our true selves and encourage the feeling of well-being and positivity. The Circle of Life garden provides such a space at Quincentennial Park, Salthill overlooking Galway Bay. It commemorates the generousity of all organ donors.