• Royal Marine Hotel Dun Laoghaire

    Royal Marine Hotel Dun Laoghaire

    This 4-star hotel is a landmark in the area and dates back to 1828. It is a wonderful just-out-of-city location overlooking the beautiful Dun Laoghaire (Dun Leary) Harbour and Dublin Bay. It is close to rail (DART) and bus (46A) links and a good base for seeing Dun Laoghaire, South Dublin and County Wicklow.
  • Rustic Stone Restaurant

    Rustic Stone Restaurant

    The Rustic Stone philosophy is simple: We source the best seasonal ingredients, then we apply simple techniques to extract the most flavour, while giving you the information you need to add nutrition and structure to your diet. They demand fresh produce and believe in providing a healthy and affordable dining experience. Our restaurant is a fun, inviting and relaxed place to eat where everyone’s needs, diets and indulgences are provided for.
  • Shackleton Endurance Exhibition

    Shackleton Endurance Exhibition

    The exhibition enables the visitor to follow the journey of Sir Ernest Shackleton, Antarctic explorer and adventurer on the Endurance Exhibition of 1914. This presented him with an unimaginable crisis and apparently unsurmountable problems as their ship became trapped in the ice and crushed by it as the bitter winter closed in. How would he save his crew? This would require strong leadership skills, as well as physical and mental endurance. Discover how he did it.
  • Skelligs Chocolate Factory Visit

    Skelligs Chocolate Factory Visit

    This is a small, family-run chocolate factory. It makes a delicous range of chocolate bars, clusters, boxed chocolates, and chocolates for special occasions. Visitors can view the chocolates being made, and taste some chocolate samples, although currently there is no guided tour, as such.
  • Smithwicks Experience Kilkenny

    Smithwicks Experience Kilkenny

    Discover not only how Smithwick's Ale is brewed, but also about the history of Smithwick's and of the ale brewing history which predated it in Kilkenny. It is a story of triumph of people over adversity and the role which ale has played in that struggle.
  • Smock Alley Theatre - Temple Bar

    Smock Alley Theatre - Temple Bar

    Recently opened after major refurbishment, the Smock Alley Theatre has risen from the ashes and is again operating as a theatre and tour destination. It originally opened as a theatre in 1662 and was a Catholic Church from 1811 to 1989. It was later used as a Viking adventure centre and is now, finally a theatre again. Discover why, among the artifacts found during pre-restoration excavations, oyster shells were found among the clay tobacco pipes.
  • Stag's Head Pub

    Stag's Head Pub

    Located on Dame Court, just off Dame Street and close to Grafton Street, Exchequer Street and George's Street, the Stag's Head is a retreat from the busy and hectic world outside. It is a Victorian era pub, complete with Victorian mahogony fittings and has a pleasant and reassuring old-world feel to it. A great place to drop in for a pint of Guinness or whatever you're having yourself, and some delicious bar food.
  • Surfing with 7th Wave Surf School

    Surfing with 7th Wave Surf School

    7th Wave Surf School, operating at Enniscrone beach, offers surfing lessons to adults and children, surfing summer camps and also surfboard and wetsuit rental. They cater for absolute beginners up to the more advanced surfers. The emphasis is on fun and enjoyment for those taking part under the expert care of the experienced instructors.
  • Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen Factory Tour

    Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen Factory Tour

    At the Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen Factory, visitors can see the world famous Irish Linen products at various stages of production, from design, to weaving, cutting, hemming and ornamenting. Watch the amazing machines at work as the intricate patterns are woven into the cloth.
  • Titanic Experience Belfast

    Titanic Experience Belfast

    The Titanic Experience, a visually amazing building in its own right, and with its own facinating side story, wows visitors on many levels. It celebrates the construction, in Belfast, of the RMS Titanic. Multiple galleries tell various aspects of the story of the Titanic, from its conception in the early 1900s, to its construction, launch and ultimate tragic end.