Guinness Storehouse is arguably one of Dublin’s most iconic attractions and is hugely popular with visitors to the capital. Guinness® is synonymous with Ireland so when you're in Dublin, you can't leave without a trip to Guinness Storehouse®. Learn through the seven-storey experience how the world-famous drink is made and then sample it for yourself at the end in the panoramic Gravity Bar.
Dublin's Kilmainham Gaol held some of the most famous political and military leaders in Irish history such as Robert Emmet, Charles Stewart Parnell, the 1916 Rising leaders and Eamon de Valera.
If for no other reason, Kilmainham Gaol in Dublin would be remarkable for being the biggest unoccupied gaol in these islands. As such, it gives the visitor a dramatic and realistic insight into what is was like to have been confined in one of these forbidding bastions of punishment and correction between 1796 when it opened and 1924 when it closed. It offers a panoramic insight into some of the most profound, disturbing and inspirational themes of modern Irish history.
Titanic Belfast is an unbelievable, unmissable experience. Located in the heart of Belfast's Titanic Quarter right beside the historic site of this world-famous ship’s construction, Titanic Belfast is the World’s Largest Titanic Visitor Experience. Housed in an iconic, six-floor building, this state-of-the-art visitor experience tells the story of the Titanic, from her conception in Belfast in the early 1900s, through her construction and launch, to her famous maiden voyage and subsequent place in history. Titanic Belfast relives this world-famous story using contemporary interactive technology, special effects, and even a thrilling shipyard ride where you will hear the sounds of riveting and experience the smells of melting steel as you journey through what it was like to be a shipyard worker in Belfast more than 100 years ago.
Experience a tour of Belfast with your own personal tour guide in a Black Taxi. A highly recommended tour given by an experienced local cab driver/tour guide with excellent knowledge of local history. Learn about Belfast's industrial and political history, the 'real' Belfast - a taxi tour like no other.
Bushmills Irish Whiskey is made at Ireland’s oldest working distillery in County Antrim, Northern Ireland on the beautiful North Coast. The original grant to distil was signed in 1608 by King James 1st and there has been distillation on this site since then, using the unique water from their own stream and Irish barley. The Bushmills Brand Experience encompasses guided tours around a working distillery with all the associated sights and smells, tutored whiskey tastings, a specialist whiskey shop and a well stocked gift shop with exclusive Bushmills merchandise. At the end of your tour you will be offered a whiskey or a soft drink in our 1608 Bar.
For centuries countless visitors have marvelled at the majesty and mystery of the Giant's Causeway. At the heart of one of Europe's most magnificent coastlines its unique rock formations have, for millions of years, stood as a natural rampart against the unbridled ferocity of Atlantic storms. The rugged symmetry of the columns never fails to intrigue and inspire visitors to this UNESCO World Heritage Site. To stroll on the Giants Causeway is to voyage back in time, your imagination will travel along stepping stones that lead to either the creative turbulence of a bygone volcanic age or into the mists and legends of the past.
Game of Thrones® is one of the most popular and successful fantasy TV series ever made. Filmed in Titanic Studios, Belfast and across various locations throughout Northern Ireland including the Cushendun Caves, Murlough Bay, Ballintoy Harbour, Larrybane, Antrim plateau, Castle Ward, Inch Abbey and Downhill Strand.
Get the full experience and tour the Game of Thrones® Northern Ireland filming locations while you are here. Our rugged coast lines, historic castles and breathtaking scenery are the perfect setting for this epic story.
The Skellig Islands are two uninhabited, rocky islets off the south western coast of Ireland. Skellig Michael is known for its well-preserved early Christian monastery. The site, reached by steep steps, includes stone beehive-shaped huts, oratories and crosses. Thousands of puffins breed on Skellig Michael during the warmer months. To the north east, the island of Little Sk.ellig is home to a large colony of gannets
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