With great views from the top of the bus, strategically
placed stops and an interesting commentary, this truly is the best
way to see the sights of Dublin.
You can hop on and off as many times as you like aboard this open-top
double-decker bus. There are 20 stops and the entire route takes
approximately 90 minutes. The bus departs every 8 - 15 minutes from
each stop. Tickets are valid for 24 hours from first use.
Guinness Storehouse - A fermentation plant at St James
Gate Brewery, Dublin has been transformed into a place where you
can experience one of the world’s best known brands in a totally
unexpected way. With bars, a gallery and events it's the home, heart
and soul of Guinness.
Old Jameson Distillery - Nestling in the heart of old Dublin
lies the Old Jameson Distillery on the site of the original Jameson
Distillery, with origins dating back to 1870. Today as a visitor
center the OJD introduces visitors to the taste and history of John
Jameson's Irish whiskey.
Dublinia - One of the most popular visits in the city,
the exhibition portrays life in medieval Dublin from the coming
of the Anglo-Normans in 1170 to the closure of the monasteries and
the Reformation circa 1540.
Dublin Castle - Dublin Castle has been a constantly developing
architectural entity from its foundation in the 12th century up
to the present day. Because of the huge array of buildings on the
site, the Castle is subdivided into smaller more accessible divisions.
Home to the impressive Chester Beatty collection.
Phoenix Park - The largest enclosed park in Europe and
home to Dublin Zoo.
The National Gallery of Ireland - houses the national collection
of Irish art as well as the collection of European master paintings.
National Museum, Collins' Barracks - features an innovative
exhibition style and displays artifacts from weaponry and uniforms
from rebellions past to the Irish ward