Irish Attraction

Must see and most visited attractions

Here is a list of some of the most popular attractions. Of course I could not include everything , but that is why I made an online attractions booklet which has just about everything! You can get yours on this site for free now.

The things you decide to see and do are important but the things you don’t do will shape your next vacation.

Phoenix Park, Co. Dublin

You probably came to Ireland for a new experience, visiting Irish attractions are the holy grail of fun, and new experiences.Attractions are the key to unlocking Irish heritage, culture and they place emphasis on your enjoyment. The attractions you decide to visit will become the backdrop for most of your photos and base of your memories. So it is pretty important to know what’s what. 

The Guinness Storehouse , Co. Dublin

It comes to no surprise that the home of the black stuff is the most visited paid-attraction.
With 1,025,677 visitors going through the iconic Guinness Brewery gates to gain insight into the craft of arguably one of the most famous products to come from Ireland.
Nothing compares to watching a pint of Guinness set into perfection. The tour is fun and interactive, it’s a unique experience not to be missed.
The free pint at the end is just a bonus!

Dublin Zoo, Co. Dublin

It comes to no surprise that the home of the black stuff is the most visited paid-attraction.
With 1,025,677 visitors going through the iconic Guinness Brewery gates to gain insight to the craft of arguably one of the most famous products to come from Ireland.
Nothing compares to watching a pint of Guinness set into perfection. The tour is fun and interactive, it’s a unique experience not to be missed.
The free pint at the end is just a bonus!

The Cliffs of Moher, Co. Clare

This is Ireland’s most visited natural attraction with a whopping 809,474 visitors in 2014.
It is clear to see why. The spectacular view of the jaw dropping cliffs with the Atlantic Ocean at its feet is breathtaking.
Gather your siblings for an epic photo, but watch out for the edge – it is a 214 meter drop from the highest point.

The Book of Kells & Trinity College, Co. Dublin

It comes to no surprise that the home of the black stuff is the most visited paid-attraction.
With 1,025,677 visitors going through the iconic Guinness Brewery gates to gain insight to the craft of arguably one of the most famous products to come from Ireland.
Nothing compares to watching a pint of Guinness set into perfection. The tour is fun and interactive, it’s a unique experience not to be missed.
The free pint at the end is just a bonus!

Blarney Castle,Co. Cork

Ireland’s most popular castle tour. This castle has been home for a number of historically significant names including Cromwell, Queen Elizabeth and the King of Munster Cormac McCarthy.
But the famous tourist identity comes from different reasons; it is the most free-roam castle tour in Ireland and it is host to the famous Blarney Stone.
Legends claim that those who kiss the Blarney Stone will be granted the gift of eloquence – or a persuasive tongue.
An estimated 325,000 visitors travel here to test the legend.

Dingle Peninsula,Co. Kerry

This delightful peninsula provides an excellent panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean. You’ll become overwhelmed by feelings of tranquility.
The 30 mile coastline is dominated by steep sea-cliffs, embedded by golden-sand beaches. During your adventure you’ll come across Ireland’s second highest mountain – Mt. Brandon.
It is one of the top places to hear the Gaelic language.
On most restaurant’s menus you’ll find the freshest fish possible!

Rock of Cashel,Co. Tipperary

It’s huge, it’s complex and it’s iconic! This is one of Ireland’s most visited historic sites. More formally known as St. Patrick’s Rock, it was once home to the High King of Munster.
The name was dubbed because of claims that it is where St. Patrick converted the King of Munster.
It is a unique castle host to a remarkable collection of Celtic art and the Medieval architecture is outstanding.

Carrick a rede rope bridge,Co. Antrim

This attraction is for you thrill-seekers or if you’re looking for a fantastic photo to show your friends then you should check this out.
The rope bridge is suspended almost 100 ft (30 m) above sea level. If you are brave enough to cross the 65 ft (20 m) bridge, stretching from the mainland to ‘Rocky Island’, you will be rewarded with fantastic views of Rathlin Island, Scotland and the Causeway Coast.

Kylemore Abbey, Co. Galway

Benedictine monastery founded in 1920 served to protect nuns refugees during World War 1 and then became a boarding school for girls.
Hidden in wild forestry, the setting is spectacular.
There is plenty to do around the tranquil area including walkways, visiting the Gothic church and the Victorian walled gardens.

Newgrange, Co. Meath

Newgrange is something special, even from far away. It looks out of this world with its white stone walls and grass covered roof.
Older than the Pyramids of Egypt this Megalithic tomb dates from around 3200 BC.
Its true purpose is contested so it is widely regarded as an ‘Ancient Temple’.