Standing on high ground in the oldest part of Dublin, Christ Church Cathedral is one of the city’s finest historic buildings. Part of the Anglican Church of Ireland, the cathedral is the mother church for the diocese of Dublin and Glendalough. It is one of two Protestant cathedrals in Dublin.
The home of Jameson Irish whiskey and considered one of the finest attractions in Dublin. #beinthepicture
We took the drone up above the Point Village recently to capture an AirPano of Dublin’s docklands. We got a great shot of the area with the fog lingering over the River Liffey. The AirPano has information markers which show just how central the Point Village is for business and pleasure if you’re visiting Dublin.
The Cathedral stands majestically as a memorial to our historic past. Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral stands adjacent to the famous well where tradition has it Saint Patrick baptised converts on his visit to Dublin.
Also known as ‘The Dead Zoo’, the Museum’s 10,000 exhibits provide a glimpse of the natural world that has delighted generations of visitors since the doors opened in 1857.
A family friendly visitor attraction located on the waters of the Grand Canal Basin.
Ireland’s premier cultural institution and home to the greatest collections of Irish material heritage, culture and natural history in the world. Whether online or in person, we hope your experience is engaging and inspiring.
A guided tour of the Jeanie Johnston will give visitors the opportunity to learn about the experiences of Irish emigrants as they made a daunting transatlantic passage full of hope yet desperate to escape the hardship in Ireland during the Famine years.
Powerscourt Centre is a cultural and speciality shopping centre set in an elegant Georgian house centrally located just off Grafton Street. The house as it stands today is one of the finest 18th century town mansions in Dublin.
The Waldorf Barbershop has been trading on Westmoreland Street, Dublin, since 1929. Restored to its former glory with terrazzo floors, original chairs and wooden units it’s a piece of Irish history just waiting to be discovered.