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Open Now - Dublin Attractions
As of January 2022 many tourist attractions in Dublin city centre are open for business, having taken extensive measures to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their customers, so check out our guide below and enjoy a great day at Dublin's finest attractions!
It's a turbulent time for the Irish hospitality industry, with restrictions and advice being altered frequently to help combat the effects of Covid19 and keep the numbers at a manageable level. Restrictions currently in place require visitors to have an EU COVID pass for all indoor attractions and events, including galleries and museums as well as for hotels and restaurants. Attendance is limited to 50% currently and you must wear a face mask in these locations also at all times (except for consumption of food, clock for more information on face masks) No indoor events/attractions can remain open after 8pm, and this also applies to restaurants and bars. Nightclubs are currently closed in Ireland.
Six Great Attractions
Great Value Attraction Ticket! This recently launched ticket gives you access to six of Dublin's favourite attractions, and you save 40% on regular admission! Trust us... it's a Big Deal!
Little Museum of Dublin
This is one visit you won't regret! Grab your friends, and take a trip down memory lane in the famous Little Museum of Dublin. Museum tours, walking tours, and great exhibitions, it's little surprise the Irish Times votes this "Ireland's Best Museum Experience".
Follow the interactive discovery trail through courtyards, paddocks and pastures and say hello to ponies, pigs, goats, baby chicks, bunnies, birds and much more at one of Dublin's best days out.
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
A spiritual site for countless generations, Saint Patrick's Cathedral welcomes hundreds of thousands of visitors annually. Check out the stunning architecture, towers, and history behind one of Dublin's most famous buildings.
Dublin's Favourite Outdoor Day Out! Visit Airfield Estate this weekend - perfect for gardening enthusiasts, animal lovers, food lovers, families and those just wanting some time in the outdoors. Airfield is one of the most popular days out in Dublin!
Museum of Literature Ireland
Dublin's newest attraction - MoLI is set to become one of the most popular literary attractions in Europe. Located at Saint Stephen's Green, discover the literary greats past and present, and how Dublin inspired them.
Fairy Trail & Butterfly Garden
Plan a picnic and visit the gardens and Butterfly House at Malahide Castle. A stunning location, you will discover 5,000 plant varieties, lots of butterflies, and the perfect picnic spots!
Teeling Whiskey Distillery
One of Dublin's coolest attractions, Teeling really does have it all. Contemporary tour, super location, amazing story-telling of Dublin's whiksey history, and, of-course, the coolest bar in town - Bang Bang Bar. One of our favourites!
Hear their stories of 800 years of the Talbot Family, explore the stunning private castle rooms and collections, and discover the amazing architecture of one of Ireland Britain's most famous castles.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Hailed as one of Europe's leading visitor attractions - this is definitely one of the "Must-Dos" in Dublin. Try the interactive sports table, stamp a souvenir passport, and discover why thousands of Irish emigrated.
Christ Church Cathedral Dublin
Take a trip through the centuries at Christ Church Cathedral. Originally a Viking Church, it is now almost 1,000 years old! You'll be treated to stunning architecture, and a fantastic exhibition in the historic crypts.
Are museums in Dublin and Ireland Open?
Yes! Museums, Cultural Attractions, and our favourite outdoor sites are now open. It’s finally time to check out the many attractions we’ve been eager to get to. There’s never been a better time to be a tourist in your hometown!
Support The Local Tourism Economy
On a serious note though, Dublin has a host of many world-class attractions which need your support, Whether you're visiting Dublin or a local these attractions offer a great day out and the current restrictions means that they will feel far less crowded then in the past.
For Dubliners, these attractions offer you a way to re-connect with family and friends in an environment that allows you maintain social distancing (which as many of us have realised is very difficult to do when visitors come to your home), whilst also helping to bring a bit of joy back in to your life that may have been missing after 2 years of avoiding public spaces.
What Attractions are Open in Dublin Now?
You will find some of the museum's and family attractions open in Dublin on this page – it’s finally time to DoDublin!
Check out some of the top museums to visit in Dublin this weekend!
Enjoy 40% Off With Dublin's Best Attraction Deal
DoDublin have teamed up with six of the city's most popular attractions to create the DoDublin Days Out Card! This card give you great days out in the best Irish museums. For just €39 (€23 for Children, €33 for students and seniors), you get admission to EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, Little Museum of Dublin, Saint Patrick's Cthedral, Dublinia, Christ Church Cathedral, and the Museum of Literature Ireland!