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Dublin has a vibrant and active cultural scene. Check out what there is to see.

Dublin’s longest running theatre in continuous production, The Gaiety Theatre had its opening night all the way back on 27th November 1871. Since then it has maintained its position as the city’s top venue for musical, opera, dance and drama shows. ‘The Gaiety is the most aptly named place I...
The Project Arts Centre located in Temple Bar is Ireland’s leading centre for the display and performance of contemporary art. It helps grow the next generation of performing and visual arts. Each year the venue hosts over 600 events including 6 exhibitions per year and co-producing 38 productions. Over 50...
The IFI has quite the cult following and simply a must visit for any film buffs. Supercool, this is where you go for more alternative and arthouse movies. Located in an 18th Century Quaker Meeting House the cosy and atmospheric cinema rooms transport you to a time when movies...
Ireland National Gallery is recognised as one of Europe’s best small museums with a broad collection of Irish painting and it is also notable for its Dutch masters and Italian Baroque painting. It total there are about 14,000 artworks in the gallery. As you enter the Millennium Wing (opened in...
Irelands National Museum is located on Kildare Street. Established in 1877 to record and host Ireland’s historical treasures, it has become Ireland’s most important cultural institution. Some of the country’s most important items such the Ardagh Chalice and Tara Brooch make up one of Europe’s most important collection of...