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Here you will find the 3 most iVisited attractions in Ireland. You would be surprised by what you will find here.
If you're a brunch-lover, you'll love list of the best Bottomless Brunch spots in Dublin!
Traditional pubs abound in Dublin's Old City, many of which include live Irish music. Here are some of the best bar Dublin

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Long Acre Alpacas is a tiny family-run alpaca farm located in the countryside of County Louth. They began with two alpacas a few years ago and have grown to include alpacas, sheep, goats, chickens, and donkeys.
Carlow Brewing Company, commonly known as O'Hara's Brewery, is a family-owned and operated firm that was founded in 1996 and is considered one of the pioneers of Irish craft brewing.
The National Wax Museum Plus is a privately owned waxworks museum in Dublin, Ireland.
At the Museum , the guided tours include interactive exhibits that trace the history of whiskey, as well as a sampling at the end.
Located in the historic vaults of the CHQ Building at Custom House Quay, you'll find the two-time winner of Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.

Great Family Days out

Science Gallery is an international group of public science centres, developed from a concept by a group connected to Trinity College Dublin.
Dublin Zoo, in Phoenix Park, Dublin, is a zoo in Ireland, and one of Dublin's most popular attractions.
Cork's answer to a pleasant, activity-filled day out is Fota Wildlife Park. It is one of Ireland's most popular tourist destinations.
Dublin - Meath
Tayto Park is a Theme Park & Zoo in Meath, Ireland. Tayto Park offers over 100 attractions in the theme park & zoo.

Culture Vulture Days Out

The Arklow Nautical Museum in Arklow, County Wicklow, shows information about Arklow's maritime heritage, with a concentration on boat construction, lifeboats, and fishing customs.
These magnificent cliffs will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime.
Powerscourt Estate, one of Ireland's leading tourism attractions.
The village is set during a period of profound transformation in the Irish society.
King John's Castle, in the heart of Limerick's mediaeval quarter, brings nearly 800 years of dramatic local history to life.
Ancient, dramatic and intriguing, Dublin’s two cathedrals make a striking pair.