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Epic Ireland Museum

Epic Ireland Museum

Epic Ireland is located in the vaults of The chq Building, overlooking the River Liffey in the middle of Dublin’s financial district. The museum is state of the art, featuring 21 beautiful and interactive exhibits telling the story of how an island with a population of only 6 million has made its mark on the world. […]

Star Wars Irish Connection

Star Wars Irish Connection

So most of the world is aware that the new Star Wars movie was released there in late 2015, maybe not everyone knows of the Star Wars Irish Connection. It’s fair to say, we haven’t been keeping quiet about it, certainly everyone in Ireland has been talking about our Skellig Michael being included as a […]

Leixlip Castle

Your tour  will take you west of the city through the Liffey Valley the the village of Leixlip on County Kildare. In Irish, Leixlip means ‘Salmon Leap’, this village like Dublin City was established by the Vikings. Leixlip Castle was built soon after 1172 at the meeting of the Rye Water and the River Liffey […]

Christmas in Dublin

Christmas in Dublin

Getting that Christmas in Dublin feeling…. It’s that time of year again, a short break in Dublin will set you right into the Seasonal spirit, join us for Christmas in Dublin, Ireland. There is plenty to do, especially for families, take in a show like The Snowman. Red Riding Hood is the panto this year […]

Malahide Castle

Malahide Castle

North County Dublin and Malahide Castle   Depart City Centre for the fishing village of Howth in North Dublin, we take the coastal route past Clontarf, where King Brian Boru of Ireland defeated the Viking Invasion back in 1014. Continuing up to the summit of Howth Hill, spectacular views of Dublin Bay can be seen […]

Ardgillan Castle – Half Day Excursion from Dublin

Ardgillan Castle Ardgillan Castle is situated on the elevated coastline between Balbriggan and Skerries and is unique among Dublin’s Regional Parks for the magnificent view it enjoys of the coastline. The park consists of 194 acres of rolling pasture land, mixed with woodland and gardens, overlooking the bay of Drogheda. Ardgillan, meaning High-wooded area, is […]

Lartigue Monorail, Listowel, Co. Kerry

The Lartigue Monorail, Listowel, Co. Kerry is one of the most different railways in the world. It is really worth a visit as it’s pure entertainment. The volunteers that run the museum and care for the 1,000 metre railway, it’s engine and cars, are really committed to keeping the story of this unique piece of […]

Navan Fort, Armagh

Navan Fort, Armagh

  If you are interested in archaeology, folklore and legend you will want to take a trip to Navan Fort, Armagh. This is the site where the Kings and Queens of Ulster reigned in ancient times and it is an area of significant historical importance. When you visit Navan Fort you will be taken back […]

Butlers Chocolate Factory

Butlers Chocolate Factory Butlers Chocolate Factory is one place that all chocoholics will want to pay a visit to, and it’s easy to see why. The tour of the factory, which is in North Dublin (near to the airport), is a real treat for anyone of any age The Ultimate Chocolate Experience includes a chocolate […]

Powerscourt House & Gardens

Powerscourt House & Gardens

Half Day Powerscourt House & Gardens   Depart from Dublin – you will be travelling South to County Wicklow, otherwise known as ‘The Garden of Ireland’. Powerscourt House & Gardens are about 45 minutes journey from Dublin city centre and are one of the world’s most spectacular gardens, they lie 15 miles south of Dublin […]