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Dublin, Ireland Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 169
Total Sleeping Rooms 18,676
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 774
Committable Meeting Rooms* 110
Convention Center Space 6,050 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Exhibit Space 4,500 Sq. Mtr.
Largest Ballroom 2,721 Sq. Mtr.
Average Hotel Room Rate EUR 207
Average Daily Meal Cost EUR 116
Average Weekly Car Rental EUR 74
*Maximum for a single hotel

Dublin, Ireland Things to Do and Attractions

National Botanic Gardens

Rated as one of the top visitor attractions in Dublin, National Botanic Gardens are famous for their fine plant collections and glasshouses. The gardens are noted for holding more than 15,000 plant species and cultivars from around the world. Located

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Phoenix Park

Measuring 1,752 acres, Dublin's beloved Phoenix Park is one of the largest city parks in Europe, as well as a historic landscape of international importance. Home to historic buildings, monuments, the Dublin Zoo, and a herd of Fallow Deer that has

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St. Stephen’s Green

Locally known as "The Green," St. Stephen's Green is a beautiful landscape spread across an area of nine hectares. A popular picnic spot, ‘The Green' boasts well-maintained gardens, a picturesque bridge, recreation grounds, a playground, and a

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Dublin Zoo

Heralded as Ireland's largest family attraction, the 69-acre Dublin Zoo welcomes more than one million visitors each year. Situated in central Dublin's Phoenix Park, the Dublin Zoo was opened in 1831 and serves as one of the world's oldest and most

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The Little Museum of Dublin

Devoted to the history of Dublin in the 20th century, spread across an area of just two rooms, The Little Museum of Dublin is a recent addition to the list of museums in Dublin. Located in an elegant Georgian building, this museum was opened in 2011.

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Glasnevin Cemetery Museum

Glasnevin Cemetery Museum is Ireland's largest and most historically significant burial site. As the world's first cemetery museum, Glasnevin tells the story of Glasnevin Cemetery in the most wonderful way. The tombstones feature names of the most

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Bloom Brasserie

Committed to delivering a fantastic dining experience to all its guests, Bloom Brasserie & Wine Bar is a modern, fresh, tastefully designed restaurant on Dublin's Baggot Street. Food enthusiasts can enjoy the finest of dishes prepared with locally

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Dax Restaurant

Awarded "Best Restaurant Dublin 2014" by the Irish Restaurant Awards, Dax Restaurant is a bright basement venue where foodies can enjoy seared fillet of Atlantic sea bream, braised Irish pork cheek, or mushroom risotto. Gastronomists must explore

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Captain Americas – Blanchardstown

Renowned for bringing the authentic burger to Ireland, Captain Americas at Blanchardstown Centre is usually a busy place. It is famous for its American style hamburger and mouthwatering flame grilled steaks. The restaurant also offers a great

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The National Stadium

The National Stadium or The National Boxing Stadium was opened in the year of 1939 and has hosted several national and international contests. Spread over an area of 17,000 square feet, the stadium is the only purpose-built boxing arena in the world.

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Aviva Stadium Dublin

Home to Irish rugby and football internationals, Aviva Stadium is the oldest sports stadium in Europe. Visitors can explore the stadium and learn about 150 years old Irish Sporting History by taking an hour-long guided tour. A tour through the

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The National Concert Hall

The National Concert hall is famous for its world-class performances, and it hosts over 1,000 events every year. This iconic center for music is perfectly located next to the picturesque Iveagh Gardens and in the heart of a commercial district known

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GUINNESS Storehouse

Regarded as Ireland's number one tourist attraction, as well as an excellent event destination, the GUINNESS Storehouse welcomes visitors to learn the story of GUINNESS, as well as enjoy a pint or two at its onsite bars and restaurant. Situated in

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Kilmainham Gaol

Famous for holding the leaders of rebellions of 1798, 1803, 1848, 1867, and 1916, Dublin's Kilmainham Gaol offers a panoramic insight into Irish history. The famous leaders that were brought here include Robert Emmet, Charles Stewart Parnell, the

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The National Gallery of Ireland

Opened in year of 1864 by the Earl of Carlisle, The National Gallery of Ireland was stared with a collection of only one hundred and twelve pictures. The Gallery thrived over the years through purchases, bequests, and donations. Conveniently located

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Old Jameson Distillery

Nestled in the heart of the city at the site of the original distillery, Old Jameson Distillery serves as one of Dublin’s top attractions. Visitors and locals alike travel to Old Jameson Distillery to learn the story of John Jameson and his

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National Museum of Decorative Arts and History

Showcasing an impressive collection of weaponry, furniture, silver, ceramics, glassware, costumes and folklife artifacts, Dublin's National Museum of Decorative Arts and History is housed in the renowned Collins Barracks, a former army barracks that

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National Museum of Archaeology

Home to more than two million artifacts, the National Museum of Archaeology serves as the national repository for all archaeological objects found in Ireland. Showcasing artifacts from 7000 BC to the 20th century throughout seven galleries, the

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National Museum of Natural History

Housed in a space built in 1856 to house the Royal Dublin Society's growing collections, the National Museum of Natural History is home to more than two million scientific specimens in its galleries of animals from Ireland and beyond. The museum's

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The Church

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A unique restaurant housed in an 18th-century former church in the heart of Dublin, the aptly-named The Church serves traditional Irish fare amid a stained glass window and restored Renatus Harris organ. The Church features five settings throughout

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Fire Restaurant

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Situated in the heart of Dublin's city center in the popular Dawson Street and St. Stephens Green vicinity, Fire Restaurant crafts its menus around locally sourced produce and meats. Neighboring lively bars, luxury hotels and theaters, Fire

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Rustic Stone

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Highlighting seasonal ingredients prepared with simple techniques, Rustic Stone believes in nutritious cuisine, using organic produce whenever possible and never using butter or cream in its dishes. The award-winning features "on the stone" dishes

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Brasserie Sixty6

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The funky, stylish Brasserie Sixty6 specializes in modern European fare crafted with locally sourced ingredients from nearby butchers, fishmongers, green grocers and artisan bakers. One of Dublin's top restaurants, Brasserie Sixty6 serves such

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Ely Bar & Brasserie

Frequented by lovers of food, wine and beer, Ely Bar & Brasserie is housed in a 200-year-old tobacco and wine warehouse next door to The Convention Centre Dublin. As Ireland's oldest wine venue, Ely Bar & Brasserie serves a classic brasserie menu

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Book of Kells, Trinity College

More than 500,000 visitors each year visit the Old Library at Trinity College, which displays the Book of Kells, one of the most beautiful manuscripts in the world. Written by Irish monks around 800 AD, the 680-page vellum Book of Kells contains the

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GAA Museum, Croke Park

As the national custodian of all the archives and artifacts of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA), the GAA Museum in Croke Park promotes the appreciation of the values, culture and history of the Gaelic Games. Opened in 1998, the GAA Museum traces

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Literary Pub Crawl

The award-winning Literary Pub Crawl takes guests from pub to pub with professional actors performing from the works of Joyce, Beckett, Wilde and other sons of Dublin. The two-hour, half-mile walking tour stops by four pubs and Trinity College and

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