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“drury street”(2 reviews)
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This little gem of a place ahs everything you thought Dublin would be like--from great little brick-a-brack shops to really high end fashion places that you would normally see on Bond Street.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
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South Great George's Street, Dublin, Ireland
South City Centre
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+353 1 283 6077
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

When I was younger this Arcade was so much better. Now it has stalls full of cheap junk. There are only a few original shops still there such as the music shop and piercing. It won’t take long to walk through.

Thank outdoorwalshy
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Various shops and stalls selling a variety of items from gifts to second hand coins and badges. You will only spend a small amount of time here and there is nothing magical about this place but worth a visit.

Thank Roy W
Reviewed 14 July 2018 via mobile

I was expecting a bit more here and really it is just a slightly more pleasant flea market. It is people just selling used stuff mostly, which is not really my thing for a vacation.

1  Thank Twwhit72
Reviewed 9 July 2018

So I walked through this arcade when on trip to Ireland. The place I had high hopes for but upon arrival came to realize it was just a glorified flea market with a lot of cheap trinkets and the only highlight for me was the...More

1  Thank BigRu510
Reviewed 17 June 2018 via mobile

This is a mid sized covered market with many little shops and kiosks and several place to get a snack or lunch. You can walk through the entire place in20 minutes. Worth a stop if you’re in the area but not worth a special trip.

Thank William S
Reviewed 10 June 2018

spent a nice afternoon in this small but bustling market. it has everything from art to manga to food and spices to clothes. great way to kill a few hours amongst the locals and tourists alike

Thank Neil R
Reviewed 7 May 2018

Called at this new Boojum restaurant. Generally disappointed all round. There just seemed to be a rush and the food was being thrown into containers.Staff so intertested in getting your money, nothing else seemed to matter. The food was just okay. Won't rush back.

1  Thank frevagh12
Reviewed 8 April 2018

Found this gem of a supplier in George's Street Arcade, off Drury St.. Free samples picked by tongs to entice you to buy. Not just nuts but a wide range of dried fruits, chia and sesame seeds. Very helpful assistant, as I presented my Groupon...More

1  Thank M L
Reviewed 4 March 2018

Made our way to George's St. Arcade on a Sunday morning to find it closed until midday. When we went back later only some of the stalls were open, a couple of the shops had nice things but others were quite tacky, Thought it was...More

1  Thank Allison C
Reviewed 25 February 2018

With many eateries, gift shops, bookshops, artistic fare and so much more, plus lovely architecture, it is a pleasure to visit and admire this grand arcade. Dating from 1881 it was Ireland's first shopping centres and has the honour of being one of the oldest...More

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maimurdock666
8 June 2018|
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Response from Georges L | Reviewed this property |
On he middle of south George street beside the big Dunnes Stores
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In some places the old British Empire names have been replaced. Titanic stopped off Queenstown to pick up her last passengers; that town is now Cobh. Carlisle Bridge was redubbed O'Connell Bridge. However pPlaces like... More
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