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Dublin City Archive: Hours, Address, Dublin City Archive Reviews: 3.5/5

Dublin City Archive
3.5
Libraries • History Museums
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Tours and Tickets

3.5
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challa123
Newcastle, UK8 contributions
First time visit to dublin with friends and none of us will be going back
Sep 2015 • Friends
My friends and I went to Dublin for a 3 day break. We were all so disappointed with how dirty the city was, there was all kinds of litter lying round the streets and the number of drunks and druggies that were roaming the streets was frightening and one of the locals told us to watch our belongings as there was a lot of pickpockets around. The locals that we spoke to were all very friendly and helpful but we didnt feel safe most of the time. Temple Bar area, which is supposed to be the place to go for an evenings entertainment, is a place for young people and again was full of drunks and druggies. The only day we really enjoyed was the day we went out of the city on the Dart to Bray. This is a lovely little seaside resort with a lovely promenade and marina and a few restaurants.
Written 3 October 2015
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von12345
Sheffield, UK6 contributions
FIRST TIME BUT NOT THE LAST TO DUBLIN
Jun 2012 • Couples
What a lovely experience, Dublin is one of the friendliest places I have ever been, real genuine locals. Temple Bar Area is a must, traditional music bars, all given a warm welcoming. Lots of places to eat, a treat for any traveller, be sure to try a pint of the Guiness with a warm bowl of local mussels and bread.

Take a train to Howth, a fishing village only 25 minutes away from Dublin City Centre, take the Dart train, costs only 4.50 euros return, this little friendly fishing village, with lots of sea food restuarants and cafes. Not to mention there are seals here, on where if you go to the local fish store and buy a fish, and let your kids throw these seals a fish or two, fun for the kids and a hearty meal for the seals.

Howth railway station bar is a must , tourists and locals frequent here, a pint of Guiness and a bowl of mussels 10 euros, and also other choices can be purchased from the menu, this place looks beautiful from the outside, and just as nice on the inside.

We stayed at Osheas Merchant Bar, Lower Bridge Street, a great place filled with lovely staff and locals, who are willing to get you up to dance, traditional music every night, food was lovely at a reasonable price, rooms basic but very clean a credit to all who work here well done!!!

Just forget fashion and pride, wear your best loved comfy shoes, and you will be in for a treat.
Written 29 June 2012
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