Historic Dublin Photo Gallery
Guinness Storehouse

City Hall

Dublin City Hall was completed over 200 years ago. Today, it is used by the Dublin City Council, which meets in plenary session on the first Monday of each month in the historic Council Chamber, originally the Coffee Room of the Royal Exchange. The Lord Mayor of Dublin presides at meetings of the City Council, which the public may attend by prior arrangement, and the various committees of the City Council meet almost every day in the Member's Room to make decisions affecting all aspects of civic administration.

Dublin Castle


Christchurch Cathedral

St. Patrick's cathedral

Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse is a museum of the famous Irish beer. Opened in November 2000, the 7-storey complex in the heart of the St. James' Gate Brewery is topped by a 360-degree panoramic bar where visitors can get a free sample of Guinness.

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