Medieval Dublin

Although no longer the de facto city centre, Medieval Dublin is the true heart of Dublin. It was here that the first settlements were constructed by the Norse around the year 841. Many of the buildings constructed by the Vikings and Norse are still standing today, albeit in rebuilt form. These include Dublin Castle, Christchurch Cathedral and St. Patrick's Cathedral. The Dublinia heritage centre located near Christchurch Cathedral is a fascinating source of information about the area in medieval times.



The Bull and Castle

Lord Edward Pub and Restaurant

Ginger Man (The)

Gravity Bar @ Guinness Storehouse (The)

Vicar Street


Shaw's Birthplace

Guinness Storehouse

Gravity Bar @ Guinness Storehouse (The)

St Audoen's Church

Morrin Antiques

Dublin's Viking Adventure

Christ Church Cathedral New Year's Bells


O' Sullivan Antiques

Dublinia at Christchurch

Old Jameson Distillery

Over The Top Tours

John's Lane Church

Michael Connell Antiques

Treasures of Christ Church Exhibition

Esther Sexton Antiques

Mother Redcap's Market

Marsh's Library

15 Usher's Island

Whitefriar Street Carmelite Church

The Garda Museum & Archives

Avoca Handweavers

Vicar Street

Lantern Antiques


Leo Burdock

Lord Edward Pub and Restaurant

Old Dublin (The)


Harding Hotel

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