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The Hellfire Club Places To Visit Ireland

The Hellfire Club Places To Visit Ireland

The Hellfire Club Places To Visit Ireland

The Hellfire Club Places To Visit Ireland
As it is commonly known, is a famous tourist attraction that sits on top of Mont Pelier which is one of the closest of the group of mountains to Dublin city.

There are amazing views from the hellfire club, down onto Dublin city and the bay so it could be a good idea to bring a pair of binoculars, as the views would be further enhanced and enjoyed.

It was built as a hunting lodge in around 1725 by William Connolly. There is a forest on the slopes called Hell Fire Wood where Stika Spruce, Larch and Beech trees grow, its a lovely walk up along the trail and as mentioned above the flora and fauna are breath taking.. For More Information Visit The Hellfire Club Main Page

Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo Places To Visit

Dublin Zoo is a great day out for all the family, although, depending on the weather and the weather in Ireland unfortunately can really be unpredictable, if it is raining and we do get a lot of rain, that can maybe disruptĀ or have an influence on your planning and visiting to the zoo.
But when the sun does shine it is a great day out to visit the animals at Dublin Zoo. The staff and animal attendants / caretakers do a great job to make the animals feel at home.

Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo Located In The Phoenix Park Dublin Ireland

If you are there at the right time you will see the attendants feeding some of the animals which would make for some nice photographs. If it does happen to rain the day wont be totally ruined because you can visit some animals such as birds, fish, reptiles, amongst other animals, that are housed in indoor enclosures. For more information visit Dublin Zoo Main Page

Guinness Storehouse Places To Visit Ireland

Guinness Storehouse Places To Visit Ireland

Hello Everyone,
Here we will be adding places to visit as often as possible. There are a lot of interesting places to visit in Ireland throughout the country. We will eventually branch out into the surrounding counties twenty six in the Republic of Ireland and six in the North of Ireland grand total of thirty two counties that makes up Ireland.

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St James’s Gate, Dublin 8

With our first place to visit is The Guinness Storehouse located in Ireland Dublin City Saint James Gate Dublin 8. This is were the local brew Guinness is created, its great to actually see how the process is completed in different stages, and at the end of the tour you can enjoy a pint of Guinness in the gravity lounge which has a spectacular view of the city in 360 degrees.

 

We have added a new location in our places to visit section The Guinness storehouse
If you have visited the Storehouse we would be really interested in your thoughts and experience of your visit. Did you have a pint of Guinness? Did you like it? Would you drink it if you went out to your local pub or do you prefer larger etc.