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Dublin City Pass ( Per Day)

Dublin City Pass ( Per Day)

Dublin, Ireland

From all disposed attraction decide how many time you need to visit it all or your favourites. If you decide for 1 Day package then you will be in oportunity to visit listed Dublin attractions for one day. If you choose 2 Days you will have 2 days for visiting listed attractions, if you choose number 3 days you will have 3 days to visit attractions and so on. Names of credit packages represent number of days you have on disposal for visiting attractions listed and described on iteneraray.  Once you use your ticket, you will have 60 days to use it for other attraction.  You can choose one of 8 listed packages, when you choose your package we will send you ticket pass via email.


Visit the Guinness Storehouse with The Dublin Pass

  • Pre-booking required: we recommend requesting your  booking 24 hours in advance to avoid disappointment. Find out how to  secure your spot in the Know Before You Go section below.
  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Take a self-guided tour around the seven-storey Storehouse.
  • 10% off purchases at the 1837 Bar & Brasserie.

Guinness Storehouse is arguably one of Dublin’s most iconic  attractions and is hugely popular with visitors to the capital.  Guinness® is synonymous with Ireland so when you're in Dublin, you can't  leave without a trip to Guinness Storehouse®. Learn through the  seven-story experience how the world-famous drink is made and then  sample it for yourself at the end in the panoramic Gravity Bar.

Glass Atrium

Stand at the very bottom of the world’s largest pint glass, the  atrium of the Guinness Brewery experience. Need some perspective on how  big it really is? If the glass atrium was filled, it would hold 14.3  million pints of Guinness! The Atrium takes visitors through seven  storeys of Guinness heritage and history; from production and the  ingredients, recipe and craft of brewing; to transportation and  distribution; as well as advertising and sponsorship.

Gravity Bar

End on a high, literally, at Gravity Bar, the Guinness Storehouse’s  very own bar – and an experience in itself. At the seventh storey,  Gravity Bar boasts 360° panoramic views over Dublin, and you can sit  back and enjoy the vista.

In line with updated guidance from the Irish government, the Gravity  Bar has now fully reopened. The inclusion of a complimentary drink in  the Gravity Bar applies only to visitors with a valid photo id and a  digital covid certificate (or recognised equivalent). Under 18s who are  in the care of a permitted adult do not currently require proof of  identity. Where customers are not able to provide the legally required  proof of admission to the Gravity Bar, access will be granted to the  outdoor Brewery Yard Bar behind the brewery gates.

We strongly recommend visiting the Guinness Storehouse website for the most up-to-date information prior to visiting.

The Store

Don't leave without exploring the vast souvenir shop to take  something back home with you as a memento of your amazing Guinness  experience, from pint glasses to mugs, t-shirts and rugby balls - there  is a wide range of options for presents or souvenirs.

  • A ‘perfect’ pour of Guinness should take 119.5 seconds at a 45-degree angle
  • Over 10 million glasses of Guinness are sold every day around the world
  • Guinness was originally called Porter and then Stout Porter before its name changed in the 18th century

Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Guinness Storehouse tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Dublin attractions for one money-saving price.


Monday - Thursday & Sunday: 10AM - 5PM
Friday - Saturday: 9:30 - 6PM

Please note that times are subject to change. Check the Guinness Storehouse website for the most up-to-date hours.






Take the Big Bus Dublin Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour with The Dublin Pass

  • Enjoy a one-day hop-on, hop-off bus tour around Dublin's famous sights
  • With 25 stops across the city including Trinity College, St Stephen's Green, and the Guinness Storehouse
  • Your pass also gives you access to many more attractions in Dublin, so don't forget to check them out

Experience Dublin your way with Big Bus Tours Dublin's hop-on,  hop-off sightseeing tours. Exciting live tour guides (guides or driver  guides) will show you around and share their wealth of local knowledge  and famous Irish humour. There's no better way to take in the stunning  sights and buzzing atmosphere of Dublin than from our open-top,  double-decker buses.

Hop-on to learn about Dublin's colourful history and rich culture,  then hop-off and venture through the city at your own pace, discovering  everything this vibrant city has to offer. With buses every 20 minutes  and 25 stops across the city, it couldn't be easier to explore Dublin's  most-loved attractions with the Dublin Pass one-day ticket. Dublin Pass  customers can also upgrade to a two-day hop-on hop-off ticket by taking  advantage of the special offer available to them.

You can board any Big Bus and show your Dublin Pass to receive a ticket. Your Big Bus ticket is then valid for 24 hours.


Daily: 9AM - 5PM





Visit EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum with The Dublin Pass

  • Explore 20 themed galleries
  • Interact with immersive, hands-on exhibits
  • Your pass also gives you access to many more attractions in Dublin, so don't forget to check them out

Go beyond the stereotypes at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Discover  what it means to be Irish, beyond the borders of Ireland, through the  stories of Irish emigrants who became scientists, politicians, poets,  artists and even outlaws. Discover Ireland from the outside in and find  out why saying “I’m Irish” is one of the biggest conversation starters,  no matter where you are.

Only 12 minutes walk from Trinity College and 8 minutes walk from  O’Connell Bridge, EPIC is a modern museum situated in Dublin’s  Docklands, it tells the moving and unforgettable story of the 10 million  Irish people who left their homeland – and how they influenced and  shaped the world.

Experience this story in 20 breathtaking interactive galleries,  complete with touchscreens, motion-sensor games, and audio and video to  bring these one-of-a-kind tales to life.


  • More than 14 times more people of Irish descent live abroad than in  Ireland. Over 70 million people across the world can claim Irish  ancestry.
  • At least 22 U.S. Presidents have Irish heritage, including JFK, Ronald Reagan, and Barack Obama.
  • The traditional Gaelic sports of Hurling and Gaelic Football are  played across the globe, even as far away as Malaysia and Kuwait!
  • Irish physicist John Tyndall was the first to explain why the sky is blue.
  • Rihanna has Irish ancestors. Her Irish surname, Fenty, inspired the name for her makeup line.
  • Three members of the Beatles - John Lennon, Paul McCartney, and George Harrison - all come from families of Irish descent.
  • Ireland was the first country in the world to legalize LGBTQ+ marriage by popular vote.


Monday to Sunday: 10AM - 6.45PM (Last admission 5PM)





Take the Jameson Distillery Bow St. Tour with The Dublin Pass

  • We strongly advise pre-booking the Jameson Distillery tour.
  • Learn all about Jameson whiskey on this guided tour
  • Your pass also gives you access to many more attractions in Dublin, so don't forget to check them out

Since John Jameson’s brave first steps into the building in 1780, the  Jameson Distillery has been focused on his ambition to create  unforgettable experiences (along with great whiskey, of course).

Join the fully hosted Bow St. Experience and enjoy a distillery tour  that has a firm focus on immersive storytelling. You’ll be invited to  touch, smell, and most importantly, taste Jameson in the original Bow  St. Distillery buildings.



Monday to Thursday: 11AM (first tour) to 5:30PM (last tour)
Friday to Saturday: 11AM (first tour) to 6:30PM (last tour)

Sunday: 12PM (first tour) to 5:30PM (last tour)

Tours run every hour

Please check the official website for up-to-date opening times as tour times can vary seasonally.

24, 25, and 26 December.




Visit Saint Patrick's Cathedral with The Dublin Pass

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Explore the cathedral's many historic monuments.
  • Enjoy one of two services per day.
  • Free audio guides are available in English, Irish, Italian, Spanish, German, French, and Mandarin.

Built in honour of Ireland’s patron saint, Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is one of the most important historic landmarks in Dublin.

Dating  back to 1191 to the site of an ancient well where, legend has it, Saint  Patrick used to baptise new converts into Christianity, Saint Patrick’s  Cathedral has played a vital role throughout Ireland’s social, cultural  and spiritual history. Walk through the nave and see the 200 monuments  and impressive alter which makes Saint Patrick’s so breath-taking.

Monuments
Saint Patrick's Cathedral is brimming with monuments, 200 at last count.  From Fulke de Saundford, a stone effigy in the North Choir Aisle, to  the Tree of Remembrance, the cathedral’s newest monument to commemorate  the centenary of World War I, there is plenty to see within the church  that documents Ireland’s social history. Other monuments on show are the  great Boyle monument which dates back to 1632, as well as statues of  politicians and military men throughout the ages.

Service
Music has played an integral part in the life of Saint Patrick's since  its foundation and it is the only cathedral in Ireland to sing two  services every day. If you want to attend a service, please see the  times below:

Times of Services:
Monday - Friday Matins 9AM - 9.30AM (School term time)
Evensong 5.30PM - 6PM
Eucharist 11.05AM (Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday)
Sunday: Eucharist 8.30AM, Matins 11.15AM, Evensong 15.15PM

Please check the official website for up-to-date service times.

  • Handel's Messiah was first performed at Saint Patrick’s Cathedral  in 1742 by the combined choir of Saint Patrick's and Christ Church.
  • The writer and satirist Jonathan Swift was Dean of Saint Patrick's from 1713 – 1745.
  • The cathedral spire measures 140 feet tall making it the largest of the two cathedrals in Dublin.

Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Saint Patrick's Cathedral tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Dublin attractions for one money-saving price.


Monday to Friday: 9.30AM - 5:30PM
Saturday: 9AM - 6:30
Sunday: 9AM - 11AM, 1PM - 3PM & 4:30 - 6:30

Please check the official website for up-to-date opening times.

Closings & Holidays

24th, 25th and 26th December




Visit Christ Church Cathedral with The Dublin Pass

  • Discover fascinating artifacts and gothic architecture
  • Free entry into the crypt and 'Treasures of Christ Church' exhibition
  • Your pass also gives you access to many more attractions in Dublin, so don't forget to check them out

Dublin’s oldest building and spiritual heart of the city, Christ  Church Cathedral was founded in 1030 by King Sitriuc Silkbeard and  Dunan, the first Bishop of Dublin. The most historic building and  arguably one of the most important in terms of its rich cultural  significance, Christ Church Cathedral is a must-visit when you’re in the  city. The Dublin Pass grants you free entry into the crypt and into the  ‘Treasures of Christ Church’ exhibition to learn more about the role of  Christ Church and Dublin’s history.

Christ Church Cathedral highlights

Crypt & Treasures of Christ Church Exhibition

The medieval crypt is a fascinating part of this historic building  where visitors can discover fascinating artefacts, memorials and the  famous mummified ‘cat and the rat’. This unusual pair are two of the  most visited exhibits of the crypt and were even mentioned in James  Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake. The Treasures of Christ Church exhibition is  well worth a visit, where visitors can see old religious relics  including priceless silver and Ireland’s first copy of Magna Carta.  Additionally, the heart of the Patron Saint of Dublin, Laurence O’Toole  resides in the Cathedral.

Evensong

The choir of Christ Church Cathedral is the most prestigious choir in  Dublin and one of the most reputed in Ireland. Singing four times a  week, Evensong is a must-visit to catch the spiritual songs of this  historic choir. As an institution which dates back to the 15th century,  the church choir is an important part of religious worship at Christ  Church and one not to be missed.

For more information on special events, please check here.

The Cathedral is subject to closure for ceremonial events and services, sometimes at short notice – please check the website here, or call 01 6778099 for up to date closure information.

  • Christ Church Cathedral is the oldest building in Dublin city
  • The medieval cathedral crypt is believed to be the largest crypt in Ireland, measuring over 63m in length, built in the 1170s
  • Christ Church Cathedral is located in the old centre of medieval Dublin.


Monday - Saturday: 10AM - 7PM (last admission 6:15PM)

Sunday: 12:30PM - 7PM (last admission 6:15PM)

The Cathedral occasionally closes early. Please check the attraction's website for the most up-to-date information.






Visit Dublinia with The Dublin Pass

  • Learn all about Dublin's history at this unique, interactive museum
  • Explore the Viking Dublin exhibition and the Medieval Dublin exhibition
  • Your pass gives you entry to many more attractions in Dublin, so don't forget to check them out

Dublinia is set in the heart of the old city at Christchurch and one  of Dublin's most popular attractions. Great for families, it showcases  how society and culture have changed in Ireland’s capital over hundreds  of years. You'll experience the sights, sounds, and smells of the city  during Viking and Medieval times and get a taste of what life was like.

Viking Exhibition
Travel back to the city in Viking times and explore the myths and  mysteries surrounding their legacy. See what life was like onboard a  Viking warship; learn the skills of being a Viking warrior and visit a  cramped and smoky Viking house.

Medieval Exhibition
Witness the sights, sounds, and smells of this busy city. Learn about  crime and punishment, death and disease, and even toothache remedies of  700 years ago. Enjoy the spicy aromas and so much more in the medieval  fair, learn to play medieval games, visit a rich merchant’s kitchen and  walk along a bustling Medieval street.

History Hunters Exhibition
Dig a little deeper into Dublin’s rich history with the History Hunters  and learn from archaeology exhibits how our ancestors lived through  historic artifacts, manuscripts, and real medieval skeletons! Learn the  native languages of old Dublin and bring back with you a newfound  appreciation of Ireland’s capital city’s past.


  • The tomb of Strongbow, which dates back to the Middle Ages, is said to contain the heart of the Patron Saint of Dublin.
  • The 96 steps to the top of St Michael’s Tower offer spectacular views across the city.
  • Dublin derives its name from the Irish Dubhlinn, meaning black pool  and refers to a dark tidal pool where the River Poddle entered the  Liffey.


Daily: 10AM - 5.30PM (last admission: 4.30PM)

Please check the official website for up-to-date opening times.

Closings & Holidays

Monday to Wednesday





Visit The Teeling Whiskey Distillery with The Dublin Pass

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • Take a tour of the distillery.
  • Enjoy a complimentary tasting.
  • Experience a real-life working distillery in action.

Voted World’s Best Whiskey Visitor Attraction at the prestigious World Whiskies Awards.

This is a must for anyone with an interest in Dublin’s rich Irish whiskey heritage. The first new distillery in Dublin in over 125 years, Teeling Distillery is leading a revival in Dublin whiskey distilleries. Join a tour and learn first-hand how Teeling whiskey is produced from grain to glass. After the tour, enjoy a handcrafted cocktail from a mixologist at The Bang Bang Bar or browse the full Teeling range as well as branded merchandise and local treats in the gift shop.


  • Dublin is the historic home and heart of the Irish whiskey industry, at one time accounting for 60% of global whiskey sales.
  • Teeling descendent Walter Teeling opened a distillery in 1782, just a stone's throw away from the current Teeling Distillery.
  • At this time, there were over 37 different distilleries in Dublin.

Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Teeling's Whiskey Distillery tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Dublin attractions for one money-saving price.



Daily: 11AM - 6PM - tours every 20 minutes

We recommend checking directly with the attraction for current opening hours.

Closings & Holidays

Monday to Wednesday






Explore Dublin Castle with The Dublin Pass

  • With us, there are no entry fees on the day – all you've got to do is show your pass.
  • See the magnificent State Apartments, the original Viking fortress, and the splendid castle gardens.
  • Upgrade your ticket to include a guided tour at a special rate.

Standing at a strategic site at the junction of the River Liffey and  the Poddle, Dublin Castle is the heart of the historical city.

Constructed  in the early thirteenth century on the site of a Viking settlement,  Dublin Castle served for centuries as the headquarters of English, and  later British, administration in Ireland. In 1922, following Ireland's  independence, Dublin Castle was handed over to the new Irish government.  It is now a major government complex and a key tourist attraction.

Explore part of the original Viking Fortress, remains of the 13th  century Castle as well as the magnificent State Apartments that now  serve as the venue for Presidential Inaugurations, State Functions, and  Ireland's Presidencies of the European Union.

A guided tour is an additional special rate of €3.00 per person (subject to availability).


State Apartments
Built as the residential quarters of the viceregal court, explore the  State Apartment's lavish and beautiful architecture that was the focus  of fashionable society during the 18th Century. Today the Apartments are  the venue of Ireland's Presidencies, inaugurations, and state  functions.

Castle Gardens 
Situated on the site of the original 'Dubh Linn', or Black Pool, which  gives the city of Dublin its name, the Castle Gardens's beautiful  grounds house smaller memorial gardens, commissioned sculptures as well  as stunning flora and landscaping.

Viking Excavation (with guided tour upgrade)
Discover parts of Dublin's historical medieval castle and remains of the  original defenses. Explore the Castle's medieval curtain wall, postern  gate, and original moat that would have originally diverted water from  the River Poddle.

Chapel Royal (with guided tour upgrade)
Designed by Francis Johnston and opened on 25 December 1814, the Chapel  Royal boasts spectacular interiors in the Gothic Revival style.

Please note: Dublin Castle can be closed at short notice due  to government business. Please check their website for up-to-date  information.

Go City is a better way to sightsee. Your pass includes Dublin Castle tickets, plus admission to dozens of top Dublin attractions for one money-saving price.


Monday - Sunday: 9.45AM - 5.45PM (last admission - 5.15PM)

Please check the official website for up-to-date opening times.

Closings & Holidays

1 January

25 - 28 December





Visit the GPO Museum with The Dublin Pass

  • Learn all about the Easter Rising and the other key events that shaped modern Irish history.
  • Enjoy multi-sensory exhibitions
  • Multi-lingual audio guides available
  • Your pass also gives you access to many more Dublin attractions, so be sure to check them out

Winner of the Micheletti Award at the 2017 European Museum Academy  Awards, GPO Museum is a historical must-see when in Dublin. Learn all  about the 1916 Easter Rising and modern Irish history.

One of the oldest operating postal headquarters in the world,  Dublin's General Post Office has witnessed over two centuries of Irish  history and is one of the country's most famous buildings.

This spectacular award-winning experience focuses on the 1916 Easter  Rising and modern Irish history. Learn the fascinating stories through  authentic artefacts, personal tales and photographs, electronic touch  screens, and video and audio booths. Don't miss the specially created  centrepiece film that puts you right in the middle of the action during  the Rising as it happened at the GPO.

An exhibition on the Irish flag, which commemorates the first flying of the Irish Tricolour in 1848 by Thomas F. Meagher.

This spectacular award-winning experience focuses on the 1916 Easter  Rising and Modern Irish History.  Learn about the fascinating  story of  modern Irish history from all sides through authentic artefacts,  personal tales and photographs, electronic touch screens, video, audio  visual booths and sound.

  • The GPO building was the communications hub of Ireland and served as headquarters to those taking part in the 1916 Easter Rising
  • The façade is all that remains of the original building, the rest being destroyed by a fire in the Easter Uprising
  • It was one of the last Georgian buildings erected in the capital in 1814


Tuesday - Saturday: 10AM to 5PM (last admission 4PM)

Closings & Holidays

1 January

17 March

Easter Sunday

24 to 26 December









Cancellation

  • Booking cancellations may be made until your booking activity was due to happen.