Straight after breakfast at your hotel we will start our tour from visit Dublin National Museum, Archaeology’ where you’ll be able to see artefacts dating back to prehistoric Ireland including stunning gold pieces and plenty more. It’s definitely worth a visit as the collection includes clothing, furniture and coins, alongside a number of displays covering The Easter Rising. We will also visit Christ Church Cathedral (founded c.1028) is the spiritual heart of the city, and one of the top visitor attractions in Dublin. Step inside and you can enjoy the cathedral’s beautiful interior and fascinating medieval crypt.
We would stop for a delicious Irish lunch with pint of beer at local pub-restaurant.
Then we will discover Guinness, the Fermentation Plant from 1904 to 1988 is now the 7-storey visitor experience dedicated to the history and making of this world-famous beer. Located in the heart of the St. James Gate Brewery. The Storehouse is the home of Guinness, where you will discover what goes into the making of each and every pint. Degustation included.
After we towards to Dublin’s Phoenix Park is a treasure. Few cities have such a facility on their doorsteps – it is more than twice as large as Central Park in New York and comprises more than 1700 acres of walled parkland just 3km from the centre of the city.
There are vast expanses of grass, knots of woodland, a herd of wild deer, playing fields for football, cricket and polo, gardens, houses, monuments and Dublin Zoo.
Just outside the Park, at White’s Gate, this was the residence of the Guinness family until 1999. It is now owned by the state and used as a guesthouse for visiting heads of state and other dignitaries.
Park also place for residence of the Irish President, the gracious and impressive residence of the American Ambassador to Ireland and Ashtown Castle is a medieval tower house located beside the Phoenix Park visitor centre. Transfer back to the hotel in the centre of Dublin. Group diner this night.