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Special O er: 3 Star Guesthouse - 16 Rooms Harveys Guesthouse Harveys is a family-run guest house located in the heart of Dublin city. This is a spacious Georgian building which dates back to the mid 1700`s. It is in a perfect location for your Dublin City stay, allowing you to walk into the city. We are 10 minute walk from O’Connell Street and only a 25 minute trip from the Airport via No 41 bus. Room Rate from: €100.00 - €250.00 11 Upper Gardiner Street, Dublin 1, D01 XA06 Closed: January 4 - February 31 +353-(0)1-874 8384 Eilish Flood To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. Special O er: 3 Star Hotel - 297 Rooms Maldron Hotel Newlands Cross Maldron Hotel Newlands Cross (formerly Bewleys Hotel Newlands Cross) is located on the N7 Naas Road and beside the M50 junction 9. Situated on the main route in and out of Dublin for those travelling to and from the south and west of Ireland making it an ideal base for business and leisure guests alike. Room Rate from: €69.00 - €299.00 Newlands Cross Dublin 22, D22 V6Y6 Closed: December 24 - December 27 +353-(0)1-464 0140 Paul Clifford - General Manager To avail of best rates, Quote BE OUR GUEST when making a reservation. DUBLINIA Get a flavour of Medieval Dublin at one of the city’s most unique museums; Dublinia. Immerse yourself in the sounds, smells and stories of a time when Vikings were kings of Dublin. Dublinia offers a real sense of the city’s history and your tour can be topped off with climb to the top of St. Michael’s Tower, for a breath-taking bird’s eye view of the city. MALAHIDE PARK A magnificent castle surrounded by playgrounds, football pitches, bike hire with cycle track, shopping, divine gardens and enough room for a wild herd of energetic children to run themselves into exhaustion. Malahide Park is the perfect place to be with the family. Tour the castle or simply explore all that the park has to offer; either way you won’t be disappointed. GAA MUSEUM Perfect for any sports fan or history buff. Located in GAA Headquarters; the Croke Park museum will give you a full history of all things GAA including comprehensive details on all counties. Why not try and find your own local club team in the museum’s archive or get to know the game’s greatest legends in the GAA Hall of Fame. If that’s not enough you can test your skills in the Interactive Games Zone. GLASNEVIN CEMETERY From the ordinary to the extraordinary, Glasnevin Cemetery contains stories of legends of Irish history. Former President Eamon de Valera, Political Campaigner Daniel O'Connell, Poet Brendan Behan, musician Luke Kelly, Artist Christy Brown and Revolutionary Activists Michael Collins and Constance Markievicz are among the most famous names to be buried here. Take the tour and learn about the grave robbers, ghosts and body snatchers. EPIC CHQ The Epic CHQ on Dublin’s Docklands is one of countries newest and most intriguing museums. A family friendly centre that has truly embraced modern technology to ensure your experience is second-to-none. With 20 different galleries, you will get to explore stories about those to left our shores during the Great Famine to those who went on to have a great influence on the world after leaving Ireland as well as the current diaspora around the world. A visit is truly a must. THE NATIONAL TRANSPORT MUSEUM OF IRELAND Why not complete your visit to one of Dublin’s most popular tourist towns, Howth, with a visit to The National Transport Museum of Ireland. With vehicles dating as far back as 1883 the collection contains 60 vehicles available for public viewing and with dozens more available, the museum is ideal for anyone with an interest in motoring history. NATIONAL MUSEUM OF IRELAND - NATURAL HISTORY Ireland’s best zoological display will encapsulate any visitor regardless of their age. Learn about some of the deadliest and most bizarre animals that have roamed the planet across 4 floors of skeletons and stuffed displays or if your interest lies in eight legged critters, you’re also in luck with the museum’s insect section. Family Attractions HISTORICAL Dublin’s 79 Be Our Guest