DLR ATTRACTIONS

DLR LOCATIONS WORTH A VISIT

The Council carries out an extensive beach-cleaning programme on all beaches and acknowledges the importance to the community of such a valuable amenity.

Seapoint Beach retained its Blue Flag in 2014 and 2015.

The bathing water profiles for...

The James Joyce Tower is open 365 days a year, 10am-6pm (10am-4pm in Winter). Admission is free.

The museum is run by the Friends of Joyce Tower Society on a voluntary basis. A warm welcome awaits.

The James Joyce Tower and Museum is best...

Holy Trinity Church, set in the corner of Killiney Hill Park, was built in 1848. Why not visit and see the glorious Harry Clarke stained glass window and the magnificent carved pulpit with its 5 bronze panels and much more… 

 

Kill Abbey.

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There is a local tradition of a monastic settlement in Monkstown since the 9th century. The Castle was constructed in the 13th century and was expanded over centuries. It was built by the monks of the great Cistercian house of the blessed Virgin Mary to...

The Stillorgan Obelisk is believed to have been built in 1727 by Lord Allen as a monument to his wife, Lady Allen. Standing over 100 feet high, it was designed by the eminent architect Sir Edward Lovett Pearce who also designed the Bank of Ireland on...

Deansgrange Cemetery is one of the largest cemeteries in Ireland and is full of graves of historical interest.

For a full list please go to http://www.dlrcoco.ie/parks/...

The Martello tower at Seapoint was one of a series of towers and batteries built between Bray and Balbriggan in 1804 – 1805 to repel a threatened French invasion.

 

The Grainstore is unique. It’s always been ahead in the development of youth arts in Ireland and with the help of Canvas, the youth arts committee, it continues to present a supported way of working that values the creativity of young people. If you are...

Come see the sculptures on the Sculpture Trail! There is a significant collection of public sculpture and monuments in the Dún Laoghaire Rathdown area. A trail map, (find it on www.dlrcoco...

The Mill Theatre in Dundrum hosts a wide variety of world-class events all year round including theatre, comedy, literature, music etc.

To view what’s on now please go to www.milltheatre.ie

 

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Housed in the historic former Mariners’ Church, the National Maritime Museum of Ireland is a fascinating voyage through time and all things nautical. The building, built in 1837, offers a great selection of artifacts and exhibits illustrating various...