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Cliffs of Moher Day Trip from Dublin

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Making the journey from Dublin to the Cliffs of Moher can be quite the challenge without shelling out the cash to rent a car. This guided tour makes it easy to affordably travel to the cliffs, as well as other hot spots in Country Clare, including Doolin, Burren National Park, and Galway. Plus, this experience comes with round-trip transport in a comfortable coach and your admission ticket to the main attraction.
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starskys77 wrote a review Aug. 2020
Dublin, Ireland34 contributions15 helpful votes
An exhibition that seems to be more based at young children and up to age 13 or thereabouts. Being that it's marketed towards that age group, there seems to be very little for an adult audience that doesn't come off as patronising. I had visited here some time ago and there seemed to be way more to see and do. I understand that there's some corners that have to be cut due to Covid-19, but the whole exhibition seems to be very sparse. Given the recent interest in shows such as the Last Kingdom and Vikings (the latter is even filmed here!) you'd imagine the organisers would look to cash in on this with more ornaments and displays. Instead we have a few rough mannequins dotted about looking like something from the Wax museum around 1989! Also I would love to see more details from some of the more recent digs going on around Dublin, as currently there's not much info, bar a small section devoted to it towards the very end. It may sound as though I'm being harsh. I don't believe I am. I want tours like this to do well, especially now. The staff on hand are wonderful and always very helpful to the patrons, for all the hard work they do, I feel they deserve an attraction that has come into the 21st century, to keep people coming back. Recommended for families with kids as a stepping stone to Dublin's Viking History. Not so much one for the History buffs...
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Date of experience: July 2020
Theresa S wrote a review Aug. 2020
Dublin, Ireland4 contributions4 helpful votes
This is my second time to Dublinia, the first time was over ten years ago and unfortunately not much has changed. This would be ideal for school children or parents getting their children interested in viking history. The one thing i always loved and am glad to see is still there is the scale model of the city of Dublin in the middle ages. There are no tour guides to show you around its a self guided tour. The staff that are around are friendly and attentive. I would like to see a few changes to include more artefacts.
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Date of experience: July 2020
Amanda H wrote a review Apr. 2020
Plano, Texas391 contributions92 helpful votes
This was a hidden gem. Whether you have kids or are adults, it was an interesting walk through Dublin’s history. From the early Viking settlements, to medieval times, to a great view from the tower if you’re up to another 150 steps after already exploring 2 floors. Our 11 year old enjoyed rubbing her name out of Viking runes, exploring the medieval market and guessing the cure for medieval ailments at one stall. Very interactive exhibits that target both kids and adults alike. I think we spent 2 hours here and I was chasing my child through the exhibits but figure you’ll spend 2-4 hours here.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Ray M wrote a review Mar. 2020
Marblehead, Massachusetts131 contributions39 helpful votes
I recommend this exhibition as a good walk through Dublin's Viking roots and medieval life in the city. It is serious and informative not schlocky. I purchased the combo ticket that included entry to Christ Church cathedral well worth the time for a walkabout.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Vicki wrote a review Mar. 2020
Carrick-on-Shannon, Ireland281 contributions53 helpful votes
Dublinia is a great place for all the kids. We had a 3 and 5 year old with us and while they weren't interested in everything they really enjoyed the visit. Theres plenty for kids to enjoy from dressing up to colouring in. The staff here are so nice!! They couldn't do enough for us Theres a nice cafe inside for a cuppa and its super handy for going to visit elsewhere in dublin Definitely worth a visit
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Date of experience: March 2020
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