One of the Best Hotels Near Temple Bar

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One of the Best Hotels Near Temple Bar

One of the best hotels near Dublin’s Cultural Quarter of Temple Bar is filled with Pubs, bars, restaurants, quirky shops and street musicians. Markets and cultural events also take place here on a regular basis. Temple Bar has preserved its medieval street pattern, with many narrow cobbled streets. 

Below we have listed a few of our favouite sights to see in Temple Bar:

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Temple Bar Food Market

Open every Saturday 10:30am to 4:00pm, this market is a food paradise in the heart of Temple Bar. This market id perfect to grab lunch on the go, and continue to experience Temple Bar, with fresh organic produce, several backeries, and a variety of meals made to order. 

There are also stand selling some amazing fresh Dublin produce that you won't find in any other place. 

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Ha'Penny Bridge

Opened in 1816 and originally called the Wellington Bridge, the current name comes from the original toll being exactly a ha'penny for anyone crossing the River Liffey

This bridge was the first pedestrian bridge to cross the River Liffey but offers a great insight into the historic side of Dublin and Temple Bar. On average 30,000 people cross this bridge daily, can you count yourself among them?

Temple Bar Gallery + Studio

Established in 1983 this studio was one of the first DIY artist-led initiatives in Ireland. Considered a centre for creativity in the capial, they provide a place for artists to thrive and a place for visitors to experience contemporary art for free. 

There are many exhibits on show through out the year and always worth having a look.

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Olympia Theatre

First opened in 1879, the Olympia Theatre was one of the first in Dublin City. 

Today this venue is host to a wide varriety of musical acts, podcasts, stand up comedians, and other live performances. 

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Bars & Restaurants

Temple Bar is home to some of Dublin's most famous Irish Bars and most authentic Irish food. Filled with hidden gems, it is impossible to not find an amazing place for a famous pint of Guinness or and amazing meal. Explore and find you favourites!

National Photographic Archive

This archive holds over 5 millions historic and contemporary photographs, the majority of which are Irish, showcased in various exhibition areas. 

Smock Ally Theatre

Originally built in 1662, The Theatre Royal at Smock Alley gave the world the plays of George Farquhar (The Recruiting Officer), Oliver Goldsmith (She Stoops to Conquer) and Richard Brinsley Sheridan (The Rivals). 

Since its opening the theatre was converted into a Catholic church for almost 200 years, but it wasn't until 2012 that is was loving restored to its original purpose as a city centre theatre. Today you can catch a show or rent out one of the rooms for your own event.

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3 reasons to stay with us

Cancellation is free of charge until 3pm the day before arrival

Located beside Trinity College

By our friendly concierge team

Limited Valet Car Parking Available

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