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Stop 10 - Dublin Castle
    Dublin Castle - Cork Hill
Built in 1204 by King John, the castle has a bloody and ignoble past in our city's history, from the impaling of Irish Chieftains on its walls to the more recent housing of the British Administration up to 1922. The State Apartments, Undercroft and Chapel Royal are open to visitors and there are regular guided tours.

Open daily.

€1 off adult admission.
  Chester Beatty Library - Dublin Castle
The Chester Beatty Library displays a world famous collection of Early Christian, Islamic and East Asian manuscripts, paintings, prints and printed books. It is an extraordinary collection assembled by a single collector, Sir Alfred Chester Beatty, who bequeathed his library to a trust for the benefit of the public on his death in 1968. European Museum of the Year 2002.
  Dublin City Hall
The Story of the Capital Multi-media exhibition tracing the history of Dublin. A story of change, highlighting major events that have influenced the growth of the city and civic governance over the past 1,000 years, creating the Dublin we know today.

Open Daily

€1 off adult admission.
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