31 Famous Landmarks in Ireland For Your Bucket List Story

By Raeesha Ikram

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Introduction

31 Famous Landmarks in Ireland For Your Bucket List Story

Ireland is a charming island-nation nestled in the North Atlantic region encircled by smaller islands...

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Landmark 1

Dublin Castle, Dublin

In the heart of the city of Dublin lies a 600-year-old castle that loyally served...

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Landmark 2

Trinity College Dublin, Dublin

Ireland’s oldest and most renowned university, Trinity College Dublin, was founded in 1592 by Queen...

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Landmark 3

The National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin

If you are an art lover, you should know that there’s a national gallery a...

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Landmark 4

Kilmainham Gaol Museum, Dublin

While most Irish landmarks have a very colourful heritage, some others have a more tragic...

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Landmark 5

St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin

Also known as the National Cathedral of Ireland, this historical and religious site is one...

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Landmark 6

Guinness Storehouse, Dublin

Guinness Storehouse is a museum dedicated to beer lovers or anyone interested in sneaking a...

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Landmark 7

National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology, Dublin

If you are interested in archaeology or are looking for more historical Irish landmarks to...

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Landmark 8

14 Henrietta Street, Dublin

The building at number 14 Henrietta Street has been witness to Dublin and Ireland’s evolution...

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Landmark 9

Rock of Cashel, Cashel

The mythical tale of Satan spitting a chunk of rock out of a cave after...

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Landmark 10

The Blarney Castle, Gardens and Stone, Blarney

The Blarney Castle and Gardens in County Cork is one of the most revered historical...

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Landmark 11

Brú na Bóinne, Donore

The UNESCO World Heritage Site, Brú na Bóinne, is one of the oldest human-made landmarks...

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Landmark 12

Aran Islands, Western Ireland

Aran Islands is a cluster of three islands, namely Inis Mor, Inis Oirr, and Inis...

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Landmark 13

Glendalough, County Wicklow

Glendalough, a valley of two lakes in County Wicklow, is one of the best natural...

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Landmark 14

Skellig Islands, Southwest Ireland

The Skellig Islands is a unique set of rocky islands situated towards the western coast...

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Landmark 15

Dingle Peninsula, Southwest Ireland

Dingle Peninsula is one of the best-preserved natural landmarks in Ireland that will spellbind you....

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Landmark 16

Spike Island, County Cork

As one of the most famous landmarks of Ireland, Spike Island in County Cork is...

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Landmark 17

Kinsale, County Cork

A hidden gem in County Cork, on the southern coast of Ireland, sits Kinsale -...

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Landmark 18

Killarney National Park, Killarney

Ireland’s oldest national park, Killarney, offers you a plethora of nature-bound experiences that your memory...

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Ring of Kerry, County Kerry

The Ring of Kerry in County Kerry is one of the best hideaway spots in...

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Landmark 20

Leap Castle, Roscrea

Spookily, this castle in County Offaly also goes as Ireland’s most haunted castle, which is...

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Landmark 21

Waterford Greenway, Waterford

The Waterford Greenway, also known as the Déise Greenway, is a railway trail that runs...

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Landmark 22

Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Bunratty

Bunratty Castle is a national monument of Ireland located in County Clare. The castle was...

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Landmark 23

Cliffs of Moher, Liscannor

Country Clare in the Wild Atlantic Way is home to the Cliffs of Moher that...

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Landmark 24

The Lost Valley, Silver Strand

A popular landmark in the West of Ireland, The Lost Valley, is an active working...

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Landmark 25

Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre, Dalkey

Located about 40 minutes from Dublin’s city centre, Dalkey Castle is a famous landmark in...

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Landmark 26

Connemara National Park, Galway

Connemara National Park, located near Letterfrack Village, is one of Ireland’s six beautiful national parks....

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Landmark 27

King John's Castle, Limerick

King John’s Castle is a 13th-century Anglo-Norman castle built on King’s Island in Limerick, next...

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Landmark 28

Kilkenny Castle, Kilkenny

Kilkenny Castle is located in the village of Kilkenny and was built at the end...

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Landmark 29

Benbulbin, Sligo

Benbulbin, sometimes spelt Ben Bulbin, is a protected site located in the Sligo County of...

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Landmark 30

Knocknarea, Sligo

Knocknarea is a mountain located in Sligo town within County Sligo. The hill stands at...

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Landmark 31

Glenveagh National Park, County Donegal

Glenveagh National Park is the second largest of Ireland’s six national parks and boasts incredible...

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Conclusion

In Summary

While this list highlights the best landmarks in Ireland, the island is packed with so...

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