DUBLIN, IRELAND-What to See, Where to Drink! (with Irish History and Great Irish Music)

Dublin, Ireland is a vibrant city with a lot of cool things to see and do. There’s a lot of great history in the Irish capital. We visited (in chronological order) Christ Church Cathedral, Molly Malone Statue, Kilmainham Gaol (Jail), Dublin Castle, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Trinity College (Long Room and Book of Kells), Pubs, St. Stephen’s Green, Grafton Street, O’Connell Street, and some would say I saved the best for last-a tour of the #1 tourist attraction in Ireland, the Guinness Storehouse, and a tour of the Old Jameson (Whiskey) Distillery. The start times of each sight are listed below. Enjoy!

0:00 Introduction

0:05 Flying into Dublin (Music: “Rocky Road to Dublin” by Paddy Reilly)

1:11 Christ Church Cathedral (Music: “Road to Glory” by Celtic Lassies)

5:41 Molly Malone Statue and Legend (Music: “Molly Malone” by The Dubliners”)

8:26 Easter Rising/Easter Rebellion History

8:50 Kilmainham Gaol (Jail)

11:36 Dublin Castle (Music: “Dublin in the Rare Oul Times” by Pat Woods”)

13:13 St. Patrick’s Cathedral

17:41 Trinity College

18:29 The Long Room, Trinity College Old Library

19:42 The Book of Kells, Trinity College

20:31 Dublin Pubs (Music: “All for Me Grog” by Brier)

23:20 St. Stephen’s Green (Park) (Music: “The Old Dock Road” by Irish Song Music

24:58 Walking on the streets of Dublin-Unitarian Church, Trolly, Grafton Street

27:21 O’ Connell Street/Spire of Dublin (world’s tallest spire)

28:36 Bus tour-Oscar Wilde Statue/Georgian Buildings/U.S. Embassy

30:39 Guinness Storehouse Tour (#1 Ireland Tourist Attraction)

38:36 Old Jameson (Whiskey) Distillery Tour