- Free Hostels walking tour every day at 11am!
- Botanic Gardens: The overall design and contents of the Garden creates an environment that is stimulating, whether a visitor is here for instruction or pleasure. Cultivating a wide range of plants from the diverse climatic regions of the world, and displaying these under good horticultural practice allows our visitors to see what they too can achieve in their own gardens. They have beautiful old Victorian glasshouses which are wonderfully restored.
- Phoenix Park: is the largest enclosed urban public park in Europe located 3 km to the north west of Dublin city centre in Ireland. It measures 712 hectares (1,760 acres), with a walled circumference of 16 km that contains large areas of grassland and tree-lined avenues. The park is home to a herd of wild Fallow deer since the 17th century. The name is a corruption of the Irish fionnuisce meaning "clear water"
- Live Irish Music & Dancing (Arlington Hotel): The Arlington Hotel it's in the heart of the city centre beside O'Connell Bridge and its famous for its "Irish Dancing Night" which entertain visitors every night and it's for free.
- Pubs with live music: there is few pubs in Temple Bar with live music every night. The Mezz (recommended in "Our favorite pubs until they threw a couple of us out for being a bit silly) is one of them and has different live music every night (from Jazz, to Rock, Solu, etc). Sweeny’s is another solid….Ask our receptionists for what type of music you are looking for and they'll give you all the info.
- Dublin's Temple Bar Food Market: Temple Bar Food Market sells an array of produce from Sushi to Salsas and Dublin's finest organic foods. Temple Bar Food Market is any gourmet-gurus paradise. Running every Saturday and Wednesday, from mid-morning to late afternoon, almost every gourmet
Most of the museums in Ireland are also free , please check out ' Museums ' section for more information.