Top North Dublin County Attractions and Activities to Do
Spend a family day at Malahide Castle and Gardens
Malahide Castle is a medieval castle located in Malahide village at about 9 miles north of Dublin City centre. Part of the castle was built in the 12th century and it was home to the Talbot family for 791 years.
The Castle is surrounded by 260 acres of parkland, the perfect place to spend a family day. Malahide Gardens are open from 9.30 am and the last entry is at 4.30 pm.
Howth is a fishing village located in one of the outer suburbs of Dublin. The village occupies most of the Howth Head peninsula.
The harbour are a top attraction spot where also the Dubliners spend their summer weekends especially on sunny days. In fact, in Howth is possible to find many fish restaurants.
The Croke Park is a Gaelic sports stadium in North Dublin. It was opened in 1884 and it can sit 82.300 spectators. It is home of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and hosts the annual All-Ireland in Gaelic football and hurling.
Shopping Near Dublin Airport
With the nationally recognised shopping centres such as Blanchardstown Shopping Centre & Retail Park and Omni Shopping Centre complemented by smaller local boutiques, restaurants and bars, North Dublin County is a shopper’s paradise. Shopping is one of the many great things to do in North County Dublin.