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Attractions

The following are just a sample of the things that you might want to do and see while staying at Heatherview. As you can see, there is something for everyone and you are ideally located to do as much or as little as you want! Don’t forget to ask us for advice on these or any other attractions – we are always here to help.

 
The Chimney Viewing Tower
The sky's the limit with a trip to the top of one of Dublin,s tallest landmarks, The Chimney Viewing Tower (1895). Originally used to distill Ireland's famous Jameson Whiskey, the chimney... more »
 
Tara's Palace
Tara's Palace is one of the world's most significant Dolls Houses. Inspired by Sir Neville Wilkinson's celebrated Titania's Palace of 1907, the displays are augmented and supported by a collection of dolls, antique toys and other dolls houses. more »
 
St Audoen's Church
Sited in the heart of the walled medieval city, this is one of the oldest existing churches as well as the only remaining medieval parish church in Dublin. It is dedicated to St. Ouen, the 7th century bishop of Rouen and patron saint of Normandy. more »
 
Skerries Mills
A unique collection of two windmills and a watermillwith associated mill pond, mill races and wetlands... more »
 
Shaw Birthplace
The first home of George Bernard Shaw has been restored to its Victorian elegance and charm. The neat terraced house is a museum of Victorian Dublin domestic life and of the early years of one of Dublin's Nobel prize winners for literature. more »
 
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
Ireland's largest church was founded c. 450A.D. beside a sacred well where St. Patrick is said to have baptised converts. The building was originally a wooden chapel but was rebuilt in stone in 1192 by Archbishop John Comyn. more »
 
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