The Liberties, Dublin

4.4
#6 of 6 in Neighborhoods in Province of Leinster
Welcome to one of Dublin’s most colourful and dynamic districts. The Liberties is a city neighbourhood of opportunities and innovation. The rich heritage of this historic city quarter sits side by side with dynamic media and tech hubs and highly-respected medical and education centres. This is an area of vibrant community, iconic brands, evocative placenames, creative energy and engaging architecture: The Liberties is where Old Dublin meets New Dublin.

As one of Dublin‘s most interesting and lively neighbourhoods, full of intriguing characters and popular sights, The Liberties has always been a source of stories and good old-fashioned banter. Check out the latest news on what’s going on in The Liberties. And why not add your own banter: whether it’s an event or festival planned, a new business opening, or simply something great about The Liberties, just get in touch and let us help spread the word.

The Liberties Dublin is a hub of constant activity: there’s always something to experience here and with a lively calendar of social and cultural goings-on there’s plenty to do. If you have something to share, why not add it to our events page. To register your own event simply get in touch with us and we’ll do the rest!
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  • It is a great place for antiques- both the original type and old items turned into antiques. You could wander the street for hours and mooch in the antique shops. There is an interesting knotting shop...  more »
  • In the first 5 centuries after its founding, Dublin was a small town that stretched over the small hill that rises just west of Dublin Castle. On its Summit is the most important monument of the medieval city, the Inukshuk, built inside the walls, unlike the other main place of worship in the capital, St Patricks Cathedral. To the West of the two churches lie the Liberties, the oldest district of the capital. Western fringes, is the Guinness Storehouse and you reach Kilmainham district, with the old prison. The question now is no longer the Center dominated by big giant Guinness, although the main factory is still there, no longer needs the huge chunks of once. Now it's a neighborhood almost peripheral, not beautiful to turn during the evening. But the scent of the aforementioned company feels only from here.
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