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Want to visit a place with a lot of history for you to explore? Dublin has many fantastic areas for you to visit, but perhaps one of the most important landmarks in the city is the Four Courts. This is where the main courts of Ireland can be found, and the Four Courts name is used to refer to the place where the Supreme Court, the High Court, and the Dublin Circuit Court can be found. It also used to be home to the Central Criminal Court, although this was moved in 2010. As you imagine imagine, there is a lot of history for you to discover here, and the Four Courts escorts will be more than happy to be your guide as you look around.


Designed by James Gandon, a prominent architect of the time, the neoclassical Four Courts building is an iconic landmark on the banks of the River Liffey. Although the building suffered considerable damage during the Irish Civil War, it has been meticulously restored to preserve its original grandeur. While the building is not open for regular public visits, it can be admired from the outside or explored as part of occasional guided tours arranged by the Office of Public Works.

Adjacent to the Four Courts, the Church of St. Michan’s offers a unique glimpse into Dublin’s medieval past. Dating back to the 11th century, the church is renowned for its atmospheric crypts, which contain well-preserved mummified remains. Guided tours provide insights into the church's history and the intriguing stories behind the crypts' occupants.

For those interested in learning more about the legal history of the city, the nearby King's Inns is another must-see destination. Established in 1541, it is Ireland's oldest legal institution and school of law. The beautiful parkland and classical architecture provide an elegant setting for a leisurely stroll.

Just a short walk from Four Courts, visitors can explore the bustling Smithfield area, home to the famous Old Jameson Distillery. This popular attraction offers guided tours that delve into the history and production of Irish whiskey, complete with tastings and the opportunity to purchase unique souvenirs.


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