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IN THE NEWS, 12th January 2016
Dublin's north city quarter has a remarkable range of visitor attractions, rich in culture,
heritage and history. Twelve of these sites have come together to promote the rich character
of the north city and its people.
The National Botanic Gardens has joined with The 1916 Rebellion Tour, Croke Park, Epic ‐ The Irish Emigration Museum,
Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, The GPO Witness History, The Guinness Storehouse,
Henrietta Street ‐ Tenement Experience, Hugh Lane Gallery, James Joyce Centre,
Mountjoy Square and the Old Jameson Distillery to promote
Dublinís DNA ‐ a unique and fascinating trail comprising some of the cityís most vibrant attractions.
Dublinís Northside Attractions are DNA in name and in nature, revealing the people
behind the places that are now landmarks of the Northside of Dublin and lasting
monuments to its citizens ‐ the colourful, the courageous, and the ill-fated; from
the everyday working folk to the rebels, poets and pioneers.
Walk in their footsteps as the DNA trail affords you a vivid and enjoyable insight
into the people who made Dublin and Ireland what it is today.
Go to the Dublinís Northside Attractions website. . .