The Dublin Mountains

To the south of Dublin are a line of ‘big hills’ or ‘small mountains’ that extend all the way to Wexford, Carlow and Kildare. It is now a stunning national park full of archeaology, lakes, walking trails, biking trails, old estates and lots of excellent old traditional pubs.

These are some of the most significant landmarks, buildings and monuments in the Dublin Mountains which extend into Wicklow

Glencullen House, Glencullen. County Dublin 1800

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Daniel O'Connell, The Valley of Holly & A a famous architect Glencullen House was built in 1800 and was possibly designed by the famous Irish architect, Francis Johnson. The house, along with it's [...]

Glencullen House, Glencullen. County Dublin 18002019-06-27T10:44:02+00:00

The Merry Ploughboy Pub, Rockbrook. County Dublin 1800

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This bar claim's to be the only pub in Ireland that is run by traditional musicians The Merry Ploughboy Pub is located in south Dublin in an area known as Rockbrook. This traditional [...]

The Merry Ploughboy Pub, Rockbrook. County Dublin 18002019-06-27T16:19:22+00:00

The Kilternan Dolmen, Kilternan. County Dublin c.2500BC

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A heavy weight dolmen hidden in south County Dublin The Kilternan Dolmen is located in south Dublin near the village of Kilternan. This national monument  is believed to have the second heaviest cap [...]

The Kilternan Dolmen, Kilternan. County Dublin c.2500BC2019-08-19T15:40:46+00:00

Johnnie Fox’s Pub, Glencullen. County Dublin 1798

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'Arguably' Ireland's highest pub visited by Pop stars & Presidents    Johnnie Fox's Pub is located in the village of Glencullen on the border of south Dublin and Wicklow. It was established in [...]

Johnnie Fox’s Pub, Glencullen. County Dublin 17982019-06-29T06:54:31+00:00