Please note that opening times of the below sights and attractions may vary, in light of the current situation with COVID-19. For the most up-to-date information regarding opening times and ticket prices, please refer to the websites of the individual attractions.

The Phoenix Park

This attraction has remained open

The Phoenix park is the largest urban park in all of Europe. Founded in the 1660’s, the park has a long history behind it while today it home to a number of important buildings including Áras an Uachtaráin – The official residency of the President of Ireland, the residency of the US Ambassador and of course Dublin Zoo, Ireland’s national zoo and the fourth oldest zoo worldwide.

Malahide Castle

Re-opened on 29th June 2020

Malahide is a picturesque countryside coastal town in North County Dublin, yet only half an hour from Dublin City. Visit the medieval castle, stroll to the marina and down to the beach, before discovering the town’s charming cafés and chic boutiques. 

Dublin Zoo

Re-opened on 2nd June 2020

The Morgan Hotel is only a 10-minute drive along the quays to Ireland’s incredible Dublin Zoo, located within the beautiful Phoenix Park. Enjoy a day at the zoo with the whole family learning about the animals and endangered species.

The National Botanic Gardens

Re-opened on 8th June 2020

The National Botanic Gardens are a beautiful collection of more than 15,000 plant species and cultivars from a variety of habitats from around the world. Of particular note are their exquisitely restored historic glasshouses. The gardens are located in Glasnevin just 3km from Dublin City Centre.

The GPO Museum

Re-opened on 29th June 2020

The GPO Museum is an immersive, interactive and engaging experience telling the story of the 1916 Easter Rising and Modern Irish History. The experience is one of the newest Dublin Museums and it is one of the top attractions to explore.

National Gallery of Ireland

Re-opened on 22nd June 2020

The National Gallery of Ireland is only a 12-minute walk away from The Morgan. Home to works by artists such as Vermeer, Caravaggio and Jack B. Yeats, it's an ideal day out in Dublin.

National Museum of Ireland

Re-opened on 29th June 2020

The National Museum of Ireland has 3 locations around the city, all easily accessible from The Morgan on foot. Choose from Archaeology, Decorative Arts, History, and Natural History.

Dublin Castle

Re-opened on 29th June 2020

Less than 10 minutes away from The Morgan on foot is Dublin Castle, an incredible site of Irish history. Visit the former seat of the British Government in Ireland, along with the stunning castle and grounds. The site encompasses the Chapel Royal, Chester Beatty Library and The Garda Museum.

St. Patrick's Cathedral

Re-opened on 29th June 2020

St. Patrick's Cathedral is the National Cathedral for the Church of Ireland and is full of history. Be sure to visit it's incredible architecture and the beautiful park beside it, only an 8-minute drive from The Morgan.

The Jameson Distillery

Re-opened on 13th July 2020

The Jameson Distillery located on Bow Street in Smithfield has been the home of Jameson Irish Whisky since 1780. Originally opened as a factory producing Jameson Whiskey, it now stands as a monument celebrating the heritage of the Irish brand.

The Guinness Storehouse

Re-opened on 11th July 2020

The Guinness Storehouse is Dublin's No. 1 tourist attraction. A central part of Dublin's culture, at the storehouse you will be able to explore the incredible history of Ireland's most famous export. The Guinness Storehouse is located at the historic St. James' Gate, only a 10-minute drive from the hotel.

The Book Of Kells

Re-opened on 10th August 2020

The Book of Kells, one of the most famous manuscripts in the world, is a must-see if you're in Dublin. Considered Ireland's greatest cultural treasure, this 9th Century manuscript is located in the library of Trinity College, just a 5-minute walk from The Morgan.

Farmleigh House

Please note this attraction is currently closed

Farmleigh House, located on the grounds of the Phoenix Park, is a stunning 18th Century Manor house steeped in history. Having undergone a major restoration in recent years, it is now home to many visiting dignitaries and the venue for high level Government meetings, as well as public viewing.

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