Admire the fascinating architecture of the National Cathedral Church of Ireland—St. Patrick’s Cathedral—built in 1191. Stroll the stunning Malahide Castle and Gardens and discover the history it holds. At one of Dublin’s top attractions, the General Post Office Museum, students can explore the scene of the Easter 1916 rebellion against English rule.
Venture to Trinity College, the oldest university in Ireland—founded in 1592—where students can visit the Old Library, including the Book of Kells, famous for lavish and intricate decorations. Discover the coffins at St. Michan’s Church and shake hands with the mummy ready to welcome you!
Take in breathtaking views at the Cliffs of Moher; at 900 feet high, students can look out over the Aran Islands. Roam the medieval streets of Galway—a harbor city featuring traditional pubs that often offer live Irish folk music— and visit St. Nicholas’ Church, founded in 1292, located in the center of the city.
Ireland is simply stunning, with history around every corner. Upon seeing the sights and meeting the locals, students will have stories to tell for years to come.
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