Things to do in leeson street
Leeson Street is an exclusive area of Dublin city, situated in the close vicinity of St. Stephen’s Green area. The street was earlier known as Suesey Street and got its name ‘Leeson’ in the year 1728 when a family of Leeson’s, branched into property development and afterwards became Earls of Milltown.
This historic Georgian Street of Dublin is divided into two parts by the Grand Canal-Lower Leeson Street (Dublin 2, north of the canal) and Upper Leeson Street (Dublin 4 region, south of the canal). As you explore this street more in your spare moments, you'll find yourself seeing the Dublin city in a whole new light. While you wander around, you may find Dublin’s The Office of the Ombudsman and the prestigious Catholic University School located on the Lower Leeson Street. Stunning architecture, innovative layouts, and well-planned townships make this place a highly sought-after point of tourist interests.
Leeson Street is not only a popular tourist spot for sightseeing, but is also well-known for its vibrant nightlife as it is home to famous nightclubs such as Leggs, Buck’s Townhouse, and Dublin’s most creative nightspot The Sugar Club. Stay at Leeson Street apartments during your short visit to Dublin city and get drenched in the spirit of adventure. Do not forget to carry your camera to freeze those special moments that you’ll encounter while enjoying an exciting outing with friends and family!