There is lot to do and see in Smithfield neighbourhood that can help you relive the special moments in the Irish History. The area is home to many popular spots that draws the attention of visitors to the city of Dublin. The popular landmarks in the area includes cobblestone streets, pubs, art galleries and architectural splendours, that will make your tour to this neighbourhood an enriching experience.
The Old Jameson Distillery
Situate d in Smithfield Square, the Old Jameson Distillery that was first set-up in the year 1780 by John Jameson is now a household name in Dublin, and has enjoyed the popularity for nearly 200 years. You can discover the story behind the Jameson Irish whiskey that has a unique and iconic taste with the specialized guided tours. The guided tour will take you through the production process and the secret behind how the three ingredients i.e., yeast, water and barley transformed into a smooth golden spirit! The distillery was opened for visitors in 1997, and is now a buzzing hub of activities that attracts huge number of visitors from all over the world. It’s a must-visit attraction if you are in Dublin!
Light House Cinema
A popular and professional art house cinema, which is dedicated to programming the best Irish and International films. Spread across 4 screens, the theatre has 614 seats. It offers an amazing film schedule that feature short films, classics, animated and foreign language movies. Light House Cinema also serves as one of the most significant venues, playing host to prestigious film screenings of the Dublin International Film Festival (DIFF). Visit this cinema, not just to watch a movie, but to get a distinct experience!
Story of the Irish
Interested in knowing Ireland’s 10,000-year-old heritage and culture? The live theatrical exhibition that features melodramatic performances, digital multimedia and special effects, where actors play the role of historical characters. These charterers take their audience in a journey through the exhibition, showcasing the story of first settlers in 8,000 BC up to the present day. It’s the newest cultural tourist attraction in Smithfield and is already a hit amongst the locals and tourists.