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What To Buy In Dublin, Ireland

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Dublin is a city that is ideal for travelers who like nature, and those who would like to explore more of the culture and heritage, as well as travelers who simply would like to experience a more tranquil city life that’s unlike any other. Take a look at the talking statues, dine in a lavish restaurant, or take a deep breath at one of those beautiful coasts in Dublin. While you are here, don’t forget to also bring home some unique souvenirs that will make for great mementos of your trip here in Dublin. Unsure of what to buy? No worries. We have compiled a list of things that you can buy in Dublin to ease your vacation planning. Check out below our recommendations on what to buy in Dublin, Ireland.

1. Linen


The linens in Dublin preserve a thick Ireland culture, making them one of the best souvenirs that you can bring home from Dublin. The designs are unlike those you usually find in your local linens. On top of that, most of these are handmade by local experts who are passionate to share their culture through their skills, making them all the more valuable to keep as a memory, regardless of whether you intend to use it or to be kept as a decoration.

Irish Linen House

Address: Unit C Block A, Malt House Square Village, Smithfield, Bow Street, Smithfield, Dublin 7, Ireland

Price Range: 95 - 130 EUR (108 - 148 USD)

Website: Irish Linen House

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2. Chocolates


Chocolate lovers, this is for you! The locals in Dublin love chocolates so much that you will find yourself spoilt for choice, with various chocolate stores in the streets. Enjoy as many chocolates as you like in Coco Bo, or you could also learn how to make your very own salted caramel ganache at Cocoa Atelier. If you are more interested in the drinks instead of the food, Butler makes fantastic hot chocolate that will leave you asking for more!

Butlers Chocolate Café

Address: 24 Wicklow St, Dublin, D02 R981, Ireland

Price Range: 4.25 - 70 EUR (4.80 - 80 USD)

Website: Butlers Chocolate Café

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3. Newbridge Silverware


Newbridge Silverware’s pieces of jewelry are crafted in such a delicate way that they are suitable for all sorts of occasions, regardless of whether you are looking for accessories for casual wear or for a formal event. The brand holds an 80-year experience of designing and crafting and it is well known for creating cutting-edge accessories that are true to the traditional Irish design. When you are in Dublin, feel free to browse through the range of jewelry selections that they offer. Perhaps you’ll find a style that will suit your personal preference.

Newbridge Silverware

Address: The Square, Tallaght, Co. Dublin, Ireland

Price Range: 8.10 - 32.50 EUR (9.20 - 37 USD)

Website: Newbridge Silverware

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4. Connemara Marble's products


Connemara Marble is a family business established in 1946. The business is prominent for its exquisite quality when it comes to crafting marble gifts and souvenirs as most of the creations are carefully designed by professionals, making Connemara Marble’s products unique. If you happen to have the chance to catch sight of some of their products in various jewelry shops in Dublin, don’t forget to also check out their range of rosary beads; they make great accessories too!

My Irish Jeweler

Address: 408, Q House Sandyford Industrial Estate, 76 Furze Rd, Sandyford, Dublin, D18 HH67, Ireland

Price Range: 11.40 - 88 EUR (13 - 100 USD)

Website: My Irish Jeweler

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5. Whiskey


Dublin’s whiskey is one of those liquors that you shouldn’t miss. Ireland has a long history of producing whiskey, since 1400, making them one of the most experienced whiskey brewers around the world. Drop by The Palace Bar, where you will be transported to the 1900s. If you are interested in learning more about the history of whiskey in Dublin, you can also visit the Irish Whiskey Museum, where you will learn how the first batch of Irish whiskey came about and even get to try some of the best local liquors in Dublin.

Irish Whiskey Museum

Address: 119 Grafton Street, Dublin, D02 E620, Ireland

Price Range: 18 - 6,000 EUR (20.50 - 6,833.50 USD)

Website: Irish Whiskey Museum

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6. Aran wool products


When you are in Dublin, Aran Sweater Market is one of the places you need to visit if you intend to grab yourself some functional souvenirs. Aran Sweater Market offers Aran Sweaters in great quality, and it is also the current leading supplier of Authentic Aran Knitwear in Ireland, hence ensuring top quality for all their apparels. This is a great chance for you to purchase original Aran knitwear that you can’t get elsewhere.

Aran Sweater Market

Address: 115 Grafton Street, Dublin 2, Ireland

Price Range: 52.70 - 175 EUR (60 - 200 USD)

Website: Aran Sweater Market

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7. Irish Cheese


It’s a sin to not try Irish cheese when you are here in Dublin, even more so when you are a cheese lover! Cheese is such a well-accepted local favorite that it’s easy for you to grab it anywhere you want in Dublin. Go over to Bull & Castle, where you will find the coziest pub grub in Dublin. Alternatively, you can also try out 37 Dawson Street, recommended especially for those who need to eat their cheese with other foods. In that case, 37 Dawson Street has some meat and cheese platters that will definitely help in satiating that craving for you! Before you leave Dublin, remember to also buy a bottle of Irish cheese just so you can take home the delicious flavors you tasted here. For the best cheese products in Dublin, check out Sheridans Cheesemongers, a rustic shop that sells all kinds of cheeses.

Sheridans Cheesemongers

Address: 11 Anne St S, Dublin 2, D02 TH73, Ireland

Price Range: 3.10 - 55.20 EUR (3.50 - 62.80 USD)

Website: Sheridans Cheesemongers

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8. Bodhrans and Whistles


For music lovers, Bodhrans and Tin Whistle Taster are some of the local Irish instruments that you can purchase as a memento of your trip to Dublin. These instruments are legendary in producing traditional Irish music in a way that’s unlike how other instruments do it. So if you would like to indulge yourself in authentic Irish melodies even when you are back home from Dublin, these two instruments are the must-get instruments.

Irish Musical Instruments - McNeela Instruments

Address: Unit 137, Grange Dr, Baldoyle Industrial Estate, Dublin, D13 X958, Ireland

Price Range: 9.00 - 429 EUR (10.25 - 488.35 USD)

Website: Irish Musical Instruments - McNeela Instruments

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9. Pottery


Dublin is a city that blooms in artistic value and, needless to say, the clay culture in Dublin is also one of the many reasons why travelers visit the city. You can find many delicately made pottery products from places like Danu Ceramics and Brookwood Pottery in Dublin, where they produce unique handmade potteries with local skills that can’t be found elsewhere. If you are one who appreciates the art of pottery, don’t forget to purchase some locally-made pottery products before you leave.

Brookwood Pottery

Address: Santry Central, Unit 10 C, Santry Hall Industrial Estate, Santry, Dublin 9, Santry, Dublin 9, Ireland

Price Range: 12.00 - 69 EUR (13.60 - 78.50 USD)

Website: Brookwood Pottery

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10. Tea

Tea
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You might be aware that enjoying tea in a cozy coffee shop might be a pastime thoroughly enjoyed by the locals. There are also some teas that you will only be able to try in Dublin. When you are in any one of these tea shops, pay close attention to the unique tea menu that they have and you might just be able to purchase the tea-boxes that carry teas with different Dublin flavors.

Wall & Keogh Superior Teas

Address: 45 Richmond St S, Portobello, Dublin 2, D02 XD93, Ireland

Price Range: 4.00 - 9.50 EUR (4.55 - 10.80 USD)

Website: Wall & Keogh Superior Teas

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Preserve your memories of Dublin

Many activities in Dublin are suitable for travelers who are looking for a tranquil vacation experience in Ireland. While you indulge in such activities, it is also important to find opportunities where you can preserve these memories even when you are back home. This can be by buying the ingredients used to make the unique food and drink, such as the cheese and tea, or it can be buying instruments that can play the types of melodies that you hear in Dublin bars or by the roadside. By this, the souvenirs you purchase from Dublin will serve as more than just a decoration but a reminder of all the great memories you made while in Dublin.

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