Temple Bar is one of Dublin's thriving cultural quarter located on the south bank of the glistening River Liffey and offers a welcoming and calming alternative to the hustle and bustle of our busy, city centre.
It is a wonderful area nestled in Dublin City Centre and is home to many Irish cultural and art institutions, attracting people from all corners of the world.
With its outdoor cafe terraces, delicious eateries and pedestrianised streets this historic area is the place to visit for the discerning and adventurous shopper with high quality fashion, footwear, furniture, food and culture.
Home to more than 50 cultural organisations, offering an opportunity to experience contemporary arts in some of the most spectacular and innovative cultural venues in the city, it is easy to see why Temple Bar is such a honey-trap to people who visit Dublin.
Meeting House Square in Temple Bar offers a spectacular open-air performance venue where you are assured to catch a performance, film or family event taking place. You can also avail of such entertainment in one of the many public streets or spaces throughout Temple Bar.