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There are many sides to Dublin and even if you’re visiting for only a few days, you’ll probably see them all. Because of the city’s compact size, prosperity and poverty live side by side, especially around the north inner city. However, most Dubliners take a real pride in their city. With good reason, too, as it has so much to offer, from great shopping to world-class galleries and museums. And, ofcourse, a fantastic pub scene.

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Blarney Woolen Mills

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Blarney Woolen Mills

Famous Irish souvenirs

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The original Blarney Woolen Mills, built in the late 1800s, was originally known as Mahony’s Mills and provided employment to the people of Blarney and surrounding areas. It was a water-powered mill, and it produced tweeds and woollens for the home and export markets.

As business declined the mill was closed in 1973, but was re-opened later as a series of shops around Ireland. This famous Blarney Woolen Mills outpost stands as a testimony to the cultural and economic influence the company has left on its homeland.

If you’re looking for distinctly Irish souvenirs to take back home, Blarney Woolen Mills has everything from pottery to crystal, among many other gifts.

Blarney Woolen Mills
21 Nassau Street, Dublin
Mon. - Sat. 9.30 am - 6 pm Sunday 10 am to 6 pm