There's a reason Ireland is so green and lush—rain is a constant. Luckily, there's no need to let the inevitable drizzle or downpour keep you from exploring the Emerald Isle's capital. Here are a few ideas to keep you busy when it's wet in Dublin.
Learn about the history of Irish whiskey while sipping a sample at the Irish Whiskey Museum or the Old Jameson Distillery.
See the famous Book of Kells—considered one of the most important objects in the world—on exhibit at the Trinity College Library.
Grab a pint of Ireland's favorite dark brew on a tour of the seven-story Guinness Storehouse.
Jump aboard a hop-on, hop-off bus to tour the city's top attractions from the comfort of a dry seat.
Museum hop through town with the Dublin Pass, which includes entrance to the National Wax Museum, the Glasnevin Museum, the Little Museum of Dublin, and the Dublin Writers Museum.