Dublin City is divided into different areas by its many bridges, its most famous being the Liffey Ha’Penny Bridge over the River Liffey. North of the Liffey you will find the North Georgian Area, the James Joyce Centre, the Writers Museum, James Joyce Statue, Phoenix Park, the Old Jameson Distillery, the Smithfield area, Blue Coat School, Dublin Bus Head Quarters, The Four Courts, National Museum Collins Barricks Dublin, The Royal Canal, Garden of Remberance near O’Connell Street. The New developed areas such as Marlborough Square, GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium, the International Finance Area, Dublins Convention Centre, The O2 Theatre.
South of the River Liffey there is the Grand Canal Dock area with the Waterways Visitor Centre. The Osar Wilde Memorial on Merrion Square. The National Library and National Gallery, Leinster House and the Huguenot Cemetery, the Mansion House, Iveagh House and Gardens, Patrick Kavanagh Statue on the banks of the Grand Canal. Dublin Castle and Dublins City Hall are located on this side of the Liffey as is Temple Bar just a short distance off Dame Street. Trinity College home to The Book of Kells, Christchurch Palace and St Patrick’s Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol and the Irish Museum of Modern Art and Guinness Brewery.