Dublin might have quite a few premium attractions like the Guinness Storehouse and The Book of Kells but there are just as many opportunities to catch some history, art, science and greenery without having to pay a penny. Plenty of Dublin museums are free to enter and you can wow little ones at the Natural History section of the National Museum of Ireland or with astounding science at The Science Gallery in Trinity College. Art lovers can browse the National Gallery, the Hugh Lane Gallery and the Irish Museum of Modern Art for free. If you want to get out in the open then a stroll around Merrion Square will give you insight into Georgian Dublin and features statues and busts of Irish historical figures including Oscar Wilde. The Phoenix Park is also Europe’s largest urban park and features herds of deer and events that span the whole year for adults and children alike. Finally, the Chester Beatty Library is not only free to enter but is described by Lonely Planet as one of the best museums in Europe. Featuring a vast collections of rare paintings, books and manuscripts this should definitely be on your must-see list for free Dublin.