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Destination guide

Enjoy the great outdoors in Dublin

It's not just in the name. Dublin is Irish-obsessed and, throughout the year, you'll find everything from the colorful Saint Patrick's Day parade to the famous Dublin Irish Festival, the biggest Irish festival outside the old country. There's more to Dublin than its Irish heritage though. When you stay in a Dublin vacation rental, you'll have the allure of outdoor adventure and a wealth of fascinating attractions to discover. It's particularly popular in the winter months, when the dozen-or-so lifts take eager thrill-seekers up to the summit to ski down more than 144 acres of piste.

Things to do

Attractions for all the family

If all the outdoor activities sound like hard work, fear not. It can't be said that Dublin lacks attractions. In the hot summer days, the kids (or young at heart) can race down the water rides at Zoombezi Bay. If you visit the 200-seat Abbey Theater, you may be able to score a ticket for one of its year-round productions. Motor heads should make straight for the Honda Heritage Center, which exhibits many of its products from the last half-century. Be sure to swing by Ohio Village, a reproduction town that depicts life in the state during the Civil War.


Get your kicks in Dublin

When you stay in a Dublin vacation rental, you won't be short of things to do. If you're bringing the kids, they'll love whizzing down through the treetops on zip lines before tackling the aerial courses of walkways, swings and nets. For something a little more peaceful, you can hire a kayak or canoe to navigate downstream along Ohio's Scioto River. Alternatively, you could pack up a picnic and head to the Indian Run Falls Park, just minutes away from Dublin, where you can hike the trails and settle in for lunch by one of the many tumbling cascades.


Weather like the old country

Dublin's passion for Ireland even extends to its weather, which is suitably fickle. One moment you might be basking in sunshine, the next the heavens open. Outside of the rainy spring and early summer, the best time to travel is perhaps in fall, when the famous Ohio foliage bursts into color. It's one of the most popular times to visit, so be sure to book up your Dublin vacation rental early. The winter months often drop below freezing and the state sees plenty of snow, but this just turns it into a playground for adventure sports.

Natural features

See the world's wildlife, all in one place

Wildlife lovers don't need to travel the globe to discover Earth's many species. At the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, you can have close encounters with more than 10,000 creatures. At their Heart of Africa exhibit, you can see everything from majestic lions, towering giraffes and cheeky monkeys to galloping gazelles. Alternatively, you can cool down at the Polar Frontier while you watch polar bears with their cubs catching trout in their enormous pool. Before you leave, be sure to go 'down under' to see the hopping kangaroos or take a boat trip through the Southeast Asian exhibit.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Dublin

The nearest airport is in Columbus, OH (CMH-John Glenn Columbus Intl.), located 15.6 mi (25.1 km) from the city center.

How many vacation rentals are available around Dublin?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 374 vacation rentals around Dublin. From 194 house rentals to 160 condo and apartment rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.