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General view - not specific to Casino Marino.
There are so many Casino's in Dublin that it becomes bothersome. On every block and all largely empty but have someone out front to entice you in. They are all the same - give them a miss.
Great afternoon trip here with teenagers -only takes about an hour to walk around on the very informative guided tour. Guides entertaining with lots historical facts And knowledge of architectural details and secrets . Well worth a visit.
This is probably the last review for a year as we visited Casino on the last day it was open in 2017.... It will be open again in the summer of 2018 and if you are reading this GO GO GO.
This is an architectural,...More
Been meaning to visit the Casino at Marino for almost 30 years and finally made it! Quite outstanding guided tour (I think by Ruth?).
Anyone interested in a perfect architectural fusion of form and function should visit this little gem. So many brilliant facets, the...More
This is a remarkable remnant of eighteenth century Ireland and should be a "must" to experience for all visitors to Dublin. It is described as one of Europe's finest neoclassical temples dedicated to the arts. It has a fascinating history and the guided tours are...More
We dropped in here on a Sunday afternoon and spent an hour and a half thoroughly enjoying the experience. You can amble through the surrounding grounds, study the fascinating exterior of the building and wander around the basement lightwell before stepping back in time by...More
As a native of Dublin, having grown up mere minutes from the Casino, I thought I knew everything about my local area. Two minutes into the tour I had learned a bevy of interesting new things about the history of the area I had lived...More