Dating back to 1198, The Brazen Head is one of the oldest pubs in the world and the oldest pub in Ireland.
The Brazen Head was an original coach house, with the structure dating back to 1198.
HOW DID THE BRAZEN HEAD GET ITS NAME?
The building was once used as a brothel and during the Siege of Limerick, a cannon ball was fired; removing the head of a well-known red-haired woman of disrepute.
When the pub was remodeled and restructured in 1794, the tavern was reopened and named in her honour.
A short walk from the Guinness Storehouse, The Brazen Head is located just off from the River Liffey.
Address: 20 Bridge Street Lower, Dublin 8