The Guinness Storehouse in Dublin is Ireland's top fee-paying tourist attraction, with over 1 million visitors last year.
Dublin Zoo and the Cliffs of Moher come in second and third with more than 900,000 visitors and over 800,000 visitors respectively.
The National Gallery of Ireland has come top of the free attractions, recording almost three quarters of a million visitors last year.
The figures have been released by Fáilte Ireland.
Almost 3.4 million overseas visitors engaged in cultural and historical visits when in Ireland, with 51% of visitors citing a cultural or historical interest as their reason for choosing this country for a holiday according to Fáilte Ireland.