GraftonStreet.ie, a Complete Guide to Grafton Street has Launched

www.GraftonStreet.ie is a comprehensive listings site and guide to everything on Grafton Street and in the immediate area surrounding Grafton Street.

The new website has been developed to encourage the consumer back to traditional shopping in the city center and onto the famous Dublin street to help trade. GraftonStreet.ie is also a site for visitors to the city who can learn about the history and attractions in the Grafton Street area and find places to shop, eat or stay.
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Businesses in the Grafton Street area can claim their listing which they can edit and use to promote special offers or coupons. A GraftonStreet.ie app is also being launched which will enable those who have downloaded the app to avail of special offers for businesses listed on the site.

GraftonStreet.ie highlights how Grafton Street offers a shopping experience with a difference. Grafton Street began as a residential street in 1708 but by 1815 most of the properties had been converted to retail units. Today, the street is lined with beautiful historic buildings housing iconic Irish businesses such as Brown Thomas and Weir & Sons, both of which have been trading on Grafton Street since the mid nineteenth century. Grafton Street now has a wide variety of retail stores both Irish and international catering for shoppers searching for either high-end or high street.

GraftonStreet.ie explores the Grafton Street experience with videos and blogs on topics such as street performers, iconic businesses on the street, St. Stephen’s Green and the rich history of the Grafton Street area. An integral part of GraftonStreet.ie is our focus on the
talent and creativity of the many different street performers on Grafton Street, the site features videos of performances and interviews with the acts.GraftonStreet.ie’s blog section will feature blogs written by the performers themselves to give the public the opportunity to get a real insight into the acts.

Grafton Street has become renowned as a launch pad for many musical acts such as Glen Hansard who won an Oscar for his song ‘Falling Slowly’ from the musical and now Broadway show ‘Once’, perhaps GraftonStreet.ie will shine a light of the next big act to come from Dublin’s famous street.

GraftonStreet.ie features regular blog posts and events happening on or around the Grafton Street area, giving visitors to the site information on everything to see and do. The blog section of the site will also have regular updates with the current re-developments that are taking place in the Grafton Street area. Updates and videos will also be posted on the
Grafton Street.ie Facebook page.

From the award winning window displays in Brown Thomas during the Christmas season to relaxing in beautiful St. Stephen’s Green on a sunny afternoon in Dublin, GraftonStreet.ie is a complete guide to everything in the Grafton Street area.

For more information contact admin@graftonstreet.ie or Alan 01-4361821

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About Grafton Street

Grafton Street was named after Henry FitzRoy, The 1st Duke of Grafton, he was the illegitimate son of Charles II of England who owned land in the area and was developed from a country lane by the Dawson family in 1708, after whom the parallel Dawson Street is named.

Grafton Street runs from the top of St. Stephen's Green to (Trinity) College Green.