Welcome to the Irish Capital of Texas!
Make a day trip from the bigger cities, or stay awhile and do some exploring.
Maybe you’ll even decide to move here and join our community. Whatever you’re looking for, we’re glad to help you find it.
Dublin, Texas is a rural community of almost 3,700 people, located on the rolling grassy plains of North Central Texas.
The economy of Dublin is based primarily in agriculture and Erath County is among the top milk producers in the state.
Dublin, by proclamation of the Texas House of Representatives, is the official
"Irish Capital of Texas."
Museums of Dublin
Major tourist attractions are the community's museums including the Ben Hogan Museum, which tells the story of the child, the golfer, and the club manufacturer; Dublin Historical Museum, with vignettes of how we lived, worked, served and worshipped; and the Dublin Rodeo Heritage Museum, which features the World Championship Rodeo of the 40s and 50s when Gene Autry and Everett Colborn were owners.
Stroll over to Dublin Bottling Works, one of the world's oldest soft drink bottling plants using Imperial Pure Cane Sugar in all their sodas. Find the beautifully restored and old-world feel of a true fountain drink at Old Doc's Soda Shop where you can enjoy your Dublin Bottling Works soda and ice cream treat. The colorful history of Dublin Bottling Works unfolds as you walk through the 1930's era bottling equipment and experience more than 100 years of history and nostalgia by going through the W.P Kloster Museum across the street.