Welcome To Dublin, Texas
I followed the signs and pulled into this town. It’s small so I was not expecting to see as many attractions as I did. I actually spent quite a bit of time at the library with the Librarian who gave me some good insight into the city. I highly recommend stopping there.
Dublin didn’t get its name until 1860 and the arrival of the railroad in 1881 helped to increase its popularity. The old train station still stands. Not sure if its the original one though. No trains stops there today.
The city is fascinating, so head over and take a look.
Read more about the city’s history…
Quick Dublin, Texas Facts
- Established – 1854
- County – Erath
- Population – 3,553 (2019)
- ZIP Codes – 76446
- Nearest larger city – Forth Worth, Texas (82.5 miles/132.77 kilometers)
International Country With The Same Name As Dublin, Texas
Dublin, Texas shares its name with the city of Dublin in Ireland.
You can find more information about Dublin, Ireland from the Tourism Board at https://www.visitdublin.com/. You may also find some additional information on Dublin below:
Where Is Dublin, Texas
Dublin is on U.S. highways 67 and 377 in southwest Erath County. The town is located southwest of Fort Worth, Texas.
Nearest Airports To Dublin, Texas
- Waco Regional Airport (ACT) – 73 miles/ 117.48 kilometers
- Killeen/Fort Hood Regional Airport/Robe (GRK) – 77 miles/123.92 kilometers
- Abilene Regional Airport (ABI) – 81 miles/130.36 kilometers
- Dallas/Fort Worth Airport (DFW) – 95 miles/152.89 kilometers
- Dallas-Love Field Airport (DAL) – 102 miles/164.15 kilometers
Places To Stay In Dublin, Texas
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce Visitor’s Bureau has a list of places you can stay at https://www.dublintxchamber.com/lodging/. In addition, you may also do a search below:
Places To Eat
There are plenty of places to eat in Dublin; there really is no shortage. You can get a complete list at https://www.ci.dublin.tx.us/visit.
Things To Do In Dublin, Texas
Dublin has a surprising amount of attractions. You can see a list at https://www.dublintxchamber.com/local-attractions/. I’ve also highlighted some of them below. Enjoy the town.
W.M. Wright Historic Park
Dublin Historical Museum
Dublin Bottling Company
Old Dublin Train Station
Family & Community Dublin Texas Dublin Texas Veteran’s Memorial
Ben Hogan Museum
Feel free to explore the downtown area as well. The Tourism Board has a list of things to do at https://www.ci.dublin.tx.us/visit.
Tourism Bureau/Chamber of Commerce Information
You can find out more about what’s going on in Dublin, Texas by visiting the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and Visitor’s Center.