Beloved by generations of readers, our sister publication Ireland of the Welcomes is the largest and longest-running Irish interest magazine in the world. This glossy magazine is available by subscription, six times a year.

Produced in Dublin, Ireland of the Welcomes is an award-winning magazine that showcases the best of Ireland's history, scenery, culture, and traditions to the world at large.

Each issue features lavishly-illustrated articles on Irish beauty spots, regular features on Ireland’s extraordinary millennia-spanning history, remarkable literary talent and history, music and dance traditions, as well as folklore, festivals, events, and so much more.

Ireland of the Welcomes content also appears online on IrishCentral, right here. The long-standing passionate Ireland of the Welcomes community also have a vibrant presence on Facebook also.

Each issue of Ireland of the Welcomes is a beautiful Irish mosaic of people, places, and cultural treasures. Ireland of the Welcomes has become a valued friend to many people with Irish ancestry and to legions of fans who are fascinated by the true spirit of Ireland. 

Ireland of the Welcomes celebrates and brings to live that true spirit of the Emerald Isle.

Subscribe to Ireland of the Welcomes now for just $33!

The September / October issue of Ireland of the Welcomes is hot off the presses. Here's what the latest jam-packed issue has instore for subscribers. 

The cover for the Sept / Oct 2020 Ireland of the Welcomes magazine.

The cover for the Sept / Oct 2020 Ireland of the Welcomes magazine.

- Cover story 

The legacy of George Bernard Shaw and the impact his life had on The National Gallery of Ireland 

- Ryan's Daughter

When Hollywood came to Ireland 

- Cycle of Life

Exploring the Wild Atlantic Way 

- Staycations

The best hotel deals in Ireland 

- Photo Essay

Ireland in autumn 

-  Books

The latest releases from Irish authors  

Click here to find out more and subscribe to Ireland of the Welcomes magazine today.

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