What's on in Dublin - Explore Festivals and Events

Silent City

FREE


National Gallery of Ireland
Sat 13th Apr - Sun 21st Jul
National Bike Week 2024

FREE


Dublin
Sat 11th May - Sun 19th May
Dublin Dance Festival

€10.00 - €35.00


Dublin
Tue 14th May - Sat 25th May
Glasnevin Indoor Market

FREE


Glasnevin
Sun 19th May
Blackrock Sunday Market

FREE


Blackrock Market
Sun 19th May
People's Park Food & Farmers' Market

FREE


People's Park
Sun 19th May
Herbert Park Food Market

FREE


Herbert Park
Sun 19th May
Chester Beatty Tour

FREE


Chester Beatty Library
Sun 19th May

Things to Do in Dublin. Some ideas what to visit.

Glenview Hotel

Nestled in the serene landscape of County Wicklow, known as the Garden of Ireland, Glenview Hotel offers a perfect escape for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty.

Lark Concert Hall

It is more than a concert hall or theatre – The Lark is the jewel in the crown of The Irish Institute of Music’s vision to create a self-sufficient, purpose built music campus, encompassing a music school, café, bar & restaurant, guest house and 400 seat music venue.

Casino Model Railway Museum

All aboard! Why not experience what it is like to drive a life-sized Iarnród Éireann train at the Casino Model Railway Museum in Malahide. A Children’s Interpretative Centre that brings children’s natural curiosity on a immersive and exciting rail journey.

Conrad Hotel

Stylish 5 star hotel in the heart of Dublin city on the doorsteps of Stephens Green, close to the chic Grafton street shopping district.

Dublin City University

Dublin City University (DCU) is a renowned institution of higher education situated in the vibrant and culturally rich city of Dublin, Ireland. Established in 1980, DCU has consistently been at the forefront of innovation, research, and academic excellence, earning a well-deserved reputation as one of Ireland's premier universities.

Docklands

Dublin, the capital city of Ireland, is renowned for its rich history, cultural heritage, and warm hospitality. However, nestled along the River Liffey lies a modern marvel that showcases the city's rapid transformation and economic growth over the years—the Dublin Docklands.

The Complex Gallery & Studios

Dublin, a city known for its rich cultural heritage and vibrant arts scene, is home to numerous creative spaces that inspire and nurture artistic expression.

Richmond Barracks

Richmond Barracks, located in the heart of Dublin, stands as a remarkable testament to Ireland's rich history and its struggle for independence.