Visiting Dublin

Dublin is a thriving city with a vibrant landscape of culture just waiting for you to explore it. From film and music to visual art and theatre, the city is teeming with creativity and energy. There is so much to see and do, including arts festivals, museums and galleries, restaurants, markets, beaches, and mountain hikes, not to mention its famed lively nightlife.

Our venues are located across Dublin city centre, suburbs and coastal areas. Please consider the environment when travelling to venues. You can travel on foot between many city centre venues or pick up a Dublin Bike. All venues are well-serviced by our public bus network, our coastal train, the DART,
the Luas tram system as well as the countrywide rail service.

Make a night of it! Enjoy a pre/post show meal or drink in one of Dublin’s best restaurants. Dublin’s culinary scene has changed considerably in recent years, and the Irish capital is now bursting with creative chefs, cafés and restaurants serving tasty Irish fare and highlighting the best of Irish ingredients.

From luxurious hotels to quaint hostels, Dublin’s city centre has accommodation options to fit every visitor’s budget and style.

A modern, buzzing city with a rich past, Dublin has so much to offer. Sample a pint of the black stuff at the Guinness Storehouse, discover Ireland’s literary heroes at the Dublin Writers Museum, or take a short trip outside the city centre to experience Malahide Castle – Dublin has something for every visitor.

There’s a party atmosphere to be discovered all year round in Dublin. No matter the season, the finest in theatre music, film, literature, food, and arts come to life through a host of fantastic festivals dotted around the city’s streets, parks and unique spaces.