St Patrick’s Day Events You Don’t Want To Miss In Dublin


If you are living in Dublin, or are planning to head to Dublin this weekend, then there are lots of fun things to do and see this St Patrick’s Day weekend.

A firm favourite is the parade (although be sure to get there early!) but there are also lots of other events you can enjoy.

Most events will not be Dog Friendly, so if you need help with your four legged friend then let us know.

St Patrick’s Day Parade

The St Patrick’s Parade leaves Parnell Square North at 12 noon on 17 March and promises to be a spectacular traditional parade not to be missed.

Huge crowds are expected, so aim to be there for 10am if you want a place at the front. If you arrive later then head towards the end of the parade for a better chance of a good viewing spot.

Greening the City

Where buildings illuminate in green for the Festival, on the 14th March at the following locations:

2019 Greening locations include: 

• Aras an Uachtarain
• 3 Arena (previously 02)
• Arnotts
• Atlas Language School
• Ballsbridge Hotel
• Brown Thomas
• Casino Marino
• Christ Church Cathedral
• Cliff Town House
• Civic Offices
• Collins Barracks
• Diceys
• Diving Bell – Sir John Rogerson’s Quay
• Doorway Gallery
• Dublin Castle Lower Yard
• Dublin Port Centre
• Dublin Port Crane 292
• Dublin Castle Upper Yard
• Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council Town Hall
• Enterprise Trade and Employment
• Entrance To Stephens Green
• Farmleigh – Water Tower
• Four Courts
• Four Seasons
• 1 George’s Quay
• Government Buildings
• Guinness Storehouse
• Intercontinental Dublin
• Irish Architectural Archive
• Irish Georgian Society
• Irish Life
• Iveagh House
• Jervis Shopping Centre
• Johnny Fox’s Pub
• J.W. Sweetman Craft Brewery
• Kilmainham Courthouse
• Kilmainham Gaol – Entrance
• King’s Inns
• Leinster House
• Mansion House
• Marlborough Street Complex
• Morrison Hotel
• National Concert Hall
• National Library
• National Gallery of Ireland
• National Museum of Ireland
• National Museum of Ireland – Country Life
• Natural History Museum
• Olympia
• Phoenix Monument
• PWC
• Rathfarnham Castle
• Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
• Royal Hospital Kilmainham – Clock Tower
• St. Patrick’s Cathedral
• St. Patrick’s Church
• St. Stephen’s Green
• Teeling Whiskey Company
• The Alex
• The Davenport
• The Grand Lodge of Freemasons of Ireland
• The Green
• The Marker
• The Pavilion
• The Shelbourne, Dublin
• The Twelve
• The Uppercross Hotel

Dublin Tasting Trails

A gentle 2.5/3 hour stroll where you visit seven to eight different places, all independently owned, tasting in each place and meeting the purveyors or makers.

Where: Visit www.fabfoodtrails.ie

Cost: €57.50 plus booking fee (€2.50)

Festival Village

An outdoor event of traditional Irish dancing including live traditional Irish music.

Where: Festival Village, Merrion Square East, Dublin 2
Date: 16th March
Time: 12 – 6 pm

 

Harbour 2 Harbour Walk Dublin Bay on St Patrick’s Day 2018

Organised by Aware

Where: Walk from Dun Laoghaire Harbour to Howth Harbour (or vice versa)

The 16 mile/26km route is suitable for most fitness levels.

Book Now >> HERE

City At Play Fun Fairs

From waltzers and bumper cars to old time carousels, there’s something for everyone at the City at Play: Funfair!

Venue: Custom House Quay, D1
Time: 11:00am – 21:00pm
Price: Varied

 

Alltech Craft Brews & Food Fair

Ireland’s largest craft brews gathering returns to the Convention Centre Dublin for St. Patrick’s weekend.

Venue: Convention Centre Dublin, Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1
Time: 16th March12noon – 11pm
Tickets: From €15 – €45

Do You Have An Event That You Are Planning To Go To That We’ve Not Listed? Let Us Know In The Comments Below.

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