DoDublin Days Out: Information
Please find below important information regarding the DoDublin Days Out Card It's yours to discover six great attractions throughout Dublin until December 2023. So whether you want to enjoy family days out, or reconnect with friends in the city, there's never been a better time to be a hometown tourist.
You can use the DoDublin Days Out any way you want to - whether you want to enjoy six great days out in the city, or maybe you want to do it all in one weekend, the choice is yours.
We do ask you to get in touch with each attraction prior to visiting - this will help ensure to guarantee your preferred date and time. Details for getting in touch with the attractions are below.
Christ Church Cathedral
How to Redeem:
Christ Church Cathedral requires visitors to pre-book a date and time to visit, this can be done by emailing email@example.com.
Getting to Christ Church Cathedral:
Christ Church Cathedral's ‘Find Us’ page contains all the information on the best way of reaching Christ Church.
How to Redeem:
Please check the Dublinia website for the most up to date information on opening days and times relative to changing public health guidelines and the time of year of your visit.
To book your visit to Dublinia using your Do Dublin Days Out ticket please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Getting to Dublinia:
Dublinia is located at Christ Church, the crossroads of St. Michael’s Hill, Patrick Street, and High Street, in Dublin City Centre. Dublinia is connected to Christ Church Cathedral by a Neo-Gothic archway.
Parking at Dublinia: The nearest car park is Q-Park Christ Church on Werburgh Street, behind Jury’s Hotel.
By Luas: By Luas, red line to the Four Courts, 7 minute walk to Dublinia.
By Bus: By bus, numbers 49, 49A, 54A, and 123.
By Train: 15 minute walk from Heuston Station and Tara St Station.
Wheelchair Accessibility: Dublinia is wheelchair accessible with lift access to each level. Carers with the correct ID are free of charge. Unfortunately, there is no lift access to St Michaels’ Tower.
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Opening Hours: 10.00 AM – 6.45 PM / Last entry is 5.00 PM / Open 7 days a week
How to Redeem:
There is no need to make a booking for EPIC but please do make sure to bring your DoDublin ticket with you for entry. You can simply arrive at our ticket desk and you will be allocated to the next available time slot via our priority queue, Alternatively you can reserve your preferred date and time slot with our reservations team by emailing email@example.com or calling 01 9060861.
Getting to EPIC:
EPIC is located in The chq Building in Dublin’s Docklands, a 10 minute walk east from O’Connell Street Bridge. It is served by all major public transport links (Dublin Bus, Luas red line, DART, Irish Rail, Swords Bus). If travelling by car, the nearest public car park is Park Rite IFSC on Commons Street, who offer a special rate of 4 hours of parking for €8 for EPIC customers that can be booked in advance on their website. For more detailed information on where we are located, visit our Location page on our website
Saint Patrick's Cathedral
Saint Patrick’s Cathedral is operating at reduced capacity in keeping with governmental guidelines. We ask that you pre-book a time slot by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
To learn more about guided tour times, get the link for the Cathedral's audio tour, learn about special programmes and events, and download the family activity pack - check out Saint. Patrick's Cathedral's website.
Getting to Saint Patrick's Cathedral
The Cathedral is located at the junction of Patrick Street and Upper Kevin Street. It is easily accessible by foot from the city centre. Entry to the Cathedral is through the southwest porch, located on Saint Patrick's Close.
MoLI - The Museum of Literature of Ireland
Pre-booking is required for MoLI to guarantee your preferred time slot and date.
- Address; UCD Naughton Joyce Centre, 86 St Stephen's Green, Saint Kevin's, Dublin, D02 XY43
- Contact; (01) 477 9811
- To Redeem;
The Little Museum of Dublin
Address; 15 St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2.
The museum is open from 10am until 5pm, seven days a week.
The ticket holder is entitled to attend any of the following experiences during the visit:
Little Museum visit: hourly between 10am and 5pm (last admission 4pm)
The Big Little Treasure Hunt: 10am to 5pm daily (last admission 4pm)
The Writers of Dublin Tour of St Stephen's Green: 11.30am daily
The Green Mile Tour of St Stephen's Green: 2pm daily
Please note that unused elements of the visit can not be transferred to a later date. Any future date attendance will require a new ticket.
Ticket holders can arrange a visit to the Little Museum of Dublin a number of ways:
1) To guarantee a booking for prefered date and time - ticket holders can reserve a time on littlemuseum.ie using the code "DoLittleMuseum" at the checkout. You do not need a credit card to complete this process. Then you will simply need to present your DoDublin Days Out Card at reception on arrival.
2) Call us on 01 661 1000 or email email@example.com to confirm the date and time when you plan to visit.
3) Walk up & arrange your visit at the Little Museum reception. Our team will welcome you and do everything that they reasonably can to accommodate your visit promptly on your arrival.