You asked: What attractions are open in Dublin?

What can you do in Dublin during Covid?

Here are the top seven places you should check out:

  • Visit the Little Museum of Dublin.
  • Dublin Castle.
  • The National Museum of Ireland.
  • See the Book of Kells.
  • Etihad Skyline Tour Croke Park.
  • EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
  • St Patrick’s Cathedral.

Are museums open in Dublin?

The National Museum of Ireland is open to the public at three Museum sites in Dublin and Mayo, in line with the Government’s plan COVID-19 Resilience and Recovery 2021 and the Work Safely Protocol.

What is on in Dublin in September 2021?

What’s on September 2021, click here…

  • Taste of Dublin. Savour the Moment this September at Taste of Dublin 2021! …
  • Liberties Fun Run. …
  • Live at Tallaght Stadium. …
  • RÓISÍN WHITE-These Dark Shapes. …
  • Circus 250: Daring Dames. …
  • The Burial at Thebes. …
  • Popcycle. …
  • Head2Head Walk.

Is Dublin Zoo open during Covid?

We are delighted to announce that following the recent announcement from Taoiseach Micheál Martin, Dublin Zoo will be open to the public from the 26th of April 2021 in a reduced capacity and under strict health and safety protocols. We look forward to welcoming you back to Dublin Zoo! …

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Is Imma open?

IMMA is open to the general public 6 days a week. The museum is closed on Mondays, except Bank Holidays.

Opening Hours.

Day Time
Saturday: 10.00am – 5.30pm*
Sunday: 12noon – 5.30pm*
Bank Holiday Monday: 12noon – 5.30pm*

What heritage sites are open in Ireland?

The full list of sites for which you are strongly advised to book online is here:

  • Battle of the Boyne.
  • Newgrange and Knowth.
  • Castletown House.
  • Cahir Castle.
  • Clonmacnoise.
  • Dublin Castle.
  • Farmleigh House.
  • Ionad Cultúrtha an Phiarsaigh, Conamara – Pearse Cottage Cultural Centre.

Are OPW sites open today?

COVID-19. Please follow the protective measures in place at the OPW Heritage Sites open. Outdoor playgrounds, play areas and parks – All remain open with protective measures in place. Face coverings are recommended in busy or crowded areas.

Whats on in Dublin May 2021?

What’s on May 2021, click here…

  • Bealtaine Festival at Home. …
  • Annual Mother Tongues Festival 2021. …
  • Ireland’s Dark & Haunted History: Virtual Tour. …
  • Christy Moore. …
  • ChamberFest Dublin Closing Concert ‘Re: Form’ – Ensemble Interforma. …
  • Family Quiz Night. …
  • MODOS Programme: Circular Economy Training for SMEs in D8 Taster Session.

What’s on in Dublin August 2021?

What’s on August 2021, click here…

  • Candlelight: The Best of Movie Soundtracks. …
  • Dublin True Crime Tour. …
  • AfroBeats n Brunch. …
  • Neuro Pride Ireland. …
  • Corduff Sports Centre Fun Football 10-12yrs. …
  • Wheelchair Basketball Camp. …
  • Dublin Quays Festival. …
  • MART Annual Awards show Performance 2021.