Finally Time to DO....
It's time to finally Do The Little Museum of Dublin? Want to finally go inside those huge doors of St. Patrick’s Cathedral? Always wondered what exactly is EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, and why it’s been voted Europe’s best museum – twice? Or discover our Viking past at Dublinia, and delve into the underground in Christ Church Cathedral's magnificent crypt. Or visit the newest attraction in the city at the Museum of Literature Ireland!
Discover Dublin’s best attractions with the DoDublin Days Out Bundle Ticket. Available Now on dodublin.ie. The ticket is six great attractions in one - and you have until March 2022 to see it all!
What is the DoDublin Days Out Ticket?
DoDublin have teamed up with six of Dublin's top attractions to bring you the DoDublin Days Out Ticket. The ticket includes a visit to each attraction up until March 31 2022. You can have six great days out in the city, or maybe you want to do it all in one weekend? It's completely up to you.
This great bundle offering gives you a saving of 40% on normal visitor rates, and is available to buy now!
You can visit any attraction first, and can visit the attractions in any order. It is recommended to call or email in advance just to guarantee your preferred time slot.
The attractions include Christ Church Cathedral, Dublinia, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, The Little Museum of Dublin, Museum of Literature Ireland, and Saint Patrick's Cathedral.
How much does the DoDublin Days Out Card cost?
There are Adult, Student, Senior, Family, and Child tickets available.
An adult ticket costs €39, Student and Senior tickets cost €33, Child tickets cost €23, and a family ticket costs €124. That's six super days out in world-leading attractions for just €39 per adult!
What's great about the attractions on the card?
The six attractions on the ticket are some of the most popular cultural attractions in Ireland, and for good reason too!
Saint Patrick's & Christ Church Cathedrals
You'll get to visit amazing architectural gems at Saint Patrick's and Christ Church Cathedrals. At Saint Patrick's, you'll learn . At Christ Church, you can delve deep into the underground in one of the largest crypts in Britain and Ireland - and see the Mummified remains of the Cat and the Rat which were found in the cathedral organ around 1860.
Did you know Dublinia is housed in the historic Synod Hall at the heart of the city? Not only has the beautiful building been home to annual meetings of the Church of Ireland Clergy, but it was also used in the 1916 Rising and was even a hip nightclub in the 1990's! You can even find the remains of the Medieval St Michael's Church in the fabric of the building and climb 96 steps to the top of St Michael's Tower!
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
Discover Why 10 Million People left Ireland, and The Impact They Had on the World at EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Located in the stunning CHQ Building, EPIC has twice been voted Europe’s Leading Tourist Attraction at the annual World Travel Awards. At EPIC, you will get hands on with Irish culture and its past in the fully interactive museum – swipe through video galleries, dance through motion sensor quizzes, listen to remastered audio from 100 years ago and watch videos that bring Irish history to life. At EPIC you’ll discover the far reaching influence of Irish history, and the impact the 10 million Irish men and women who left Ireland had on the world.
Museum of Literature Ireland - MoLI
Dublin and literature go hand in hand, and the written word is close to the heart of many Dubliners who are proud of our literary heritage. MoLI is one of the newest attractions in the city, and is housed at Newman House on St. Stephen's Green. Experience immersive exhibitions, view treasures from the National Library of Ireland, and relax in the quiet gardens and café, tucked in between St. Stephen's Green and Iveagh Gardens.
Little Museum of Dublin
Voted “Dublin's best museum experience” by the Irish Times, the Little Museum of Dublin tells the remarkable history of the city in the 20th Century and is rightfully considered one of the top things to do in Dublin. The museum is housed across three levels in a stunning Georgian Townhouse at St. Stephen’s Green, and is made up of historical objects which were all donated by Dubliners who shared some of their old belongings to the museum.
Where can I buy the DoDublin Days Out Card?
You can buy the DoDublin Days Out Card on the DoDublin site. The ticket is entirely mobile, and all you have to do is present the ticket on arrival at any of the attractions!