Heritage week starts tomorrow and there are plenty of amazing things to do all over the country. We picked a few events around Dublin that we thought could be fun and worth checking out. Plenty more events can be found on www.heritageweek.ie
Pirates of Portrane
When? 21st of August, 10am -1pm
Where? Tower Bay Cove, Portrane
What? Arrrrrrrr…. treasure hunt
An ultimate interactive journey through two centuries of prison life
When? 22nd +23rd of August, 1pm – 3pm
Where? Kilmantin Hill, Wicklow, Ireland
What? Prison Break, Wicklow style
All About Hurling’ Croke Park Stadium Tour
When? 23rd + 25th Aug 12pm – 1pm
Where? Croke Park
What? Free tour of Croke Park
When? 27th of August, 11am -4pm
Where? Merrion Square
What? A BOUNCY DOLMEN! So sold.
Family Heritage Day Newbridge House and Farm
When? 27th of August, 12.30pm 6pm
Where? Newbridge House and Farm, Donabate
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A great place to go for a walk. Includes a nice little cafe.
If you haven’t already gone this year, you should check out the drive-in Halloween movies on at the grounds of Tattersalls Country House (Near Fairyhouse Racecourse in Meath). It’s been running since the 23rd October and this weekend it finishes with movies like Psycho, The Birds, The Omen & Deliverance. There are also kids movies on during the day and Pretty Woman is on Sunday evening for some reason! It’s only 30-40 minutes drive from Dublin.
It cost 25 euro per car but recommend upgrading to 27 euro for front-row spaces. They have food stalls there but bring your own snacks and a blanket! Also, don’t forget to clean your windscreen before you so and that your radio is working! You tune into a radio station for the audio. Finally, mind your car battery! There is someone every time who leaves on a light or something in the car other than the radio and drains the battery. Don’t worry though, they have guys there to jump start it.
Don’t forget to book your tickets, print them and bring them along!
A year ago today whattododublin.org was created. There haven’t been much posts since the summer, currently looking into what direct we want to go with this project.
Thanks to all the people who visited during the last year and hopefully we will see you back over the next year.
As always, any suggestions, comments and even criticism is welcome.