You can now visit six of Dublin’s cultural highlights with one visitor card – the DoDublin Days Out Card. We have partnered with DoDublin and five of our favourite visitor attractions in Dublin to offer a great ticket price to people who would like to experience the best the city has to offer.
You will save 40% on admission prices and have great flexibility in your visit – you can use the ticket at any time over different days until March 2022.
Buy the DoDublin Days Out Card and you will get one time entry to Christ Church Cathedral, Dublinia, The Little Museum of Dublin, MoLI – The Museum of Literature Ireland, St Patrick’s Cathedral and EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
It is the perfect ticket to discover or rediscover Dublin and a great opportunity to reconnect with family and friends. It also makes a brilliant gift for your culturally curious colleagues, friends or family.
There are no restrictions on your visit to any attraction – it entitles you to the same admission as buying a ticket on their door does. It also supports the Cultural, Tourism and Visitor industries in Dublin which is a great bonus and very much appreciated by us all.
You can buy the ticket on the DoDublin website here.
Find out more about each of the attractions below:
THE LITTLE MUSEUM OF DUBLIN
Dublin’s most popular museum, where everything you see has been donated or loaned by the people of Dublin. The most comprehensive museum chronicling Dublin in the 20th century, including artists and musicians, history, politics, events and much more. The Little Museum is the treasure trove of Dublin!
MOLI – MUSEUM OF LITERATURE IRELAND
Few cities around the world can boast the kind of literary heritage of Dublin. Names like Joyce, Beckett, Yeats, Shaw (to name but a few) are world renowned and their works have been translated into dozens of languages. Well now Dublin has a Literature Museum worthy of showcasing these great names as well as promoting and celebrating the best of our contemporary writers. MoLI opened in 2019 as a result of a partnership between the National Library of Ireland and University College Dublin. The attraction cost over €10 million to develop and includes multi-media exhibitions, audio recordings, films and much more.
St Patrick’s Cathedral is located in the heart of Dublin City and stands proudly as one of the city’s oldest and most loved buildings. The area around the stunning cathedral has been a holy site and a place of spiritual encounter for countless generations. Experience the history, the place in the life of the city, and the tradition of worship at one of the city’s most stunning locations.
EPIC THE IRISH EMIGRATION MUSEUM
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is a celebration of the Irish diaspora who have spread to the four corners of the world and who have had a huge impact wherever they arrived. From political heroes, world famous actors and musicians, entrepreneurs and much more besides. The Museum has enjoyed phenomenal success since it opened its doors in 2016.
Dublinia has been a favourite among Dublin families for several decades. Located within Christ Church Cathedral, in the heart of what was Viking Dublin, Dublinia brings you back in time to experience life in the 900’s when the first Viking settlements established close to the river Liffey.
CHRIST CHURCH CATHEDRAL
Christ Church Cathedral is one of Dublin’s most iconic buildings both for its beauty and for its rich history which dates back to the 11th century. Known around the world for its beauty, stunning architecture, and beautiful floor tiles, Christ Church Cathedral is also home to a 12th Century crypt – one of the oldest and largest in Britain and Ireland. The restored 12th-century crypt is home to the stunning Treasures of Christ Church exhibition.