Little Museum of Dublin
No trip to Dublin is complete without a visit to this award-winning city museum. You will find history, humour and hospitality in the much-loved Little Museum. Experience their famous guided tour, do the Big Little Treasure Hunt or join their daily walking tour of St. Stephen’s Green.
Dublin Bay Cruises
Discover The Irish Sea from the capital’s beautiful coastline with Dublin Bay Cruises. Cruise to Ireland’s eye, Dalkey island, Dun Laoighre or Howth and take in the breath-taking views of each. For locals and tourists alike, this is one of the best boat trips in Ireland and with their new offer of cheese and wine evening cruises, this is certainly one the most relaxing and enjoyable ways to take in Dublin and it’s stunning scenery.
Anne Yeats: The Everyday Fantastic
Delve inside the imagination of artist and designer Anne Yeats (1919–2001) in this free exhibition at the National Gallery of Ireland. This exhibition highlights the creativity, experimentation and process in Yeats’s art practice across a number of decades. As the chief designer for the Abbey Theatre and founding member of both Graphic Studio and Aosdána, Yeats’s important contribution to Irish culture can be explored through dozens of sketches, etchings and paintings in this exhibition.
My Fair Lady- Bord Gais Theatre
The Lincoln Centre Theatre’s critically acclaimed, multi-award-winning production of My Fair Lady comes to the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre. This sumptuous production, featuring over 30 members of cast on stage and a full orchestra, is the first major revival of Lerner & Loewe’s much-loved musical on tour for over 15 years and a truly lovely way to celebrate the theatre scene back in bloom!