Kick your heels up at an Irish Hooley
Whether you’re in town for the St. Patrick’s Day Festivities, a weekend break or a full summer vacation a Ceili nights in Dublin is a must! Irish music and dance is world famous and you can experience amazing traditional music sessions in many Dublin pubs. But for an all-inclusive and extra special evening’s entertainment, experience the best of Irish culture with dinner and a show, with the Dublin Visitor Centre’s top 3 Ceili Nights.
Located in Georgian Dublin, the 18th century Lansdowne Hotel hosts the wonderful Irish House Party. This world renowned show has toured the globe and is now back in Dublin’s Ballsbridge. Book early for a great 3 course meal followed by one of the most entertaining shows in town. You can book your traditional Irish Ceili evening filled with Craic agus Ceoil (music & fun) at the Dublin Visitor Centre!
Located in the Dublin mountains, Johnny Foxes traditional Irish pub, famous as much for its hospitality as for being the highest pub in Ireland, is located 40 minutes from Dublin City Centre. Staying in Dublin City centre? No problem! Hop on the Johnny Foxes dedicated shuttle bus from the city for only €10 return per person and enjoy one of the most popular and authentic traditional Irish meals and entertainment on the east coast. Get ready for lots of toe tapping fun at this great Irish Hooley in the heart of the Dublin mountains.
Run by traditional Irish musicians The Merry Ploughboy has been staging a fantastic Irish music night for over 25 years. Located just south of Dublin city centre, The Merry Ploughboy is easily accessible by shuttle bus. Head down for a full traditional Irish dinner and show by award winning musicians.
For more information on Ceili nights in Dublin or other great things to do in Dublin our activities section or stop by and say hello to the Dublin Visitor Centre team at the friendliest tourist information office in Dublin.