Céad míle fáilte or a thousand welcomes!
Welcome to the Dublin Visitor Centre, the one stop shop for all things Dublin!
Research your visit to Dublin from the comfort of your home. Or use DublinVisitorCentre.ie to navigate your way around on arrival.
Use My Dublin Map, or decide on which attractions or nature spots to visit. Find your soon-to-be favourite coffee shop or brunch hang out or pick a night venues right up your alley. Choose from our Culture Vulture, Party People or Nature Nuts sections to find your own Dublin.
We categorized our customer preferences to provide a quick and easy way to navigate but yes, we know everyone has individual tastes and preferences – so feel free to navigate all three categories.
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This FAQ section is designed to ensure you find your way around and about Dublin’s capital! Whether you’re using the map to navigate around or looking for tips on things to do, places to eat or night spots to hit during your stay.
The Home Page:
Yes, our home page is a map of Dublin City Centre. We’ve listened to our customers – the map is our most visited page so why make you search for it? Visit DublinVisitorCentre.ie and land on the map immediately.
- Select listings from our Culture Vulture, Party People or Nature Nuts sections. Because there are so many things to do we’ve narrowed the selection to include our team’s and our visitors’ favourites
- Check out our blogs to get a bit more insight on Dublin with top tips on what to do, and when and where to do it!
- Before you visit us meet our friendly team to see who speaks your language or has the information you’re looking for
Search by Interest:
- Culture Vulture
- Party People
- Nature Nuts
5 is the magic number. Each section is subdivided into 5 main categories to make it easy for you find a select range of listings to meet your interests.
If you are looking for something a little more specific, each category features 5 more sub categories.
How to search:
- If you want to find an Activity, Tour or Attraction select that category that best describes your range of interests.Click on the ‘Culture Vultures” tab and select which Category you like, for example ‘Attractions’.
This will list the top 5 key attractions our team and customers have chosen. To get more information click on More Info on your chosen attraction and from there you can read more from related blogs to information on cost and opening times. You can also book online. So, no need to search lots of websites to research your visit to Dublin. Dublinvisitorcentre.ie provides you with a one stop shop!
My Dublin Map
Our homepage is one big interactive Dublin City map powered by Google. We’ve overlaid Google’s Dublin map with Dublin Visitor Centre categories and subheadings based on key interests expressed by Dublin visitors so you can easily navigate your way about.
Get in Touch
At the bottom of each web page you’ll find a number of ways to get in touch. Contact us by phone, email or by social media and one of the Dublin Visitor Centre will be back to you by return. Alternatively, we’d love to meet you face to face at any of our city centre shops. Call in and say hi!
Refunds, cookies and other stuff
The bottom of each web page throughout the site features information on our Cookies policy, T&Cs and disclaimer. Our service promise to all Dublin Visitor Centre is that we work with only the best partners to ensure you get to see and experience the best of Dublin and Ireland.
Visitor Information outside of Dublin:
Arklow Community Tourist Office – +353 0 40232484
Bray Visitor Information Point – +353 0 12867128
Wicklow Tourist Office – +353 0 40469117
Glendalough – +353 0 40445325
Newgrange Visitor Information Point – +353 0 419808000
Trim Visitor Information – +353 0 469437227
Ballyvaughan Visitor Information Point – +353 0 657077464
Ennis Tourist Office – +353 0 656828366
Lisdoonvarna Visitor Information Point – +353 0 861250111
Lissycasey Visitor Information Point – +353 0 656834151
Milltown Malbay Visitor Information Point – +353 0 657085107
Shannon Airport Community Tourist Office – +353 0 61712000
Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau – +44 0 28 9024 6609
Tourist Office – +353 0 567751500
Cork & Kerry
Cork and Kerry Tourism – +353 0 21425 5100
Ballydehob Visitor Information Point – +353 0 2837640
Cork Tourist Office – +353 0 214255100
Mallow Visitor Information Point – +353 0 2242222
Midleton Community Tourist Office – +353 0 214613702
Skibbereen Community Tourist Office – +353 0 2821766
Youghal Community Tourist Office – +353 0 2492447
Ballinskelligs Visitor Information Point +353 0 669474888
Ballybunion Visitor Information Point +353 0 6825555
Caherdaniel Visitor Information Point +353 0 872617522
Dingle Tourist Office +353 0 669151188
Glenbeigh Visitor Information Point +353 0 669769184
Kenmare Tourist Office +353 0 646641233
Kilfinane Visitor Information Point – +353 0 6391748
Killarney Discover Ireland Centre – +353 0 646631633
Sneem Visitor Information Point – +353 0 646675807
Tralee Tourist Office – +353 0 667121288
Waterville Visitor Information Point – +353 66 9478818
Ireland West Tourism – +353 0 91537700
Tourist Information Offices- +353 0 9961263
Clifden Tourist Office – +353 0 9521163
Galway Discover Ireland Centre – +353 0 91537700
Kylemore Visitor Information Point – +353 0 9552001
Loughrea Visitor Information Point – +353 0 91842670
Spiddal Visitor Information Point +353 0 91553666
Askeaton Visitor Information Point – +353 0 876305922
Limerick Tourist Office – +353 0 61317522
Cooley Peninsula Community Tourist Office – +353 0 429373033
Drogheda Community Tourist Office – +353 0 419872843
Wexford Tourist Office – +353 0 539123111
We’re here to help create a great travel experience while you visit Dublin and Ireland.
Email, phone or call into visit us at one of the Dublin Visitor Centre shops to start the journey today!
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