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Operating Hours

Operating Hours



Monday - Friday
First Tram 05:33
Last Tram 00:19
Saturday
First Tram 06:33
Last Tram 00:19
Sunday & Bank Holidays
First Tram 07:03
Last Tram 23:19


Monday - Friday
First Tram 06:13
Last Tram 01:00
Saturday
First Tram 06:41
Last Tram 01:00
Sunday & Bank Holidays
First Tram 07:11
Last Tram 00:00


Frequency

Frequency

Monday - Friday
Min Avg Max
05:33-07:00 6 9 14
07:00-10:00 5 14 20
10:00-16:00 12 13 14
16:00-19:00 4 10 16
19:00-00:19 11 13 15
Saturday
Min Avg Max
06:33-10:00 15 15 20
10:00-16:00 14 14 16
16:00-19:00 14 14 14
19:00-00:19 13 15 22
Sunday & Bank Holidays
Min Avg Max
07:03-12:00 12 17 24
12:00-19:00 24 24 24
19:00-23:19 15 19 31
Monday - Friday
Min Avg Max
06:13-07:00 12 18 26
07:00-10:00 3 11 18
10:00-16:00 6 12 14
16:00-19:00 8 12 16
19:00-01:00 6 11 15
Saturday
Min Avg Max
06:41-10:00 15 18 22
10:00-16:00 13 14 15
16:00-19:00 14 14 14
19:00-01:00 7 13 15
Sunday & Bank Holidays
Min Avg Max
07:11-12:00 14 19 34
12:00-19:00 24 24 24
19:00-00:00 12 17 24


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Things To Do

Glasnevin Cemetery

Led by a team of experienced guides, Glasnevin Cemetery tours gives a valuable insight into this unique Victorian burial place and into the final resting place of the men and women who have helped shape Ireland's past and present. Visitors to Glasnevin Cemetery can also climb the iconic O'Connell Tower or explore their interactive museum exhibition.

Address:  Finglas Road, Botanic, Dublin 11. 

Hours:      Open today 10am-6pm.

Phone:    +353 1 882 6550.


Botanic Gardens

The National Botanic Gardens of Ireland are an oasis of calm and beauty, and entry is free. A guided tour of the gardens takes you from the historic establishment of the Victorian Gardens, through the famous architectural beauty of the glasshouses, to plant habitats of every kind.

Address:  National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9.

Hours:      Mon-Fri 9am-4:30pm, Sat & Sun 10am-6pm.

Phone:    +353 1 804 0300


Mount Bernard Park

The park was purchased by Dublin City Council in 1983 from the Dominican Nuns and it extends 1.8468 hectares.  

Address:  Mount Bernard Park, Connaught Street, Dublin 7.

Phone:     01 8373290

 


Royal Canal Way

The Royal Canal Way, completed in 1817, is a popular tourist attraction for those who enjoy walking or cycling.

For more information see www.irishtrails.ie






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