Enjoy free entry to the fascinating GPO Witness History exhibition with the Dublin pass and learn about the landmark’s role as headquarters who took part in the Easter Rising.
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Dublin Pass grants you free entry into the crypt and the treasures of Christ church exhibition to learn more about the role and history.
Take part in a guided tour with free entry to Aviva stadium and learn about the victories and defeats that have made history on the celebrated turf.
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How much can I save with Dublin Pass?
The Dublin Pass is really worth it if you use it properly. With free entry to over 30 attractions and discounts for entry to a further 20 locations, you really can save a lot of money if you get out and about and make the most of your time there.
How does it work?
You enter how long you'll be in Dublin for and how many tickets you want, the tickets can then be collected, delivered, or activated as a mobile ticket. You can then begin visiting the attractions you want to see, with free entry and great discounts to make the most out of your holiday!
For the History Buff: The GPO Witness History Exhibition
Whether you’re a history buff or just in the mood for a bit of culture, Dublin’s General Post Office played a monumental role in achieving state independence for the Republic. The exhibition shows off the correspondence between the rebels that led to the Easter Rising as well as the personal tales of some the key figures and lesser known members of the group. The exhibition is free with the Dublin Pass, saving you £10, and offers a fascinating insight into the inner-workings of the Irish rebellion.
For the Culture Lover: The Dublin Writers Museum
The museum plays host to some of the rarest pieces of literature in the world, with visitors being able to take a tour through the beautiful Gorham Library, bought to life further by the exquisite Stapleton ceiling. You’ll get a first-hand look at first editions of some of the most important literary works to date.
The museum also contains rare correspondence from Irish literary figures like Oscar Wilde, James Joyce, and Samuel Beckett. With portraits of these writer and more, along with busts available to look at in the Writers Gallery.
The Writers Museum if free for Dublin Pass holders, saving you £7.50 for an adult and £4.50 for a child, plus you’ll get a 10% discount when you spend £20 or more at the museum’s gift shop!
The Dublin Pass allows you to get free entry and discounts on the most popular attractions that Dublin has to offer, from culture to leisure – there’s no better way to explore the city!
Even when you’ve got something like the Dublin Pass, it can be difficult to get the most out of it, whether it’s because you don’t how to use it, or you’re just not sure if it’s useful for your particular holiday. Well, if that’s the case – fear not! Because MyVoucherCodes.co.uk are on hand to tell you the best ways to use your Dublin Pass, whether you’re going away with friends or family.
The Family Holiday
Whether you’re going away for a long weekend or a whole week, knowing how to make the most of your holiday can be difficult – especially when you’ve got the kids on hand as well. So the first thing you want to do is know how many days you want to explore the city. The Dublin Pass offers you the option of a one, two, three, or five-day pass – that means if you’re only going away for three days, you’ll really only want a one or two day pass. The three-day pass is great for a week-long stay, and the five-day pass is more than enough for a two week holiday.
After you’ve decided which day pass you need, the next job is taking advantage of it in the right way. It’s easy to fill the day with lots of activities – but remember that you’ll want to stop to eat and alternate between busy and more relaxed activities. The good news is that the Dublin Pass offers a huge range of things that’ll check all those boxes. With free entry to 25 of the top attractions the city has to offer, you can stroll through the Dublin Castle before taking in a round of golf at the Rainforest Adventure Golf centre.
And if you’re looking for great places to eat, the Dublin Pass offers discounts on special events around the city, meaning you can take in a night of fairy tales with your dinner at the Evening of Food, Folklore, and Fairies with 10% thanks to the Dublin Pass.
The Friends Holiday
Taking a trip with friends means you can really relax and take your time exploring the city – and with the Dublin Pass, you can take it all in with food and drink in hand!
Some of the best attractions the city have to offer revolve around the city’s alcohol industry – with the Dublin Pass getting you free entry into the Guinness Factory and Jameson’s Distillery, saving you around £35 – and if Jameson’s isn’t quite your drink, then you’ll also get free entry to the Teeling’s Whiskey Distillery.
And be sure to take advantage of the great discounts the Dublin Pass offers on a range of food events, with customers being able to get £7 off the Tapas Food Trail and the Irish Food Trail – add that to the massive 25% off you’ll get on the Literary Pub Crawl and that’s a whole weekend sorted!
The best thing is that if you know which attractions are free regardless of having the Dublin Pass, you can save even more money by buying a one-day pass and then visiting the free attractions like the Museum of Modern Art and the National Gallery of Ireland on a different day.
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|01/12/2017||Free Entry to 25 of the Best Attractions in Dublin With the Dublin Pass||*******|
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