Wednesday Day Out: Howth | Thursday Day Out: Glasnevin Cemetery | Friday Night Out: Workman’s | Saturday Au Pair Club: Volleyball | Sunday Day Trip: Giant’s Causeway

Wednesday, 25th May

Trip to Howth

Meet at 2pm at the reception at 5 Talbot Street.

Transport price: €6.10 for the train

Come and visit this lovely fishing village only half an hour from Dublin city centre. Have a walk along the seaside path or towards the harbour and maybe enjoy a very fresh fish and chips, breathe in some healthy sea air or go up the hill to get a good view of the coast line and Ireland’s Eye.

Thursday, 26th May

Visit to Glasnevin cemetery & museum

Meet at 2pm at the reception at 5 Talbot Street.

Admission ticket: €8

Glasnevin cemetery is a gorgeous Victorian garden and an impressive Necropolis! This tour is perfect for those interested in exploring the legacies of Ireland’s heroes. The guided tour includes access to the cemetery museum.

Friday, 27th May

Pub night: Workmans

Price: Free in, buy your own drinks

Location: 10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2

Meet there at 9pm or at the school reception at 8:50pm.

Come along to our pub night: meet other students and practise your English while enjoying your Friday night at the Workmans: this pub, located by the Liffey, is spread across two floors, it is usually very busy and has great music!

Saturday 28th May

Au Pair Club: Volleyball at the Iveagh Gardens

1pm to 3pm – Meet at 5, Talbot street

Price: Free and open to all au pairs working in Ireland, not just our students!

Let’s get sporty this time at the Au Pair Club! Meet Anastasia at the reception in Talbot street and head together to the beautiful Iveagh Gardens to play some volleyball!

Sunday 29th May

Day Trip: the Giant’s Causeway

Price: €60

Departure: 06:30am. Meet at 06:20 at Molly Malone Statue, on Suffolk street.

Please note: This trip must be booked in advance. Book at the reception before Thursday lunchtime.

This trip includes a stop at the Dark Hedges, a tour of the Giant’s Causeway, the crossing of the Carrick-a-rede rope bridge, a photostop at Dunluce Castle, and some time in Belfast city.

Click here for full tour details