Wednesday: St Patrick’s Cathedral | Saturday: Au Pair Club Café | Sunday: Celtic Boyne Valley

Wednesday, 22nd January

St Patrick’s Cathedral

Meet at 2pm at the school reception.

Price:€7 with Student ID

This is a really important historical, religious and architectural site in Dublin: named after the patron saint who brought Christianity to Ireland. St Patrick’s Cathedral was founded in 1191 and it is the largest church in Ireland and one of Dublin’s two Church of Ireland cathedrals. The writer and satirist Jonathan Swift, author of Gulliver’s Travels, was Dean of the cathedral from 1713 to 1745. His grave and epitaph can be seen in the cathedral, along with those of his friend Stella.

Saturday, 25th January

Au Pair Club : Café


From 1pm to 3pm at 23, Marlborough Street, Dublin 1.

Many new Au Pairs to meet, delicious treats and a lot of fun. Don’t miss out to meet other au pairs and spend a lovely afternoon. Not joined the Au Pair Club Whatsapp group yet? You can do so by clicking on this link

Sunday, 26th January

Celtic Boyne Valley

Price: €35

Meet at 7:50am at Molly Malone’s Statue on Suffolk Street. Bus leaves at 8:00am.

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

Don’t miss out on a fantastic tour of The Celtic Boyne Valley. Main highlights of this tour are Loughcrew Passage Tomb Trim Castle, Hill of Tara, The Hill Of Uisneach.

Find full tour details here

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