A few bits to do around Dublin around Easter. This not a paid endorsement I just absolutely love this city and what it has to offer. Loads of the hidden secrets and steeped in history.
Cadburys Easter egg hunt in support of Bernardos Charity
Family Easter egg hunt in aid of Bernardo’s charity.
Friday 14th April 10:30am – 12:30pm & 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Saturday 15th April 10:30am – 12:30pm & 2:00pm – 4:30pm
€20 per family of 4 (with an additional €5 per extra person)
All proceeds on will be given to charity
“Good things happen when you least expect them” Not every weekend needs to be planned to have fun. If you’re up for some spontaneity or seek an adventure that’s straight off the cuff then Dublin Bikes are definitely a good option. Hop on & Hop off anywhere in the city centre as bike stations are located all around the city and the greater Dublin area. Bicycles are ideal for exploring the busy streets and cramped laneways of Dublin, especially on a sunny spring afternoon and all for as little as €5 for a 3 day ticket. For more information check out http://www.dublinbikes.ie/Subscription/The-3-Day-Ticket/3-Day-Ticket-Users
See Dublin by Bike
The Taste of Dublin Tour allows you to visit the Historical sites of Dublin, but by bicycle. The tour lasts approx 3 hours from start – finish for €25 per person (bicycle, helmets, small snacks are provided).
The Easter Rising Tour visits the main sites and locations of the 1916 Easter Rebellion with an account of the events that took place over 100 years ago. The tour will take you around to see landmarks that are symbolic with the Rising such as the GPO, Liberty Hall, Mount St Bridge, Boland’s Mill, St Stephens Green and Dublin Castle. Approx 2 hour tour for €25 per person minimum of 4 people when booking (bicycle, helmets, small snacks are provided)
To make a booking:
Tel: 353-87-695 5976 Email: email@example.com
The Daintree Building, Pleasant’s Place, Camden Street, Dublin
1916 Walking Tour
The Easter Rising from the 24th – 29th of April 1916 was a pivotal moment in Irish Independence. 2016 marked the centenary of this historical event and a huge effort was made by the Irish Government in commemoration of those who fought in a bloody battle against the British Empire that reduced the city to ruins. Although Easter is on the 16th &17th of April this year the 1916 Walking Tour runs throughout the year and will be running over the Easter weekend. Presented by the co – author of the book the Easter Rising Lorcan Collins will bring you to some of the most important historical landmarks across Dublin associated with the lead up and aftermath of the Rebellion. Along the way he gives a detailed account that provides for a unique understanding of an event that helped lay the foundations of an Irish Republic.
€13 per person
To make a booking & more details:
Tel: 0868583847 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Eat Yard Food Market
9-10 South Richmond Street, Dublin 2.
A weekend in Dublin would not be complete without a bite to eat and a pint of the black stuff. The Eat Yard offers a selection of Dublin’s best up & coming, innovative and independent Food & Drink outlets. Inspired by the success of the annual Beatyard and BigGrill festivals the aim of the Eat Yard is to elevate Irish street food and bring a unique casual dining experience to Dublin. Admission is free and you can either reserve a table in advance or just show up on the day. Open Thursday – Sunday Tel: 01-9060218 or Email:email@example.com
Easter is a great time to see Dublin as events are happening all over town. Definitely enough here to keep you busy for the entire Easter weekend.