Heritage Week 2015 | 10 things to do | Dublin | Aug 22 – 30
Posted on August 20, 2015
We’re breaking tradition this week: instead of the usual top 5 weekend events, we’re choosing 10 things to do during the Heritage Week 2015. This is our biggest cultural event boasting a selection of must-do events all across Ireland.
Did you know that Heritage Week is part of the European Heritage Days celebrated in over 40 countries in Europe?
Dublin offers a jaw-dropping 321 events! This list only scratches the surface, there’s so much more to discover, I invite you to check out the official website of Heritage Week 2015 for more information on the myriad of events this coming week!
This post is closing this summer’s weekly events so, here we go for one last time!
We have “>10% off on all tickets! Be you young or young at heart, enjoy the discounts and bring all the family!
The National Gallery of Ireland invites visitors to take a lovely Family Tour highlighting the most important works of art in the Museum. Listen to Talks about Caravaggio and his followers and participate in the Gallery Tour, the Art Film Screening and more!
Do the Silk Bookworms Workshop in the Library next to Dublin Castle! The books are absolutely worth checking out while in Dublin. Among many other activities, bring your little ones and do the Chinese Paper-cutting Workshop!
Take a free costumed guided tour in the museum one of these mornings! You won’t be disappointed!
The Free Guided Tours are an interesting program for visitors of all ages and backgrounds!
No matter if you have or you haven’t, you can enjoy 2 for 1 admission during Heritage Week!
The exhibition in Saint Stephen’s Green gives an insight into Irish history and Dublin’s culture! Don’t miss out!
Well, you’ve done that a million times, right? How about taking an IHTA walking tour and adding a little life to your everyday walks in Dublin? Book now and enjoy!
I’m hoping that you can find the cultural event of your dreams during the Heritage Week 2015! I know I’m going to a couple of them!
Which one did you enjoy the most?
Did you find other cool activities?
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Article written by Dorottya Kiss, our Hungarian-born marketing intern currently on a work placement from her French university. She’s a big fan of Dublin and of everything Irish!