Dublin Visitor CentreCurrently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
- Address: 17 O'Connell Street Lower, Dublin 1, Ireland
- Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +353-18980700
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 00:45 Mins
- Tags: Family And Kids
Dublin Visitor Centre - Review
Wondering where you’ll get all the information related to Dublin? Why, the Dublin Visitor Centre ofcourse! Pop into the Visitor Centre and get all the help and assistance you require to make your Dublin trip a memorable one. Having an extremely friendly and experienced staff, the Dublin Visitor Centre provides information on all things Dublin- from top things to do to top places to visit, from where to stay to what to eat, from ongoing and upcoming events to sightseeing tours, from tickets for tour busses and rail excursions to Irish gifts & souvenirs.
How To reach Dublin Visitor Centre by Public Transport
- Abbey Street Light rail station
- Lower O'Connell Street bus stop
- Clerys bus stop
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Things to Know Before Visiting Dublin Visitor Centre
0.37% of people who visit Dublin include Dublin Visitor Centre in their plan
50% of people start their Dublin Visitor Centre visit around 12 PM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Dublin Visitor Centre
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Dublin Visitor Centre
Dublin Visitor Centre Trips
Dublin Visitor Centre, Dublin Reviews
During first week in Dublin came in needing city tour suggestions. Staff was patient and beyond helpful! We traveled the Red and Blue lines which were a fantastic introduction to the city. Also did the “night” tour (did the 8:00 pm trip but it didn’t become dark until 9:30) and enjoyed the humor, singing and storytelling of the musician! Finally, Lukas P. deserves major Kudos for helping us out!
You can leave your luggage here for a few hours, and walk around Dublin, which is great. You can also rent a bike there, however I didn't try it myself, so can't comment much on that. Yet the staff could be a bit friendlier.
The Grayline Wicklow Tour sold at the Visitor Centre is a real waste of time. They take you to Glendalough at lunch time and you just have one hour and a half to visit the place and have lunch if you don't want to starve. However, the next stop is the tiny village of Avoca, which is literally one street with a shop, a church, a pub and 3 or 4 houses and they tell you to go to the pub to drink beers for one hour. There are plenty of other tour companies in Dublin. Find one with a higher perception of professionalism if you don't want to waste your time and money.
Awesome info point, the staff helped me figuring out the issue I had had with my badge. In 10 min I was able to wait my turn, do my request and then I was set to go. Brilliant guys.
Wasted two of our five mornings in Ireland trying to get on a tour we paid for while they kept spots for unpaid reservations. Staff never told us we needed to do anything but show up when we called in and never said after that we could have done anything differently. Staff had miscounted the tally of people on the bus vs the reservations list while we were standing there and could not figure it out even until the bus departed. Bottom Line: use a different company for your tour booking if you don't want to drive/travel into the center of Dublin for iffy service quality and a significant waste of time on your vacation.