The 6 Best Family Events on Culture Night
If you have yet to attend Culture Night find out why this year may be your first. With 350,000 people set to attend events we feature some events for the whole family on Friday September 18th from 5pm-11pm.
Iarnrod Eireann Building – Connolly Station
Has your child shown a keen interest in all things trains like this little girl Madeline? If the answer is yes then a trip to Connolly Station will give any child with a fascination for all things trains a memorable Culture Night.
Croke Park Stadium – the GAA Museum
Given we are coming to an end of the G.A.A season with the All-Ireland Football Final between Dublin and Kerry taking place on the 20th of September. Why not bring your kids to the home of Irish sport Croke Park to experience the history and let your kids see why the G.A.A has been great for Irish sport and community since 1884.
Royal Irish Academy of Music
Has your child shown an interest in all things music? If yes is the answer or you want your child to learn an instrument then the open night at the Royal Irish Academy of Music is a must for you. With open classes and instruments to try out, your child could get the music bug.
The Book of Kells
Has your child always loved bed time stories? If yes then introduce them to the beautiful Book of Kells. Books play an important part in any child’s life so a trip the the world famous Trinity College Library will surely satisfy their inner book worm.
Has your child shown a creative and artistic side? If so bring your family along to a special evening in Dublin City Council’s municipal arts hub. Enjoy live music, children’s workshops and exhibitions of new work by artists Emma Donaldson and David Lunney.
P.S Leave the car at home and take the bus as there is live music on some routes. Find out everything you need to know about Culture Night here.