All you need to know about the St. Patrick’s Day Parade
We’ve got all you need to know about the St. Patrick’s Day Parade this Saturday!
The parade will begin at Parnell Square, Dublin 1 at 12pm this Saturday the 17th of March. The parade will travel down Cavendish Row onto O’Connell St, cross the bridge and onto Westmoreland St. From there, it will travel down College Green and carry on to Dame St and onto Lord Edward St. It will then pass Christchurch, onto Nicholas St. and carry on down Patrick St. The parade will then travel down Kevin St. upper where it will then finish.
The viewing points for the parade are located at different locations throughout the route. Grandstand viewing will be located at Parnell Square North outside Colaiste Mhuire, O’Connell St outside the GPO, Westmoreland St. outside Carrols gifts, KFC and Supermacs, Christchurch Place across from Christchurch Cathedral and Patrick St. outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
Disabled viewing will be located on O’Connell Street upper opposite the Savoy cinema, Westmoreland St. outside Carrols gifts, KFC and Supermacs and on Patrick St. just before St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
There will be television screens located along the parade route for you to see the parade.
There will be a number of crossing points throughout the route. They will be located at the following locations:
- Top of Granby Row beside the Maldron Hotel and Mizzoni
- Parnell Square North outside the Garden of Remembrance
- Parnell St. at the Parnell monument
- O’Connell St. Upper onto Cathal Brugha St. outside Toddy’s Bar
- O’Connell Street onto Cathedral St. outside Burger King just before the Spire
- Abbey Street Middle outside Grand Central and towards Supermacs
- Eden Quay and Bachelors Walk just after the O’Connell monument
- Burgh Quay to Aston Quay at the Heineken building
- Fleet St. outside Chopped and Tracey solicitors
- College Green at Foster Place South
- Angelas St. just before Central Bank and across fromTesco Express
- George’s Street at Spar onto Eustace Street outside Apache Pizza
- Cork Hill at City Hall onto Parliament St.
- Christchurch across from the Bull and Castle and onto Lord Edward St.
- At Millennium Child and onto High Street
- Bride Road across from Patrick St. Pharmacy
- Patrick St at St. Patrick’s Close outside St. Patrick’s Cathedral Choir School
- Kevin St. Upper at Cathedral Lane crossing onto St. Patrick’s Close
- Kevin St. Upper at Little Café
The duration of the parade will be approx. 2 and a half hours.
Traffic restrictions and road closures will be put in place from the 16th March. Click here to see the full list of road closures.
The map of the parade route is as follows:
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