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Greening the City for St. Patricks Festival

Dublin City is going green for St. Patrick’s Day!

To celebrate St. Patrick’s Festival, iconic buildings around the city are lighting up Green! From Friday the 16th of March at 5pm, the buildings listed below will illuminate themselves green to mark the National holiday. Take a stroll through the city at night to see these beautiful buidlings glow in all their glory!

Buildings going green:

3 Arena
52 St. Stephens Green
AIB, O’Connell Street
Aras an Uachtarain
BallsBridge Hotel
Brown Thomas
Casino Marino
Christchurch Cathedral
City Hall
Civic Offices & International Relations Office
Cliff Town House
Collins Barracks
Custom House
Dublin Castle Lower Yard
Dublin Castle Upper Yard
Dublin Port (The Diving Board, The Crane, The Port Building)
Enterprise Trade & Employment
Entrance To Stephens Green – Shelbourne Hotel Side
Farmleigh – Water Tower
Four Courts
Government Buildings
Iveagh House
Kilmainham Courthouse
Kilmainham Gaol – Entrance
Leinster House
Mansion House
Marlbourgh Street Complex
Morrison Hotel
National Concert Hall (NCH)
National Gallery of Ireland
National Library – Kildare Street
National Museum – Kildare Street
Natural History Museum
Phoenix Monument
Rathfarnham Castle
Royal Hospital Kilmainham (RHK) – Clock Tower
St. Patrick’s Cathedral
Teeling’s Whiskey Distillery
The Church
The Convention Centre
The Marker Hotel
The Wright Group
Trinity College Dublin

For more info on St. Patricks festival, visit their website.