Things To Do During Midterm Breaks in Dublin
Written by Chloe Regan
During midterm breaks everyone is looking for exciting things to do instead of sitting around watching Netflix!
Here’s a list of things to do in DublinTown this October mid term!
The Savoy on O’Connell street has plenty of new films and is open during the midterm. From family movies such as Toy Story 4 to older movies like The Joker, The Savoy has it all. Tickets cost only €9.00 for a child and €9.50 for a teen – how could you resist!
Or Cineworld at the Parnell Centre is just €9.80 for a child and €10 for a teen!
St. Stephen’s Green is the perfect place to relax and enjoy Dublin. With a beautiful shopping centre right beside the park it’s the perfect place to go on a midterm break.
Located at the top of Grafton Street, it’s hard to miss!
There are so many great shops around Dublin for all ages to pass the time or to get a new wardrobe! Also consider checking out charity shops and donate some clothes you don’t wear anymore this mid-term. Some of my favourites include JD Sports, Penneys, New Look and many more.
Topshop, 6-7 St. Stephen’s Green // Jervis Shopping Centre
Superdrug, Ground Floor, Jervis Shopping Centre
New Look, Ground Floor, Jervis Shopping Centre
JD Sports, Ground Floor, Jervis Shopping Centre
Penneys, Mary Street // O’Connell Street
River Island, Mary Street // 102-103 Grafton Street
OM Diva, 27 Drury Street
Diesel, Henry Street // Jervis Shopping Centre
Bershka, First Floor, Jervis Shopping Centre
Trinity College Dublin
There’s plenty to do in Trinity College during breaks such as exploring the campus, going to the most ancient book in Ireland The Book of Kells, going to the science museum and the best part is most of this is FREE!
If you’re looking for food places there are many around Dublin 1 and 2 such as:
SoMa: Whether you’re looking for a juicy burger or a steak sandwich Soma is the place to be. With a wide range of foods from breakfast to dinner, its perfect.
Opens at 7:30am
Located on O’Connell Street
Wok in Noodle Bar: This Asian cuisine has many different dishes such as curries, noodles and rice dishes. If you’re ready to be blown away with flavour get into the wok in noodle bar
Opens at 11:00am
Located at 45 Stephens Street
Bóbó’s: If you’re a meat fan Bóbó’s is the place for you. With a very authentic style Bóbó’s is a comfy well-kept restaurant. Every type of burger is available from beef to lamb to vegetarian. Has a wide variety of delicious wraps and chips as well. Bóbó’s is a great place to go to have a glass of wine with dinner for cheap prices! And for the kids they have milkshakes and juices. Perfect for family dinners or night outs with your friends.
Opens at 11:00am
Located on Middle Abbey Street // Dame Street // Wexford Street
Gino’s Gelato: While in Dublin Gino’s Gelato is very hard to miss! With one on almost every corner it’s the perfect place to grab a delicious ice cream or a hot crepe. From banoffee deluxe waffles to coconut flavoured ice cream Gino’s have it all! Pop in for a cold or hot treat today!
Opens at 10:00am
Located on Grafton Street // South Great George’s Street // Henry Street // Jervis Shopping Centre
Lemon: If you’re looking for a good cup of coffee look no further as the Lemon is the place for you. With amazing cups of coffee, smoothies and small lunches, and the best crepes (aka pancakes), it’s the perfect place to work in peace or bring a few friends.
Opens weekdays at 7:15 am and 8:45 am on weekends
Located on South William Street and Dawson Street