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See The Best Of Dublin With Brand New Attraction Card From DoDublin

Fionnuala .Jones
Fionnuala .Jones

10:21 22 Jun 2021

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Dublin is reopening

With lockdown lifting, it's time to see the best that Dublin has to offer.

With DoDublin's new attraction card, you'll be able to see some of the capital's biggest attractions at a fraction of the cost.

Saint Patrick's Cathedral


The ‘Days Out Card’ will save visitors a massive 40% off in comparison to buying a ticket for each attraction individually.

The six family-friendly cultural attractions included in the card are:

  • EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum
  • Little Museum of Dublin
  • Christ Church Cathedral
  • MoLI - Museum of Literature Ireland
  • Dublinia
  • Saint Patrick’s Cathedral

If you've been meaning to tick off any of these Dublin institutions from your bucket list, now's your chance!

John Greene, Commercial Executive, DoDublin, commented on the launch of the DoDublin card, ”DoDublin are delighted to partner with six of the city’s top cultural attractions to bring this great value ticket to the Irish domestic audience.

"DoDublin has always been innovative in supporting local tourist attractions, and for almost 35 years, have brought visitors to the doors of Dublin's top attractions.

"We are encouraging Irish people to support local businesses and experience some of the culture nestled in Dublin’s top attractions.’’

He continued: ’’Bringing six of our world-class attractions together, this card is fantastic value and enables you to be a tourist in your own city.’’

The DoDublin Days Out Card can be redeemed once at each of the six attractions from the date of purchase until March 31st 2022.

An Adult Card costs €39, while a Family Card (2+2) will set you back €124.

A Senior/Student Card costs €33, while an individual Child Card costs €23.

Get your Days Out Card from today!

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