It's a new stadium in Dublin. It's easy to get there by train and bus. It's absolutely nice to visit inside. There are many restaurants near to the stadium.
Things to do near Aviva Stadium for Green Travelers
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- 60.61 mi0.61 mi from Aviva Stadium1 review
This glamorous bar in a swish boutique hotel is thought to be one of Dublin’s finest. Expect a fashionable crowd here who like to drink. It’s all about the cocktails here with a huge selection of spirits on the back bar and a great list of drinks to work from. Their Manhattans are killer so definitely get a round in ...Popular withLuxuryTrendstersNightlife
- 70.46 mi0.46 mi from Aviva Stadium1 review
The theater is the newest arrival on the 'arts scene' in Dublin, having just opened in March 2010. Everyone knows the Abbey Theatre, but if you want to get out and explore someplace new, try catching a performance here. They have an extensive lineup of performers and shows already scheduled.
- 80.67 mi0.67 mi from Aviva Stadium1 review
A lovely 32 acre park, there to be enjoyed, winter and summer. It stretches from Donnybrook to Ballsbridge lying between Clyde Road and Anglesea Road As well as a big duck pond there are acres of field areas where you play frisbee or kick a ball about, lawned areas with pretty flower beds, a rose garden as well as tennis ...
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A fine tribute to the amazing poet Patrick Kavanagh. "Oh stoney grey soil of Monaghan you burgled my bank of youth" Just one of his lines, he spent a lot of time here by the canal reflecting, and now we can do the same.Popular withHistory
- 110.76 mi0.76 mi from Aviva Stadium1 review
Mespil Road. If the weather is fine and you would like to eat outdoors, this is a great place for lunch. The photograph was taken in the depths of winter but there were still many hardy souls eating outside which must say something for the food. lunchtime (11-2) Farmer's market on Thursdays by the canal. http://www.irishvillagemarkets.ie/mespil_road_market.php
- 120.69 mi0.69 mi from Aviva Stadium1 review
I really love the style of this Anglican Church, it's quite unique, and dates from 1824. This Georgian style church has regular services, & is open to public viewings each Wednesday & Thursday lunchtime. The church also hosts concerts, with Sharon Corr & James Vincent McMorrow playing here & Beth Orton due to play here in December.
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A great market just off of Henry Street and O'Connell street. A large number of vendors selling fruit, vegetables, fish, flowers and more. Prices are low, and choice is good. Don't try and pick your own though, tell the vendor what you want and they choose and bag it for you. Worth a look even if you're not buying, to ...Popular withHistoryLocalGreen
- 161.45 mi1.45 mi from Aviva Stadium35 reviews
Highlight of my trip to see the Book of Kells exhibit. If you're a fan of illuminated texts this is incredible! They don't move you out of the room with the actual texts so you can linger and really study the pages they have open. Seeing the famous library was also fascinating although I didn't find the exhibit all that ...Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
- 171.34 mi1.34 mi from Aviva Stadium26 reviews
Absolutely incredible exhibit. Covers more than just the Book of Kellls and also shows videos of artisans recreating the texts. The information about the whole process of creating these books was fascinating.Popular withHistoryDesignLocal
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Amazing archaeology museum with loads of artifacts from the Stone Age to the Vikings to Medieval Ireland. They even have some Egyptian artifacts just for fun. My favorite section was on the Iron Age where they show piles of gold jewelry, tools and even some bog people. It really gives insight into how people lived at that time. Okay, and ...Popular withHistoryLocalFamilies
- 201.41 mi1.41 mi from Aviva Stadium46 reviews
Great people watching and you're almost guaranteed to hear some great street music. I've heard anything from opera singers to salsa bands. It's also a good shopping lane with smaller lanes branching off to great restaurants and more shops.Popular withLocalLuxuryTrendsters