Here at the Glenroyal Hotel in Maynooth, we are often told our rail and bus links are exceptional for getting into the city. The Maynooth Train Station and local bus stops is across the road from the hotel. Here are some great Dublin Attractions you can visit on your day out:
Whether, you're going for a concert or sporting event, Croke Park is ranked as one of the best things to do in Dublin. Some of the highlights include taking a seat in the VIP area, getting a birds-eye view from the media centre, sneaking a peek inside the dressing rooms, and of course, walking in the footsteps of gaelic games legends as you go pitchside through the players’ tunnel!
A must see experience and the perfect fun-filled day out for families, friends, couples and those visiting Dublin. Dublin Zoo is home to some 400 animals in safe environment where education and conservation combine for an exciting and unforgettable experience.
Presenting something for everyone via a very diverse programme of theatrical experiences to meet everyone’s passion and interests including ballets, musicals, family shows, drama, concerts, comedy, orchestral and opera.
Guinness Storehouse Brewery Tour:
Your trip to Ireland is not complete without visiting Dublin's #1 tourist attraction. While in Dublin, you can learn all about Guinness' rich history. As you walk through each floor you will learn what goes into making a perfect pint of Guinness.
The magnificent Book of Kells is the centrepiece of Trinity College's Old Library & Long Room tour, a must see for anyone visiting Dublin
EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum:
EPIC covers the history of the Irish diaspora and emigration to other countries so you can see how the Irish influenced and shaped the world in 20 interactive galleries.. It was voted as "Europe's Leading Tourist Attraction" at the World Travel Awards in 2019.
"The hotel is conveniently located, near the University. The local bus stop for many buses is right across the street and the train station is a 5-minute walk. We were able to go everywhere we needed by bus or train, including into central Ireland or Dublin." - StephenB4665 via Trip Advisor