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FREE admission to OPW sites in 2021

Ireland’s most important heritage sites are now FREE for 2021!

Entry charges to all fee-paying OPW heritage sites are being waived to support the domestic tourism industry and encourage people to get out and explore some of Ireland’s most important iconic sites.

A PERSON COULD SPEND A LIFETIME IN THE CAVE AND NEVER SEE THEIR HAND IN FRONT OF THEIR FACE

If you are touring Ireland for more than a couple of days, this initiative will certainly save you money, possibly quite a lot of money!
Kilkenny, Ireland - August 23, 2014: Kilkenny Castle. Historic landmark in the town of Kilkenny in Ireland.

The doors of such iconic attractions as Brú Na Bóinne Visitor Centre, Dublin Castle and Kilkenny Castle will be opened to visitors again, and this time they’re FREE!

Dún Aonghasa to medieval castles in Trim and Kilkenny and stately homes like Castletown House in County Kildare

Not everywhere has reopened yet, of course, and many indoor facilities remain closed due to restrictions. :
Visitors should also note that advance booking will be essential in many cases – with many attractions running at limited capacity or operating pre-booked time slots.

Booking Details

Opening Times:

  • Car Park and toilets at Marble Arch Caves Visitor Centre – 10:00am to 4:00pm (Daily)
  • Marble Arch Café – from Saturday 1st May – 10:00am to 4:00pm (Daily) – Takeaway Only

Experiences:

  • Above ground outdoor experiences will resume from Friday 30 April
  • Guided Cave Tours will resume from Monday 24 May (to be booked in advance)

For information and guidance visit here

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