St. Patrick's Day
At The Spencer Hotel Dublin
Dublin’s St. Patrick’s Day on the 17th March is still by far the biggest date in the Dublin calendar. This is a day when everybody can be a little bit Irish! This day is now celebrated with plenty of pints of the black stuff not only in Ireland, but all over the world. Dublin is the best place to experience Ireland’s famous National Day, when the whole city goes green and is packed with fantastic events. Watch as the whole city celebrates and turns green for this wonderful celebration.
The Spencer Hotel is ideally located close to the St. Patrick’s Day Festival. The festival and activities run over 5 days from the 16th to the 20th of March. Fivejam-packed days of fun for all ages. We have highlighted below just some of the events that have taken place previously in the city during the 4 day St. Patrick’s Day Festival. Book one of our luxurious and comfortable rooms at The Spencer for your St Patrick’s Day break today.
Event: St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Venue: City Centre, starting at Parnell Square, Dublin 1
Date: 17th of March
Why not spend St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ireland? Although it is an event celebrated throughout the world, there is no better place to celebrate than Dublin. The main event of the festival will, of course, be the St.Patrick’s Day parade which will wind it’s way through the streets of the city. The event is free so make sure to arrive early to get a good viewing spot!
Head to The Nation Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks, Dublin 7, which will be home to a magical day-to-night urban festival for all. Expect fantastic events, scrumptious food, craft village, art and fun adventures. With plenty of events going on over three days, you can guarantee you will find something for everyone.
Times and dates are subject to change.
Presented by Happenings and St. Patrick’s Festival is a wellness event, and will take place on the grounds of The Law Society of Ireland in Dublin 7 on March 18 and 19, while City Funfairs return to Custom House Quay from March 17th to 20th.
Much of the pre-Viking development of Dublin owes its origins to the legacy of St. Patrick. The tour takes in ancient sites including the two great medieval cathedrals of Christ Church and St. Patrick. Dublin historian Pat Liddy will captivate you with the history of St. Patrick and afterwards, you can explore St Patrick’s Cathedral at your own leisure.
It is advised to book in advance to secure a space, you can do so by visiting www.walkingtours.ie or by calling +353 1 832 9406.
Book your St. Patrick’s Day Break at The Spencer Hotel today and be close to all of the main events during the festival. Book directly with the Spencer hotel and save 10% on your break.