Christmas Shopping Guide to Liffey Valley SC

Info

Liffey Valley SC is located just off the N4 Lucan Rd at J2 Liffey Valley. The shopping centre is open seven days a week from 9:30am to 7pm on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays, from 9:30am to 9pm on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays and on Sundays, Liffey Valley opens from 11am until 7pm.

Getting There

By Car

If you’re using the M50, you’ll exit the motorway at J7 Lucan onto the N4 Lucan Rd and from there then, you’ll exit the N4 at J2 Liffey Valley. For motorists travelling from the Sligo/ Galway side via the M4/N4, the shopping centre is easily located shortly after Lucan off the N4 and will be signposted for you.

Car Parking

It’s free of charge to park your car in Liffey Valley SC.

By Bus

A number of different bus companies service Liffey Valley SC including Dublin Bus and Bus Eireann.

The following Dublin Bus routes stop at Liffey Valley SC:

  • 40 – Serves Finglas, Dorset St, City Centre, Inchicore, Ballyfermot Rd
  • 40b – Serves Parnell St, Finglas and Toberburr
  • 76A – Serves Chapelizod, Ballyfermot, Clondalkin and Tallaght
  • 239 – Serves Blanchardstown Centre, Clonsilla and Lucan village

These Dublin Bus services also stop within walking distance of the shopping centre

  • 25/25A/25B/25X – Serve Merrion Sq/ City Centre/ Chapelizod/ Islandbridge/ Lucan/ Dodsboro/ UCD
  • 66/66A/66B/66X – Serve Merrion Sq/ City Centre/ ChapeLIZOD, Lucan, Leixlip, Maynooth, Castletown, UCD Belfield
  • 67 – Serves Merrion Sq, City Centre, Chapelizod, Lucan, Celbridge, Maynooth

For full details of the above routes and their stops see dublinbus.ie.

A number of Bus Eireann services also serve Liffey Valley SC. Route 22 serves Dublin Airport and the city centre as well as towns and villages outside Dublin including Lucan, Maynooth, Mullingar, Rathowen, Edgeworthstown, Longford, Tarmonbarry, Strokestown, Tulsk, Ballinagar, Frenchpark, Ballaghadereen, Charlestown, Swinford, Foxford and Ballina.

Route 115/115A runs a regular service to/ from Liffey Valley SC Mon-Sun. As well as servicing Dublin City, it also stops at Lucan, Maynooth, Kilcock, Summerhill, Enfield, Moyvalley, Clonard, Kinnegad and Mullingar.

Another route that regularly stops at the shopping centre is Route 120 and that serves Dublin City, Lucan, Celbridge, Straffan, Clane, Prosperous, Allenwood, Edenderry, Rhode and Tullamore.

By Rail

For anybody travelling into Connolly Station from Sligo, Belfast, Rosslare Europort, Dundalk, Arklow, Maynooth, Longford, Malahide, Howth or Greystones, you can get the Bus Eireann Route 120 across closeby at Busáras every day of the week.

Shoppers travelling from the likes of Cork, Tralee, Limerick, Waterford, Ballina, Westport, Galway, Kildare or Clonmel into Heuston Station can get to Liffey Valley SC by bus also by using Dublin Bus 25/25a Route which stops at St. John’s Rd West.

Busiest Routes

Traffic is likely to be busy exiting the N4 Lucan Rd both ways at J2 Liffey Valley and delays are to be expected too on the Fonthill Rd and Coldcut Rd close to the shopping centre.