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How to get to Malahide Castle

Published 6th June 2019Read Time 3 min

Malahide Castle will host a number of concerts this June. We've put together details on how to get there and other useful information to help you plan your journey. Malahide Castle.


Friday 7th June:  Snow Patrol. Gates, 5pm Saturday 8th June: The Cure. Gates, 4pm Friday 14th June:  Mumford & Sons. Gates, 5pm Saturday 15th June: Mumford & Sons.Gates, 4pm Sunday 16th June: Noel Gallagher & The High Flying Birds. Gates, 4pm Friday 21st June: George Ezra. Gates: 5pm Saturday 22nd June: Lana Del Rey. Gates, 4pm Pedestrians will only be permitted onto the grounds of Malahide Castle via Hogan’s Gate (near the Dart Station). Patrons are advised that they must plan and book return travel arrangements in advance and are strongly advised to use public transport where possible.


Dublin Bus 32, 42 and 102 service Malahide. A direct bus service will operate to George’s Quay following the concert from the Dublin Rd and patrons are advised to pre-book.


The closest Dart stop to the concert venue is Malahide Train Station. City centre Dart locations include Grand Canal Dock, Pearse, Tara Street and Connolly Station. The concert entrance is approx. a 15-minute walk from the Malahide station. You can find more information including times and fares on the Irish Rail website here.


Parking at the venue is extremely limited and patrons are strongly advised to use public transport. Car parks open one hour before gates open and vehicles will only be permitted through the back road entrance. Allow plenty of time for your journey. Long delays are expected. If travelling via the M50, from Dublin city centre, west and south the following route is recommended: Exit the M50 at the M1/M50 Interchange and continue to Clarehall Rd (R139). At the roundabout, take the second exit and then turn onto Malahide Rd (R107). Continue straight for 4.2km and take a right onto Back Rd. Follow signs for car parks which will be on your left. Those travelling on the M1 or coming from the north of Ireland: Exit M1 at J4 Donabate. Keep right and merge onto the R132. At the roundabout, take the second exit and stay on the R132 and at the next roundabout take the second exit before merging onto the Swords Rd (R106). Continue for approx. 3km and then turn right onto the Dublin Rd (R107) for 700m and turn left onto Back Rd. Follow signs for car parks which will be on your left. Stay up to date with the latest traffic and travel information with AA Roadwatch.

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