Revive Renew Hike

Revive Renew Halloween Hike Date : Sunday 31st October Location : Ticknock Time : 9.15am Cost : €17.50 Breakfast & Lunch included The walk takes you to the top of  Ticknock Summit right outside Dublin. …

Hike and Brunch

Join the Hike and Brunch for a Sunrise Hike on one of Ireland’s most beautiful mountain trails, The Ballyhouras followed by breakfast, Join the group in this scenic wonderland at The Ballyhoura hiking trails! Located …

Samhain in Marlay Park

SAMHAIN the annual Haunted Walk spookfest is back in Marlay Park on Saturday October 23rd. About this event The event features shows for people of all ages. Tickets are Free of Charge and each ticket …

The Irish roots of Halloween

Halloween has grown in popularity and is second only to Christmas in popularity. Halloween has ancient roots and was originally called Samhain, a Celtic holiday  celebrating the end of the harvest season and the beginning …

6000 Years of Irish Art and Architecture

On Fri, 15 October 2021 join Architecture at the Edge for a fascinating lecture on art in County Mayo Ireland. Six thousand Years of Irish Art and Architecture features an overview of art from prehistoric …

Free Tour of Dublin

Dublin is a city filled with great architecture that will delight visitors. Unearthed Tours is giving free daily walking tours of Dublin. The tour is 2.5 hours and offers an excellent overview of the sights …

Halloween SpookFest at Fota House and Gardens

Halloween SpookFest at Fota House and Gardens is a great way to celebrate Halloween in one of Ireland’s most beloved gardens. Happy Halloween from Ireland.  Fota House and Gardens is a stunning house and gardens …

Hallowen SpookFest at Slane Castle

Hallowen SpookFest at Slane Castle is a great Halloween festival in one of Ireland’s most renowned castles. A great way to get into the Halloween spirit. Slane Castle is a beautiful estate located 35 minutes …

Ireland Today

James Joyce left Ireland as a young man, but his mind never left his homeland.  He viewed Irish culture with its Victorian mores as stifling to his growth as a creative artist.  Ireland was still …