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Are you looking for something to do, but don’t really want to spend money? Well we have some great options for you!

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Corkagh Park
Why not visit Corkagh Park and visit its petting farm, playground and fairy trail? Enjoy a picnic on the beautiful grounds.

RUA RED Arts Centre
Feel free to visit the RUA RED Arts Centre in Tallaght and enjoy theatre, music, literature, visual art and much more.

Massey and Hellfire Walk
You can enjoy a beautiful scenic walk through Massey’s Estate and then walk up to the Hellfire Club and enjoy a nice picnic.

St Enda’s Museum
Visit St Enda’s (Pearce) Museum to see 50 acres of beautiful parkland and learn about the extensive history behind it.

Village Heritage Walk
Dublin — a city of villages, full of character and characters! The poets, the artists, the dreamers, the fashionistas, the foodies, the storytellers and the true-blues, they have all carved out little havens, villages within the patchwork of the city. Find out more about their stories in the Villages of Dublin’s Outdoors.

Liffey Walk
The lungs of the city and a defining symbol of Dublin — enjoy the Liffey like you’ve never seen it! The valley of the River Liffey is a hidden secret and a tranquil beauty spot on the city’s edge. You can explore the Liffey on water or on foot. To find out more see here.

Dodder Walk
Enjoy a peaceful walk in a beautiful setting alongside the River Dodder. There are various options available depending on where you are based. See more here about the Dodder Walk.

Dublin's Outdoors

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