12 Outstanding Dublin Venues For Your Event

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From city centre gems to idyllic outdoor spaces, Dublin has a lot of offer when it comes to booking the best venue for your event.

We take a look at some of Dublin’s most impressive venues, and show how they’ve been transformed to give events that extra WOW factor.

1. AirField

Airfield Estate is an idyllic working farm in Dublin, which offers a quirky space that you won’t find anywhere else. Sitting on 38 acres of farmland, the venue boasts stunning gardens and revamped barn – as well as delicious, wholesome in-house catering.

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2. Light House Cinema

Located just off Smithfield Square, the contemporary arthouse cinema is not only perfect for screenings, but it’s large space can cater for exhibitions, launch parties and recitals. Rentals are available on weekdays, and on weekends only in exceptional circumstances.

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3. Royal Hospital Kilmainham

The RHK is one of the most elegant venues in Ireland. Steeped in history, the 330 year old venue can accommodate just about any event. From classy affairs like galas, weddings, luncheons, conferences and political events, to fashion shows and concerts.

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4. Guinness Storehouse

The Guinness Storehouse offers a number of suites and bar spaces to suite any event. Whether it be The Gravity Bar which sits atop the building with fantastic panoramic views of Dublin, or the unique Brewers Dining Hall, Guinness Storehouse can accommodate events for any group size up to 2000 guests.

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5. Convention Centre Dublin

The impressive Convention Centre is the newest addition to Dublin’s skyline and boasts world-class facilities. The state-of-the-art venue is just 15 minutes from Dublin Airport and can cater for everything from business meetings, exhibitions and conferences, to elegant banquets.

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6. The Mansion House

The Mansion House in Dublin City Centre has been welcoming guests for almost 200 years. Located on Dawson Street, Dublin, The Mansion House offers classic elegance with a modern touch. Besides flexible meeting and conference rooms, the centrepiece of the Mansion House is the iconic Round Room. The completely circular room, with a domed ceiling adorned with stars, is a versatile space to suit almost any event.

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7. The Chocolate Factory

The recently renovated Chocolate Factory on King’s Inn Street is a trendy, open space, popular among creatives for its industrial like interior. By day it is a bustling communal workspace for Dublin artists, and by night hosts launch nights, exhibitions, weddings and photoshoots.

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8. Crypt @ Christ Church Cathedral

The spookiest setting on this list so far is the Crypt at Christ Church Cathedral. Dine in the 11th-century medieval crypt buried below the oldest structure in Dublin. The elegant, intimate, cavernous venue can accommodate up to 200 people. Suitable for any time of year, it features underfloor heating and air conditioning. This venue will definitely add the WOW factor to any event.

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9. Science Gallery

Located conveniently on the grounds of Trinity College Dublin, the Science Gallery offers a ultra-modern setting for breakfast briefings, board meetings and seminars, as well as evening gigs and exhibitions. There are several rooms to choose from depending on your needs, from a multimedia theatre to studios and galleries.  There is a cafe on site with catering available and all the mod-cons you could ask for, including laptop and AV rental.

10. RDS

The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) is one of Dublin’s most iconic venues. As well as being the home to the Leinster rugby team, it regularly hosts expos, parties, concerts and other sporting events. The venue has 22,000 square metres of versatile floor space that can be transformed to suit any event, big or small.

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11. Aviva Stadium

The state-of-the-art Aviva Stadium at Lansdowne Road does not only host huge international rugby and football matches, but caters for meetings, conferences and other events. Just a stones’ throw from the city centre, the stadium is easily accessible for all guests.

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12. Croke Park

A Dublin institution, Croke Park is known as the home of GAA, but it has also established itself as one of the best conference centres in the country. The venue boasts 8 suites and over 90 meetings rooms, with astounding surround views of Dublin city and the iconic pitch itself.

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