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Things to do in Dublin for €20 (or less)

Cheap and fun days out in the City!


Just because you’re broke doesn’t mean you can’t have fun, especially in the capital. There are plenty of places to go and things to see in Dublin for people on a small budget.

After much debate in the office, here is our list of things to do in Dublin for €20.00 or less…

1 National Wax Museum

National Wax Museum
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The National Wax Museum Plus is an attraction based in the city centre, located seconds from O’Connell Bridge on Westmoreland St. (directions here). It contains wax figures from throughout history, a science and discovery section, a chamber of horrors for those daring enough, time vaults, music, entertainment and even a children’s section!

You purchase tickets online (here) student and teenage tickets are only €12.17, which is well within the €20.00 budget.

2 Science Gallery Dublin

Science Gallery Dublin
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Located in Trinity College Dublin (directions here) the Science Gallery Dublin boasts weird and wonderful exhibitions regularly, as well as having an amazing cafe and shop which is open daily from 12:00 to 18:00. They change their exhibitions throughout the year, so there’s always something new to see every few months. It’s a brilliant day out.

The best part about this wonderful science experience is that entry into the gallery is free! (Although we would recommend giving a donation as they do some pretty amazing work!) Take a look at their website for a list of events coming up and make sure to subscribe to their mailing list for all new announcements.

3 St. Stephen Green

St. Stephen Green

Are looking for somewhere to chill after a busy week? If so, St. Stephens Green is the place for you this weekend.

Located in the smack bang middle of Dublin City Centre (directions here), St. Stephens Green is the perfect place to kill a few hours this weekend. Whether you want to bring a football to kick around with a few friends, or you just want to grab a coffee and chill for a while, Stephens Green is the ideal place.

There is also no entry cost into the city green area making it the cheapest way to spend a Saturday afternoon

4 Dublin Zoo

Dublin Zoo
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Dublin Zoo is based in the Phoenix Park (directions here) and is one of Dublin’s most popular attractions. The zoo covers over 69 acres so there is plenty to see during a visit. Whether you are looking to see the Elephants, Lions or Monkeys, Dublin Zoo has them all (and much more).

Entry into the Zoo will set students (with valid student ID cards) back €14.00 each. If you student cardless, you will have to pay €18.00 for an adults tickets.

Let us know how you get on

Let us know how you get on by tweeting with the hashtag #Trendster20Days or let us know of any other events or attractions happening in our capital city.


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