Travelling to Dublin Port Riverfest couldn’t be easier! We are situated in the heart of Dublin’s docklands which is well served by public transport. Bus, Luas, Rail and DART services all leave you within a few minutes walk to North Wall Quay and the Luas Red Line leaves you right at The Festival’s doorstep.
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LUAS Red Line provides a direct route to Dublin Port Riverfest via stops ‘Connolly’, ‘Mayor Square’ or ‘Spencer Dock’.
Red Line Parking is available at Park + Ride stations – ‘Red Cow’, ‘Tallaght’ and ‘Cheeverstown’.
LUAS Green Line also provides a route to Dublin Port Riverfest via the ‘St. Stephen’s Green’ stop, only a 15 minute walk from the festival.
Green Line Parking is available at Park + Ride stations – ‘Balally’, ‘Stillorgan’, ‘Sandyford’ and ‘Carrickmines’.
DART networks provide excellent service from many different parts of Dublin, the ‘Connolly Station’ stop being only a 5 minute walk from the festival.
In most cases parking is available at the various stations along the route.
For more information on DART times, click HERE.
Dublin Bus offers a high frequency, accessible and easy to use service from all over Dublin to within a 20 minute walk of the Venue.
The 151 route operates every 10 minutes during rush hour and will leave you on Castleforbes Rd, the closest stop to the Venue, only 2 minutes walk away. The last bus departs Castleforbes Road at 23.15pm Mon – Sat.
For more information on Bus Services, click HERE.
Irish Rail provide great access to the Dublin Port Riverfest via ‘Connolly’ and ‘Heuston’ stations.
If you plan on driving to the festival, please note that traffic restrictions are in place on North Wall Quay. There will be single lane closure in place on North Wall Quay from Friday 2nd of June at 10pm to midnight on Monday 5th of June.
As there are many reliable public transport options available, we highly recommend leaving the car at home or parking at one of the destinations listed above.