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Each day of each Ramblers Camp offers something different. One day we could be hiking over beautiful Howth Head and enjoying one of the best meals of fish and chips in Dublin upon our descent and, the next day, we could be visiting the stunning Iveagh Gardens in Dublin taking in St. Stephens Green and The Natural History Museum along the way. We might visit the Victorian masterpiece which is Dublin Zoo or head out to Fort Lucan Adventure Centre. There might even be a chill day taking in The Phoenix Park or Marlay Park. Whatever the destination, we travel by public transport, an adventure in itself.

Easter Camp 2024 Adventures

These are the locations visited during our recent ,4 day, Easter Camp

Day 1

 Bus (46A) to the Phoenix Park. We rambled around and saw the Wellington Monument and The Magazine Fort. We came accross the deer herd, got some great photos. Finally we played a game of hide and seek and got the bus back.

Day 2

 DART to Howth. Went to THe Summit via the cliff walk and returned to the village where we rewarded ourselves with a bag of fish and chips.

Day 3

 DART and LUAS to Connolly Station. Spent the day in Dublin Zoo and returned by bus.

Day 4

DART to Malahide Castle and Demesne. Spent the day in the best playground in Dublin


List of Possible Locations

  • Malahide Castle and Gardens

  • Fort Lucan Adventure Camp (fee)

  • Dublin Zoo (fee)

  • Bray to Greystones/Bray Head

  • The Tenement Museum (fee)

  • Botanic Gardens/Glasnevin Cemetry

  • Howth Cliff Walk

  • St. Anne’s Park

  • Marlay Park/St Endas Park/Padraig Pearse Museum

  • Cruagh Woods Walk

  • Russborough House and Gardens

  • Fernhill Park and Gardens

  • The Phoenix Park

  • Bushy Park

  • North Bull Island Walk

  • Corkagh Park

  • Tymon Park

  • Dodder Walk

  • Rathfarnham Castle

  • Airfield Estate (fee)

  • St. Stephen’s Green/Merrion Square/Trinity College

  • Dublinia (fee)

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