St. Patrick's Day Parade
Ireland has a deep-rooted connection with this year’s theme, Storytelling. Street theatre and pageant companies, gear up to dazzle with their artistic interpretations of the 2019 theme.Learn More
St. Patrick's Day
One of the world’s biggest cultural celebrations, St Patrick’s Festival returns to Dublin this March 13–17, 2020.
Running over five great days and nights, the Festival is a vibrant and dynamic showcase of Ireland’s rich culture and heritage, both traditional and contemporary.
Principally funded by Fáilte Ireland, Dublin City Council and the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, the packed 2020 programme will offer hundreds of events throughout Dublin from music, performance, art, spoken word and literature to tours, trails, food events, family fun and much more.
Dunboyne Castle is the ideal base for your visit to Dublin. Located in Co. Meath, ideally located on Dublin’s doorstep, just 20-25 minutes from the city centre.
Travel by bus, train or by car, with free & ample car parking, leave your car for the night, enjoy the festivities & then return to the intimate, comforting surrounds of Dunboyne Castle.
17th of March 2020 - St. Patricks Day Parade
The Parade starts from the northern edge of Parnell Square, near the Hugh Lane Gallery, at 12:00 noon. It then winds its way slowly down O'Connell Street, past Trinity College at College Green and on to Dame Street before it finishes at St. Patrick's Cathedral. The entire parade lasts approximately two hours.
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