The National Concert Hall is situated on Earlsfort Terrace in the heart of Dublin's City Centre. Below are details of how to get to us by car, by bus, by train, by Luas, by bike and walking.
By CarThe National Concert Hall is located in the centre of the city beside St. Stephen’s Green. There is a one-way system in place on St Stephen’s Green so please follow the signs.
Visit AA Roadwatch for more information on traffic restrictions in your route.
By BusAs we are centrally located, there are plenty of options for buses to bring you to The National Concert Hall. The following routes serve The National Concert Hall:
Earlsfort Terrace: 14,15,15a,15b, 44, 61,140,142 - please note the diversions to these routes from 18th January 2015
Leeson St: 11, 25, 25a, 25b, 37, 38, 38a, 39, 39a, 70, 46a, 66x, 67x, 7b, 7d, 116,118
For more information on routes and timetables, log on www.dublinbus.ie
AircoachThe Aircoach will leave you at Lower Leeson Street, which is less than 5 minutes’ walk to the National Concert Hall. For more information or routes and fares, log on to www.aircoach.ie
By TrainPearse Street Station is the nearest Dart station to us. Some commuter trains also stop here while others will terminate at Connolly Station. For more information on timetables, log on to www.irishrail.ie.
By LuasHarcourt Street & St. Stephen's Green stops are within 5 minutes walk of the National Concert Hall and run regularly: every 5 minutes at busy periods and every 15 minutes at less busy periods. For more information, visit www.luas.ie
By BikeWhy not keep it green and use one of the Dublin Bikes available at various points around the city. There is a Dublin Bikes station directly outside the National Concert Hall and nearby on Hatch Street. There are also two stations on St Stephen’s Green both of which have Credit Card Terminals. For more information, log on to www.dublinbikes.ie
There is also a bike stand in the car park at the front of the building where you can lock your own bike.