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 instructions below:
Follow the signs to the City Centre. From O’Connell Street, head south over the River Liffey, down D’Olier Street, past Trinity College onto Nassau Street. From Nassau Street, take a right turn onto Kildare Street. This will lead you onto St. Stephen’s Green. Continue down towards Baggot Street, take the first right onto Pembroke Street, straight past Fitzwilliam Square until you come to a set of traffic lights. Turn right onto Leeson Street and at the next set of traffic lights take the left onto Earlsfort Terrace where the National Concert Hall is situated on the right hand side.
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