Student interaction is important to the college. We want to make your stay not only educationally fulfilling but also a bit of craic! The college has a vibrant student social network to involve the students in cultural and fun activities.
Here are some of the activities we organise:
Walking tour of Dublin: Let a local show you around the charming city centre and finish the afternoon with a pint of Guinness Temple Bar.
St. Patrick's and Christchurch Cathedrals: Visit St. Patrick's Cathedral, Ireland's largest cathedral and Christ Church Cathedral, one of Dublin's finest buildings.
Croke Park & GAA museum: Fascinating guided tour of Croke Park, Europe's 4th largest stadium where Gaelic football and hurling are played. visit to the GAA Museum is a must for anyone interested in the history and development of Ireland's national games of hurling and Gaelic football. The Stadium Tour goes behind the scenes at this 82,300 capacity stadium, including dressing rooms, pitch-side, corporate suites, VIP section and state-of-the-art media centre
Kilmainham Gaol: Chilling tour of the prison, covering some of the most heroic and tragic events in Ireland's emergence as a modern nation from 1780s to the 1920s.
Guinness Storehouse: Visit Ireland's #1 visitor attraction, the Guinness Storehouse. This interactive tour will give you a history of Ireland's famous black beer. It is the highlight of any trip to Dublin.
Chester Beatty Library and DublinCastle:View the fine collection of oriental art of the Chester Beatty Library and learn about Dublin's history over a guided tour of thecastle.
Howth: Walk along the spectacular cliffs of Howth for fine views of Dublin Bay and the Wicklow Mountains and the Boyne Valley.
Botanical Gardens: Visit Ireland's most beautiful gardens in Glasnevin.
Dublin Zoo: Visit the grand and historic Dublin zoo.
Malahide Castle: Visit beautiful Malahide Castle and its 250 acres of park land in the pretty seaside town of Malahide
Traditional Irish dancing class and Ceili: Irish dancing class followed by a 'Ceilli' - a group dance accompanied by live traditional music
'Infectuous': Experience this exciting and interactive exhibition at the TrinityCollege'snew ScienceGallery
Museum of Archeology: Visit Ireland's famous 'bog bodies' and the hoards of gold dug up by Irish farmers.
Treasure hunt: Participate in LCD's unique treasure hunt! You must collect clues around the Dublin city centre and race back to the college. There is a prize for the winning team!
Book of Kells: Tour the beautiful Trinity Library and this massive masterpiece of celtic art.
Bike rental in the Phoenix Park: Rent bicycles at the gates of the Phoenix Park, the largest enclosed urban public park in Europe. Explore the residence of the president of Ireland, the papal cross, the Deerfield residence and Ashtown castle.
Private bus tour to Glendalough, Co. Wicklow: Spend the day walking around beautiful Glendalough, its 2 lakes, waterfall, mountains, woodlands and the monastery.
Kilkenny City: Discover this charming medieval city, also known as the marble city. Visit Kilkenny Castles, one of the most instantly recognised buildings in Ireland. Kilkenny Castle has been an important site since Strongbow constructed the first castle, probably a wooden structure, in the 12th century. Walk up St Canice's Cathedral tower for a mesmerising view of Kilkenny City
Dublin Sea Safari: Dublin's most enjoyable and exciting sea adventure. Experience high speed thrills and enjoy the rich wildlife of Dublin's coastline! Tours are on a RIB (Rigid Inflatable Boat) that seats up to 12 people at a time. The tour goes along the River Liffey, through Dublin Port to Dublin Bay. It continues south past Dun Laoghaire to Dalkey Island and Killiney Bay. You may see seals, porpoises and a vast array of birdlife throughout the tour. The return journey comes back across Dublin Bay to Custom House Quay.