Culture Night 2015 in Dublin is tomorrow, Friday September 18th, and we thought we’d share some of our favourite things to do on Culture Night.

We’re now on day 2 of this 3 part blog where we recommend our Top 5 Things Do and See on Culture Night in Dublin. Check out part 1 from yesterday here. And keep reading for 5 more tips:

1. Christ Church Cathedral

Another great excuse to see one of Dublin’s longest standing landmarks from the inside, while saving yourself the entrance fee (thought to be honest I’d happily pay the €6 to bask in the wonder of this place). The best part of this tour is the Medieval Crypt – very impressive and a must on Culture Night 2015!

Liberties & Historic Quarter

2. Aerial Cirque, Exchequer Street

Ever wanted to run away with the circus? Here’s your chance to see if it’s for you! Taking fitness to a new level (literally) this novel practice teaches aerial classes to both adults and children and will open their doors on Culture Night 2015 for free workshops and performances. A fun way to climb out of your comfort zone!

Temple Bar & Creative Quarter

3. Abbey Theatre, Lower Abbey Street

Go behind the scenes in one of Dublin’s most iconic theatres. On Culture Night 2015 the Abbey Theatre will take visitors on a guided tour through the costumes and props department to show you how their famous productions come together on stage. A definite must for fans of the dramatic arts.

Monto & North Georgian Quarter

4. Hodges Figgis, Dawson Street

This well established Dawson St. bookstore will open it’s doors earlier than most (10am) for Culture Night 2015 events, so it’s a great one for the kids. They’ll have readings for children throughout the day and from 3:30pm you’ll be treated to performances from St. Patrick’s Cathedral Choir. Later in the evening you can meet authors and catch some classical music. A full family day out!

Trinity & South Georgian Quarter

5. DownstairsDublin, Merrion Square

Another great family event – on Culture Night 2015 Merrion Square will burst into colourful light art, music, Ireland’s smallest cinema, fashions shows, magical garden, a mini rave and loads more. A good starting point for the night ahead.

Trinity & South Georgian Quarter

There you go now, 5 more fun, free things to do on Culture Night 2015. We’ll be back early enough tomorrow with the last 5 suggestions, so watch this space.

See you Friday!

Your Right Track Team