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Things to do in November!

The bad weather has finally settled around us but we won’t let it dampen our spirits! There’s still plenty to do around Ireland  during November! We’ve put together a list of our top picks around the country!

1. National Museums of Ireland

Always Free

Ireland’s National Museums have free entry all year round! Ireland boasts 4 separate museums, with 4 different themes!

  • Archaeology – Kildare Street, Dublin 2
  • Natural History – Merrion Street, Dublin 2
  • Decorative Arts & History – Collins Barracks, Benburb Street, Dublin 7
  • Country Life – Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo

Combine the Dublin based museums for a fun day out, or spend a day in each visiting all the exhibitions on offer! Fire more info visit their website here.

2. OPW Heritage sites

Free entry  Nov 8th / Always free for children Under 12

Most OPW Heritage sites around Ireland offer free entry the first Wednesday of every month. Take advantage of this deal for a fun afternoon activity after school! Or visit at the weekend, with all under 12s visiting for free! Visit a castle, Gledalough Visitor Centre or any number of historical parts of the country!

OPW Heritage sites around the country include Kilkenny Castle, Emo Court, and Jerpoint Abbey but for a full list visit the Heritage Ireland website here.


3. Wild Lights

Dublin Zoo Nov 3 – Jan 7th

Dublin Zoo’s latest experience is Wild Lights, a night time  trail of beautifully crafted, giant colourful lanterns inspired by wildlife. Open every night from 5pm – 9pm this really is a must see for the whole family!


4.Listowel Food Fair

Listowel,  Nov 9-12.

Listowels Food Fair celebrates it’s 23rd year this November, with a full schedule of events for the whole family including their famous food market, a baking workshop for children, food trail, craft fair , edible landscape art exhibition and lots more. For more information visit their schedule of events here.

5.Yarn Story Telling festival

Bray, Nov 11-19.

An entire festival based  around the magic of story telling lands in Bray , November 11th – 19th. Listen to Poetry in the Park, hear Scary Tales At The Town Hall or  enjoy some interactive story telling at Granuaile Pirate Queen. To find something that suits you, visit the full list of events here.


6. Patterns of Light

Waterford ,Nov 24 – 26

If you’re brave enough to get out in the elements the 2017 Pattern of Light Festival takes place from Friday November 24th to Sunday 26th and sees the transformation by light of the iconic William Vincent Wallace plaza on the south-east end of the Waterford Quay front. Visitors to the installation will be given the opportunity to create their own unique pattern of light on the underside of the plaza canopy. Users will be encouraged to utilise a diverse array of patterns, textures and particles to show the world who they are. For all the details of this free festival visit their Facebook page here.