While you are in Marino, why not spend a little time sightseeing in colorful neighborhoods like Clontarf, Dublin and Coolock.
Visitors to Marino, looking for something different, will appreciate the nearby museums and theaters. Take the time to see some of the remarkable museums here such as the Dublin Writers Museum and the James Joyce Cultural Centre. Lovers of the arts will find plenty to applaud at venues such as the Abbey Theatre, the Gate Theatre and the Grand Canal Theatre. There are plenty of interesting galleries to enjoy nearby including the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art.
If the sun is shining get outdoors and enjoy the nearby green spaces. Admire the trees and flowers, take a few photos, or just listen to the birdsong at the National Botanic Gardens.
A number of Dublin’s attractions are within driving distance of Marino, including the Garden of Remembrance, the Casino at Marino and Parnell Square. The Dublin area is filled with reminders of the past; begin your local history tour at Clontarf Castle.
Add to your wardrobe, stock up on groceries or just people-watch at popular shopping destinations such as the Omni Park Shopping Centre.
If you love sports, don’t miss the opportunity to see Marino favorites, the Shelbourne FC, take to the field at Tolka Park. On weekends the area around the stadium becomes a sea of red and white, as crowds join together to get behind their home-grown heroes.
To make the most of Marino, consider staying close by in one of the area’s charming bed and breakfast or hotel options. Check out the rooms, rates and amenities at the Best Western Plus Academy Plaza Hotel, the Croke Park Hotel, or the Gresham Hotel.