Please mention Family Fun when booking!
Dublinia is now fast becoming one of the top family attractions in Dublin and a great place for a day out and combining fun with some learning about life in the medieval city and the world of the Vikings. Kids of all ages will love that they can interact with the exhibition itself allowing them engage, learn and share.
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Dublinia Easter Event
Dublinia is proud to present Viking Fest 2018. A huge celebration of Viking Culture happening Easter weekend at Dublinia and Wood Quay from the 30th of March to the 2nd of April.
This unmissable festival of Viking heritage culminates in a live outdoor spectacle with the international Follow the Vikings audio visual and theatrical performance at the historic Wood Quay amphitheatre, celebrating the cultural and historic impact of the Vikings on Saturday 31st March.
Dublinia hosts Viking Fest with support from Dublin City Council, Failte Ireland, Follow the Vikings and Creative Europe.
So, what’s happening………….. Dublin Viking Festival 2018
Living History, Viking Weaponry, Coin Minting and crafts
Swords, shields, spears, bows axes, and the skills and tactics of Viking weaponry will be on display in the Dublinia courtyard all weekend. The special art of Viking coin minting will also be demonstrated as well as Viking crafts like tablet weaving. You’ll see history come to life with our re-enactors demonstrating how to use a quern-stone or even playing some Viking games. Living History is on all throughout the festival,
All taking place at Dublinia. and no tickets or booking necessary for this.
Outside Living History is free for all to see in Dublinia courtyard, with a discounted admission to Dublinia.
Vikings Ships moored and on display
The Vikings are coming back to Wood Quay – just like they did over 1,000 years ago. Lakes Viking Warriors will have two Viking longships moored at Wood Quay on the River Liffey for all to see. A full size longship will also be aground on Wine Tavern Street with lots of Viking Warriors on hand to tell you all about the ship and life for them as it would have been a thousand years ago. Taking place down on Wood Quay and no tickets or bookings necessary for this.
Saturday and Sunday 11am to 4pm.
The highlight, the Follow the Vikings theatrical performance.
Follow the Vikings is an audio visual and theatrical extravaganza that will take place in the wonderful historic Wood Quay amphitheatre on Saturday 31st of March at 8.30pm and 9.45pm. A 45 minute experience of film, animation, projection, sound, dance, drumming, battle re-enactment and live action. An event not to be missed.
This amazing performance is free of charge but is ticketed.