The Dublin Wheel

The Dublin Wheel

THERE IS NO DUBLIN WHEEL RUNNING ANYMORE

The Dublin Wheel is the jewel in the crown of Point Village Square at Dublin’s Docklands. The massive observation wheel will give stunning views over the capital as well as the Dublin and Wicklow Mountains and is set to become one of the city’s leading tourist attractions. The Dublin Wheel stands 60 meter tall and has 42 fully enclosed capsules or pods  including 1 VIP capsule capable of seating eight people. The ride will take 13 minutes. There will also be VIP pods that can be hired out for special occasions like birthdays, family outings or weddings. The Dublin Wheel venue is Wheelchair Accessible The Point Village at   the weekend is transformed into a host of market stalls and is home to bargains and fun for everyone. Other treats on offer will include live music acts, fashion shows, graffiti walls, art exhibitions, product launches and urban sports demonstrations, something for everyone in the family.

The Dublin Wheel Admission

  • Adults   € 9.00
  • Senior citizens/Students   € 7.00
  • Children 4-16   € 6.50
  • Children 1-3   € 1.00
  • Infant under 1   Free
  • Family Ticket   € 23.00
  • Private Capsule   € 55.00
  • VIP Capsule   € 75.00
  • VIP with champagne   € 95.00

Credit card and online booking are currently not up and running and there is only one cash point in Spar on Castleforbes Road close to Point Village so be sure to bring cash.

The Dublin Wheel Opening Times

THERE IS NO DUBLIN WHEEL RUNNING ANYMORE

Direction To The Big Dublin Wheel

By Foot – The Wheel of Dublin  is just a short stroll from the city centre along the north bank of the River Liffey. The wheel is sited beside The O2 on the North Wall Quay and part of the Point Village development. You can get drop at the door by the Luas red line. The Wheel of Dublin will be operated by Great City Attractions   Family Fun Tips

  • The capsules are accessible to people with wheelchairs
  • Families should get there early
  • At night  you’ll be treated to a delightful light show as the city comes to life in the hours of darkness.
 
 

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