Ultimate Guide to Free Stuff in Dublin

If you are in Dublin or from Dublin and looking for free stuff to do or looking for some freebies then you have come to the right place! As the saying goes “the best things in life are free”. We hope to prove that to you today.

Here is our ultimate guide to the best free stuff to do and ways to get freebies in Dublin, Ireland.

1. The National Museum of Ireland

The National Museum of Ireland is an Irish museum which stresses the study and preservation of Irish archaeology, culture and history.

Ireland’s National Museum first opened on January 1, 1877 and is notably the oldest national museum in Ireland.

It’s completely free to enter and you can book tickets for free online.

National Museum of Ireland

2. Dublin Freecycle

Dublin Freecycle is a great way to find free stuff other people are giving away in Dublin. At the time of writing more than 1,000 people are giving stuff away for free on Dublin Freecycle.

If you have anything you don’t want you can also list it on Dublin Freecycle for others. Users of the site have mentioned getting free things like treadmills, sheds, patio covers and more.

Check out Dublin Freecycle now.

Screenshot of Dublin Freecycle website.
Dublin Freecycle Website

3. Free Dublin Guidebook

Are you visiting Dublin soon? If so you can get a free digital Dublin guidebook online from Dublin Pass.

Its a 90 page guidebook packed with useful information about the city and its top attractions.

To get the free Dublin guidebook simply follow the instructions here. They will then email you over the free guidebook to help you get the most out of your visit to Dublin.

Photo of Dublin City.
Photo taken by me from my visit to Dublin.

4. The Irish Museum of Modern Art

The Irish Museum of Modern Art is Ireland’s leading national institution for the collection and presentation of modern and contemporary art.

General admission to The Irish Museum of Modern Art is free but we recommend you book your tickets online (which is also free) to ensure you can get in when visiting. Book your tickets now.

Garden view of The Irish Museum of Modern Art

5. The Dublin Mountains

If youโ€™re looking for free and fun things to do in Dublin today, make your way over to the Dublin Mountains. It’s going to cost you a little to get there (depending how you travel to the Dublin Mountains) but we think it’s worth it.

The mountains are Dublin’s natural playground with more than 40km of mountain trails, country paths and rural roads. The Dublin Mountains Way is one of the most scenic walks in the world.

A waymarker on the Dublin Mountains Way

We hope you find this list of free stuff in Dublin useful and if you have any suggestions for free stuff to do in Dublin or ways to get freebies we’d love to hear from you and consider them for inclusion on the list. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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