Boy's Day out in The City
Father's Day is upon us - Sunday 17th June 2018
We here at theKeyCollections have brought together a list of unique, interesting & fun ideas you can treat your Dad, Uncle, Brother or best friend to any time of the year.
Our vibrant Dublin City is jam packed with hidden gems and hot spots where you can go.
‘Get him groomed’ - Waldorf Barbershop - Westmoreland St, Dublin
Waldorf Barbershop is a men’s hairdressing and shaving salon; trading on Westmorelands Street since 1929. The shop has been restored to its former glory with terrazzo floors, original chairs and wooden units. It is a piece of our Irish history waiting to be discovered. Step back in time and receive traditional old-style treatment and ‘a proper haircut in a proper barbershop’.He also has the option to enjoy a hot-towel head massage or shave. As they say ‘there is no school like the old school’
‘A bit of culture’ - Attend the recently opened EPIC Ireland exhibition – Custom House Quarter
Dublin’s dramatic new interactive visitor experience is one not to be missed. It showcases the unique global journey of the Irish people. Located in the historic vaults of the CHQ Building in The Custom House Quarter. Book tickets in advance and choose a time from the many available options that suits you and your family. If you & your group have any interest in Irish history - then this is the place to go!
‘Enjoy a selection of Craft Beers’ - the Porterhouse Temple Bar
When describing craft beer; each beer lover has a unique interpretation and story of discovery to share. Treat your dad to his pick of craft beer at The Porterhouse - which was the first craft beer pub in Dublin. They have parts of their old brewing equipment on display & hundreds of beer bottles from all over the world. Alongside this, enjoy some live music while dining on some traditional Irish favourites.
‘For the music lover’ - Traditional Irish Music at O'Donoghues
Music is a huge part of Dublin's history and traditional Irish music has a home in O'Donoghue's famous bar. A favourite of Christy Moore and the Dubliners amongst its past. There is live music 7 nights a week so bring your group here for an evening of Irish ‘Craic’.
‘The cool café scene’ – Roasted Brown in Temple Bar
Take a break and enjoy some delicious coffee and a chat in this cool, modern surrounding. Roasted Brown's Coffee Shop is a place for hospitality, community and taste. It is a place where coffee lovers and artists gather. Go and enjoy the space and the people in this Temple Bar location and plan the rest of your Day.
‘For a laugh’ – the Laughter Lounge – Eden Quay
‘Take him shopping’ – Powerscourt Centre - South Fitzwilliam Street
Take a trip to this gorgeous, airy complex where you and you can take your time shopping. This refurbished 1774 Georgian town house is full of character where you can browse the men’s shops such as Genius, French Connection or All Saints. Enjoy a coffee after your purchase to complete your shopping experience.
‘For the sports fan’ - Croke Park Stadium tour
Are you a lover of GAA? If so, take a tour of Croke Park Stadium which offers an access-all-areas trip through the home of Irish sport. You can walk in the footsteps of legends & go pitchside taking a seat in the VIP area with panoramic views from the top tier of the stand; 30 meters above the famous pitch. Tickets must be purchased in advance which cost around €13 per adult.
We hope you found some of the above information helpful.
Whatever you decide to do, remember to explore Dublin City…your way!