Join us on 26 October for Ireland’s Internet Day 2017 in the MacNeill Theatre, Hamilton Building, Trinity College Dublin. 

Getting here

No problem. Parking is readily available nearby. Try the Dawson Car Park, accessible via Kildare Street; the Setanta Place Car Park, via South Frederick Street; and St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. Bear in mind that Luas Cross City works on Dawson Street and College Green are causing traffic disruptions.

By bus:
Trinity College is well serviced by buses from all over the city. Check out the Dublin Bus website for timetables.

By train:
If you’re taking the train into the city, get off at Pearse St Station. The Hamilton Building is located on the Westland Row side of Trinity College is less than five minutes on foot Pearse St Station.
You can enter Trinity College via Pearse Street itself (at the Science Gallery) or from Nassau Street.

By luas:
Trinity College is a short walk from the St Stephen’s Green Luas stop on the Green Line. Abbey Street is the closest stop on the Luas Red Line. From there, it’s about a ten-minute walk to the Mansion House.

How to get here

Walking directions

You can access the Hamilton Building on foot from Pearse Street at the Trinity College entrance beside the Science Gallery or from the Nassau Street entrance. The building backs onto Westland Row and the entrance is located beside Bank of Ireland.

Alternatively, if you enter via the Trinity's Front Gate walk through the front square keeping the Front Gate behind you. Keeping going past the rugby pitches and the PAV bar. You'll pass the Fitzgerald Building (School of Physics) on your left before reaching a t-junction where you'll turn right to see the Bank of Ireland. Pass the bank of Ireland and you'll see the entrance to the Hamilton Building.

Traffic disruption

Due to works on the new Luas Cross City line, Dawson Street will be affected by traffic disruptions until the end of the year. If you’re driving in or taking the bus, please check the status of these works in advance.