SHOP 2012
RDS Simmonscourt, Dubiln
25-27 September 2012

The RDS, Simmonscourt, is situated in the heart of Dublin, in Ballsbridge. It is located on a 42-acre site between The Four Seasons Hotel and Herbert Park on Merrion Road.

 

By car (from city centre)

Outside Trinity College, take Nassau Street (N11) for about 150 metres then turn right following the signposts for the R118.
Follow the R118 (also locally known Mount Street – turns into Merrion Road) for approximately 2km.  The RDS Showgrounds will be situated on the right hand side.

By bus

The RDS Showground is serviced by bus routes number 7, 5 and 45, which stop outside the Main Hall Entrance to the RDS on Merrion Road. These bus services can be availed of on Nassau Street outside Trinity College.

By local train

Dublin DART (Dublin Area Rapid Transport) service also operates from the City Centre to Ballsbridge.  Travel southbound to Lansdowne or Sandymount stations.

 

For further travel information, visit the RDS Website

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