Find the Casino
The Casino is easily accessible from both Dublin City Centre (only 5km) and the M50. Once in the local area, the Casino is accessed the Malahide Road. Coming from Dublin, after junction with Griffith Avenue, turn left at pedestrian lights after Dublin Fire Brigade Training HQ. There is parking for cars and coaches on site, as well as bike racks for bicycle parking close to the building.
By Public Transport
Buses serving the area are numbers 14, 27, 27A, 27B, 42, 43 and 128 from Connolly Station, 42, 43 (from Talbot Street), 14, 27, 27A, 27B, 128 (from Eden Quay), and 123 from O’Connell Street. Check the Dublin Bus website for up to date schedules. The nearest stop to the Casino is Nazareth House.
The Dart stop at Clontarf is 1.7km from the Casino. Check the Irish Rail website for up to date schedules.
If travelling from a different starting point within Dublin, Hit The Road is an excellent website that provides a joined-up travel solution that uses your phone’s GPS, with live information from Dublin Bus, Luas, and DART services.
The Casino is fully committed to accessibility for all users, where possible. The basement reception area and bathrooms are accessed by a flight of stone steps and the interior is accessed by a staircase. There is wheelchair access to grounds and exterior only. Contact us for information on tours of the exterior.
The Casino is available for functions such as wedding ceremonies, conferences, and events in the local community. Numbers are limited. If you would like more information on this, please contact us.
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These exciting attractions are all just a short distance from the Casino at Marino.
Dublin Fire Brigade Museum
Located within the historic Marino demesne, this museum houses a large display of artefacts from the history of the fire service in Ireland.
Clontarf Promenade offers spectacular views over Dublin City and Bay. There is also a heritage trail situated along the walk, which tells the story of the Vikings, Brian Boru and the Battle of Clontarf.
The National Botanic Gardens
The National Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm and beauty, and entry is free. A premier scientific institution, the gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic wrought iron glasshouses.