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IADT, Dun Laoghaire & Dublin

IADT

IADT (www.iadt.ie) attracts students from across the country and the world onto a wide variety of programmes, including our MSc in Cyberpsychology and Certificate in Cyberpsychology. It is an Institute of Technology that is positively vibrating with new ideas and creativity. Our pioneering approach to education programmes makes us unique in Irish higher education.

IADT’s strategic vision is to be at the forefront of research and innovation at the convergence of the arts, technology and enterprise, in a way that maximises our contribution to Ireland’s creative economy.

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Dun Laoghaire

Dun Laoghaire (pronounced Dun Leary) is a seaside town with many lovely period Victorian houses and a beautiful waterfront. A stroll along the East Pier and promenade (and a Teddy’s icecream) is highly recommended. Dun Laoghaire is renowned for it’s literary heritage, and a visit to the James Joyce Tower is definitely worth a visit, as is the newly opened library, the LexIcon. If you are in town on a Sunday, the extensive and popular Farmers Market in the People’s Park should not be missed. You can also take part in one of the many water based activities, such as Dublin Bay Cruises which cruise along the coast line.

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Dublin

There is a lot to see and do in Dublin for every kind of traveller. Whether you like the outdoors, food, literature, music, art, architecture…there is something for you in the city or just outside it. Start with Discover Ireland or Visit Dublin to find a list of places to go.

Restaurants see this site for recommendations: lovindublin.com

Trinity College Old Library and the Book of Kells: As scholars you might be interested in visiting the Long Room, the old library in Trinity College which also displays the Book of Kells.

Museums and galleries: Look at the Visit Dublin site for a full list. There are too many great galleries and museums to name, but these will give you a good start. Many galleries and museums have free entry.
Museums: The National Museum, The Science Gallery, The Dublin Writer’s Museum, and The Little Museum of Dublin.
Galleries: The National Gallery, the Chester Beatty Library, and the Irish Museum of Modern Art.

Outdoors and out of Dublin city:

The botanic gardens: Hosting an incredibly diverse range of plants and trees it is a beautiful location for a stroll and a stop at the tearooms.
Walking/hiking: Take the dart to the end of the line either north of south (Howth to the north or Bray to the south) for two beautiful cliff walks beginning or ending in picturesque coastal towns with great food.

 
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