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An Tain Arts Centre

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An Táin Arts Centre is the new independent arts space for Dundalk, Co. Louth based in the former Táin theatre, Town Hall, Crowe Street. The centre houses a 360 seat theatre, a 55 seat studio, a visual arts gallery and several workshop spaces.

 

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Bird Watching

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Dundalk and its surrounding areas offer some of the best bird watching locations in Ireland. Dundalk Bay is the single most important site in the State for overwintering migratory birds. More waterbirds (waders, ducks, geese etc) spend each winter on Dundalk Bay than anywhere else in Ireland (the 26 county state at least).

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Carlingford Adventure Centre

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Carlingford Adventure Centre offers over twenty land and water activities. Sailing, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, rock climbing, abseiling, hill walking, archery and many more.

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Cooley Peninsula

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The Cooley Peninsula is a hilly peninsula in County Louth, which includes towns such as Omeath, Carlingford and Greenore. It is 20 minutes drive from Dundalk Town.

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Crafty Kids Art Summer School

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Crafty Kids offer an exciting range of painting, drawing, collage, sculpture, clay modelling, textiles, printing, felt and pottery, in a professional artist studio. While having fun Artists Rachel Tinniswood, Mary Cowan & Sarah McKenna focus on skill development, exploring techniques and encouraging individual creativity.

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Dundalk School of Music

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Dundalk School of Music (DSM), the area’s first comprehensive music education and training centre and enables students of all ages, abilities and backgrounds to reach their musical potential, to develop self-esteem and confidence and to play their part in a culturally rich community in this part of Ireland.

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Events at DkIT

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The Department of Music and Creative Media at local Dundalk Institute of Technology house some of the purest up and coming talent in the area. Music recitals, stage shows and multimedia exhibitions are all common on the campus throughout the year.

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Golf

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Dundalk and its environs are home to a number of fantastic golf courses so whether you’re a golf fanatic or an occasional player there is something to cater for all needs and handicaps.

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IMC Cinema

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The IMC in Dundalk is Dundalk's first multi-screen cinema. With 9 screens and early opening times, it is always an option for something to do in Dundalk on either  a rainy day or Sunday afternoon out with the kids - or any time for that matter!

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Kayaking

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Dundalk Kayak Club (DKC) is a non profit organisation and was formed in 2005 to cater for the demand of the sport to the local area. Since then and with the assistance of it’s committed members it has become a well respected part of the Kayaking world in Ireland and a club for Dundalk to call their own.

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Museum

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The County Museum, Dundalk is located in a beautifully restored late 18th century warehouse in the Carroll Centre at Roden Place in Jocelyn Street. Funded by Dundalk Town Council the museum opened in 1994 and offers an extensive programme of permanent exhibitions, temporary displays, drama presentations, music recitals, lecture and film.

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Oriel Gaol

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A former gaol, this building was donated to Comhaltas by the Louth County Council. The building has undergone extensive adaptations, and you can look forward to a warm welcome when you visit.

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Quad Biking

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Irish Country Quads hosts a range of activities to suit all age groups and caters for all types of parties - Stags, hens, birthdays, corporate outings, families, scouts and school tours.

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Racing

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Have a night at the races at Dundalk Stadium, Ireland’s only all-weather, floodlit horse-racing and greyhound stadium.

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Ravensdale Lodge Equestrian & Trekking Centre

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Ravensdale Lodge Equestrian & Trekking Centre is situated in the heart of Ravensdale, just 10 minutes drive from historic Carlingford and an ideal location for trekking and horse riding.  Nestled in beautiful countryside close to picturesque woods steeped in history and folklore, the centre enjoys an idyllic location against a backdrop of the Cooley Mountains.

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Soccer

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Dundalk Football Club is a professional Irish soccer club based in Dundalk, County Louth. The club currently play in the Premier Division of the League of Ireland. Founded in 1903, they are the second most successful team, in terms of trophies won, in the history of the League of Ireland.

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Swimming

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The main swimming pool in Dundalk (there are others) is located right next door to the local authorities offices at the Millennium Centre, St. Alphonsus Road. Open from as early as 7am, you can always go for a swim while in Dundalk!

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The Spirit Store

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A haven for relaxation, conversation, great beer and quality live entertainment, The Spirit Store is focussed on the creative, cultural, musical and arts activities in Dundalk.

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Walking Holidays

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At Walking Holiday Ireland they provide self-guided and guided walking holidays in Ireland. They specialise in walking holidays in the Cooley, Gullion and Mourne mountains.

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There are many more cultural activities in Dundalk. See out list of visitor attractions and our information on literature and galleries for further information. The Create Louth website has plenty of information on events and we try to keep our own calendar of cultural events up to date too (although not always possible).

You should also see this page for more cultural exploration in the County Louth area.

 

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