St. Patrick’s Day is quickly approaching. What better place to celebrate than Dublin, Ohio – the home of Irish attitude! Named one of the best places to travel this March by Matador Network and one of the top 9 places to celebrate St. Paddy's Day by Departures Magazine, you'll find there is no shortage of fun to be had in Dublin all weekend long. Join us in Dublin on March 14th and 17th for all the entertainment you need for the entire clan. Check out our guide to St. Patrick’s Day in Dublin, Ohio.
Saturday, March 14th
The 2020 Dublin, Ohio St. Patrick's Day Parade have been canceled in accordance with the recommendation of the state health officials to slow and prevent the spread of the coronavirus. For more information, click here.
All Day (Starting at 9:00 AM): Pub Party at Fado Pub & Kitchen in Bridge Park! Starting at 9:00 AM they will be offering brunch and cocktails and opening up the pub for live music starting at 11:00 AM with some of Central Ohio's favorite local acts and a few with an Irish flair. This pub party continues on the 17th as well with different performance acts and more Irish Fare. You can find more details and get your tickets here.
Spending the whole weekend with us in Dublin? We have a few more ways to fill up your days with some Irish fun!
More Irish Activities
Sip your way through the Celtic Cocktail Trail. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by sampling some of the best of Dublin dining and craft cocktails. Each of the 18 stops offers a unique, Irish-themed cocktail to give you a taste of Irish attitude. Collect stamps along the way to earn prizes! Get more information on the Celtic Cocktail Trail by clicking here.
Take the wee ones on Dublin’s Irish Fairy Door Trail. Pick up a passport at the Dublin Visitor & Information Center to start a magical journey through Downtown Dublin. Visit 12 stops, find the tiny colorful fairy doors and write down the name of each resident fairy! Complete the trail and redeem a free, Irish Fairy Doors of Dublin t-shirt. For more on the Irish Fairy Door Trail, click here.
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