Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium

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Things to do in County Dublin Dublin, Ireland - Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium - YourDaysOut
Shelbourne Park, S Lotts Rd, Dublin 4, Ireland
Jan-Mar: Thurs & Sat 18:30; April-Nov: Wed, Thurs & Sat 18:30; Dec: Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat 18:30
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Shelbourne Park is just a fifteen minute walk from Dublin City Centre, but don't worry if you don't fancy the walk- our National Travel Partners Dublin Coach have it all covered! They operate a FREE shuttle service from Burgh Quay each Saturday night at 7.00pm to Shelbourne Park Greyhound Stadium. And, to make things easier they will come and collect you after the last race and bring you back to the city centre! By day, you can explore the fantastic free museums or art galleries, enjoy superb shopping, or maybe take in the sights on an open-top bus tour of the city. If you're feeling energetic, it's just a short journey to take a walk in the mountains or breathe in the sea air at the coast. By night, Dublin is a bustling, modern European capital with a fantastic selection of lively bars and night spots. And when you arrive at Shelbourne Park, we can arrange for a member of our staff to give you a brief introduction to greyhound racing, or offer you a free copy of our ‘How To Bet Guide’ in a number of different languages. If you want to experience a thrilling occasion that is uniquely Irish, then a night at the dogs in Shelbourne Park is an essential part of your visit to Dublin. Friends Night Out Greyhound racing is the perfect way to spend time with the people you like best. Your family. Your friends. Your workmates. Your football club. Or maybe even that special someone. But whoever you come with, it’s a racing certainty that you’ll have a great time. With up to twelve races each night, you’ll be spoiled when it comes to excitement. Enjoy the speed and power of the dogs. The blur as they disappear around the first bend. The jostling for position. The surging across the line. And with a Euro or two riding on your dog, your pulse rate rises that little bit higher. So if you’re tired of the same old same old in your social life, it’s time for a change. Round up the gang and choose a night out that’s unique,...

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