Directions to Howth Castle

10“riverrun, past Eve and Adams, from swerve of shore to bend of bay, brings us by a commodius vicus of recirculation back to Howth Castle and Environs.”

The opening sentence of James Joyce’s Finnegan’s Wake, which was featured on every old Irish £10 note, gives accurate if not very useful directions to the Castle.

By Train
From Howth DART station entrance, turn right and after 200 meters cross the road. Follow the signs for Howth Castle, Deer Park Golf, FootGolf & Poc Fada or the National Transport Museum. Entrance is through the main gate.

From City Centre

Head East on the North Quays, continuing onto Amiens Street and along North Strand Road to Fairview. Continue straight along R105 Coast road through Clontarf Road towards Sutton Cross and then straight on to Howth. We are on the right-hand side of the road before the dart station.
Howth Castle
Howth
Co. Dublin

Follow the signs for Howth Castle, Deer Park Golf, FootGolf & Poc Fada or the National Transport Museum. Entrance is through the main gate.

From M50:
Head Northbound, continue straight past the M1/Airport exit. Proceed down the N32 until you reach the Malahide Road junction. Total fitness Gym will be on the far side of the road on the right hand side corner. Continue straight into Clare Hall. Drive straight until you reach a T junction with the Coast Road. Turn right and follow this road to the junction at Sutton Cross.

Turn left at Sutton Cross and follow the road out to Howth. We are on the right-hand side of the road before the dart station.

Follow the signs for Howth Castle, Deer Park Golf, FootGolf & Poc Fada or the National Transport Museum. Entrance is through the main gate.

 

By Bus:

No. 31 and 31B from Dublin City Centre.

Please check www.dublinbus.ie for details of bus times.