Bus Éireann’s 103 service will operate once a day (Monday to Friday) and twice a day at weekends. The journey takes just 45 minutes from the city centre.
The 103 operates from Beresford Place (beside Liberty Hall).
From Monday to Friday, the 103 departs from Beresford Place at 10:10 and departs from Tayto Park at 16:15.
On Saturdays, Sundays and during Public Holidays, the bus departs from Beresford Place at 10:00 and 11:00. On Saturdays it departs Tayto Park at 16:05 and 16:35. On Sundays and during Public Holidays, the bus service departs Tayto Park at 15:05 and 16:15.
The bus service to Tayto Park will operate until 2 September 2012.
Visitors to Tayto Park get to explore The Tayto Sky Walk, The New Zip Line Extreme, The Superhero Training Wall, The Tayto Air Jumpers, The Lodge restaurant, some of the 250 farmed herd of buffalo and hundreds of rare breeds of animals along with many more attractions. For the first time ever, visitors can see how the nation’s favourite crisps are made in The Tayto Factory Tour. People of all ages will learn all the guarded secrets from Mr. Tayto himself and see how Tayto crisps and snacks are made.
A family ticket for two adults and two children including return bus ticket and entry to Tayto Park costs just €65. A family ticket for two adults and four children with a bus return ticket and entry to Tayto Park costs €85. Tickets are for sale in Dublin Tourist offices, Bachelors Walk tourist office, College Green Tourist office and Tourist offices on O’Connell Street.
“Our direct services from Tayto Park to Dublin will allow families to enjoy all the fun of Tayto Park without having to worry about getting there. Visitors can sit back, relax and get to Tayto Park safely without the expense and hassle of organising other means of transport,” said Joe Kenny, Regional Manager, East, Bus Éireann.
Thursday, 19th July, 2012