The Blocks in the Docks

Waterways Ireland’s visitor centre in Dublin, known as the Box in the Docks, has been closed for some time. I don’t know whether it has yet been reopened, but it has a new website.

If you are pained by greengrocers’ apostrophes, don’t go there. The main problem, though, is that the website says nothing about what is in the Box. Why “Plan a visit” if you don’t know what you’ll see when you get there?

Perhaps it’s a work in progress, with more to be added later, but I’d welcome information about what’s in the centre from anyone who has visited it recently.

3 responses to “The Blocks in the Docks

  1. it was open last friday but we did not go in because we had no idea what we would get for the 4 euro admission fee.

  2. This award winning building, located in Dublin’s Grand Canal Basin, appears to be open from Wed to Sun during the Summer months. Access is by Foot, Luas, Bus, Dart and Car.

  3. But what’s in it? Why bother visiting? bjg

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