Meet in Ireland

88 Amiens Street

Why Ireland?

Welcome to a place where business is always a pleasure and pleasure is a serious business! We offer a range of practical supports including a planner's toolkit with images and videos to help sell Ireland to stakeholders and access to a network of approved partners. See full list of supports below in the Additional Information section. There are many reasons to meet in Ireland – but, in essence it is the unique combination of people and culture, place and environment and proximity that naturally lend themselves to the delivery of world-class business events. The compact, casual and can-do nature of Ireland’s cities, towns and countryside will provide your event with a backdrop that will exceed your expectations every time, while the warmth of Ireland’s suppliers ensures a warm welcome for international delegates from across the globe. Ireland is waiting with 100,000 welcomes!

Distance from airport

  • 5.72 mi. from venue

  • Dublin Airport

    6.84 mi. from city center

  • Shannon Airport

    15.53 mi. from city center

  • Cork Airport

    4.97 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

EPIC: The Irish Immigration Museum

You won’t find leprechauns or pots of gold here, but you’ll discover that what it means to be Irish expands far beyond the borders of Ireland through the stories of Irish emigrants who became scientists, politicians, poets, artists and even outlaws all over the world. Discover Ireland from the outside in and find out why saying “I’m Irish” is one of the biggest conversation starters, no matter where you are. Whether you’re entertaining clients, planning a team event or launching a product, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum is the ideal venue. Located in the beautifully restored vaults of the historic CHQ Building in Dublin’s Docklands, EPIC can cater for up to 300 guests. As the world’s only fully digital museum spread over 20 galleries, EPIC offers an amazing cultural, high-tech event space that provides an impressive and memorable backdrop for your event.
Dublin, IE

Emerald Park

This amusement park is located 20 minutes from Dublin Airport and offers corporate events with a thrill. With 4 unique meeting rooms, (15 to 450 people), team-building activities, an on-site zoo and the option of exclusive amusement park hire, there really is nowhere else quite like it!
Co. Meath, IE

Skellig Michael

Historical landmark
A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site, Skellig Michael Island is renowned as the site of a well-preserved monastic outpost of the early Christian period with stone beehive huts where monks lived and prayed clinging to cliff edges alongside oratories, a cemetery, stone crosses, holy wells and the Church of St Michael. The site is accessed by boat and climbing over 600 stone steps on a 1,000-year-old stairway. To film fans they’re another planet altogether, refuge of legendary Jedi Luke Skywalker in the most recent box office-smashing Star Wars instalments. To history buffs, they’re home to an incredibly well-preserved ancient monastic outpost - Skellig Michael in particular. But to absolutely everyone, these two islands are utterly mesmerising.
Kerry, IE

Atlantic Sea Kayaking

Give your clients an experience they will never forget with Atlantic Sea Kayaking. Whether it's a moonlight and starlight experience, a coastal kayaking safari or a stand up paddle board tour, Atlantic Sea Kayaking has something for everyone and is a truly unique experience for your clients.
Co. Cork, IE

Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Gardens

Historical landmark
Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Walled Gardens is one of Irelands best loved visitor attractions. The 1000 acre estate which has been home to a Benedictine order of Nuns for 100 years is comprised of a baronial castle, 6.5 acre Victorian Walled Garden, neo-Gothic Church, cafe, and shop to name a few of the key attractions. Built in 1867 the castle, now an Abbey, is iconic worldwide for its many stories of history, tragedy, romance, and spirituality.
Galway, IE

Galway Food Tour

Galway Food Tour is an exciting alternative for a corporate evening or a team building activity. The best and most interesting food gems of various neighbourhoods of Galway city are showcased at Galway Food Tours. Our private food tours are a great opportunity to get outside the office environment and hit the streets of the medieval city of Tribes to taste delicious treats from family run businesses and artisanal producers, hear their stories and bond over a glass of craft beer. The selection of venues is diverse and ranges from Michelin Star restaurants, funky bars to Pizza Buses, making your event a unique experience. Tours can cater for up to 40 people.
Co. Galway, IE

The Long Room, Trinity College Dublin

Historical landmark
The Long Room is Trinity College's historic library. At nearly 65 metres in length, it is filled with 200,000 of the Library’s oldest books and is one of the most impressive libraries in the world. The Long Room is home to the Book of Kells. This 9th Century ancient manuscipt, contains the four Gospels in Latin intermixed with readings from the earlier Old Latin translation. The book is written on vellum (prepared calfskin) in a bold and expert version of the script known as "insular majuscule". Other treasures in the Long Room include one of the few remaining copies of the 1916 Proclamation of the Irish Republic which was read outside the General Post Office on 24 April 1916 by Patrick Pearse at the start of the Easter Rising. The harp is the oldest of its kind in Ireland and probably dates from the 15th century. It is made of oak and willow with 29 brass strings. It is the model for the emblem of Ireland.
Dublin, IE

Jameson Distillery

John Jameson forged his name making great whiskey but along the way he also earned quite the reputation for being a warm and generous host. His bashes became legendary around these parts and that insistence on visitors having a good time informed every corner of the modern day Jameson Distillery Midleton. The home of Jameson Irish Whiskey is a truly unmatched venue in and around Cork that can provide the perfect home whatever you have in mind. It’s the perfect venue for an evening that will live long in the memory.
Co. Cork, IE



High season
Apr 1 – Jun 30
Sep 1 – Oct 31
Shoulder season
Nov 1 – Nov 30
Jan 1 – Mar 31
Low season
Jul 1 – Aug 31
Dec 1 – Dec 31

Additional Information

Meet in Ireland is the official business events brand for Ireland. For you, the event planner, we want to make life as easy as possible so you can deliver an outstanding experience in Ireland for your clients. We offer a complimentary service with a suite of supports and we're with you every step of the way. Practical supports: We offer access to our planners toolkit with images and videos to help sell Ireland to stakeholders. We can also introduce you to our network of approved partners including Destination Management Companies or Regional Convention Bureaux. Financial Supports: Site Inspection Hosting: A crucial element in the decision-making process, we can fund and coordinate site visits for you as the decision maker, covering meeting facilities, hotels, social options, and attractions. Programme Enhancement Fund: When considering Ireland, it is important to note that we can provide a financial contribution towards your event. We am delighted to inform you that for events due to take place in event year 2023, we are offering support of up to €30 per delegate. ***Terms and Conditions apply. Please note that this application can be submitted anytime from now but must be submitted before confirming for Ireland and a minimum of 2 months before the event takes place. Here is the link to our financial supports For a full list of our practical and financial supports, please visit