Getting There

Forbidden Fruit takes place on the grounds of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8 - which is less than 15 minutes form Dublin city centre.

Note: There is no on site car parking.


Bulmers Buses leave Harcourt St at corner with St Stephen's Green (Cuffe Street) from 1.00pm-7pm Sat-Sun and return after the event (10pm to 12pm) to Temple Bar and experience Forbidden Fruit Night . And best of all..are free!

The Drop off point for the buses is East Gate (Main IMMA Gate)
Public Transport
BY LUAS: Take Red Line to Hueston Station and it is 10 minute walk to East Gate entrance via Military Road. Check for Luas timetable.

BY BUS: Buses to James St (5 min walk via steps to Bow Lane onto Irwin St & Military Rd): 123 from O'Connell St/Dame St; 51B, 78A from Aston Quay. Check for further info.
By Taxi
BY TAXI: If you are coming by taxi you will be directed to the East Gate via Military Road, from here it is a 5 minute walk to the festival site. After the event, taxi ranks will pick up outside Heuston Station, which is 10 min walk from Military Road.

Hailo are offering an exclusive €15 off for first time users enter the code FF2014 to the credits section of the app to redeem.
Mobility Impaired
Vehicles with Disabiltiy badges on the car window will be permitted access to the festival site via Military Road or Bow Lane through the East Gate to a dedicated parking area. The festival site is 5 minutes from here.
Hit The road
Check out and the "B" marker will be placed at Forbidden Fruit, and you just need to say where you're coming from, and it will take it from there.
Train service departs 23.10 Saturday only from Hueston station stopping at; Parkwest, Clondalkin, Adamstown, Celbridge, Naas, Kildare. Tickets purchased at station.

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