Shopping in Dublin

Dublin is well known as a city where you can shop and get any brand, any label, lots of discounts and bargains. Grafton Street and Henry Street are two major Dublin’s shopping areas, with plenty shopping districts, busy streets with smaller shops, market places, malls and also many big shopping centers where you can find anything your hear desires under one roof.

No matter what’s your taste or what’s your budget, everyone in Dublin can get what they want as it’s a big selection and a big choice of shops.

Dublin shopping is a good place to get what you want, have a brilliant bargain and have unbeatable shopping experience.


Arnotts Department Store

Arnotts, 12 Henry Street, Dublin 1

Arnotts is the largest and oldest Ireland’s shop and dates back to 1843. Boasting top fashion and homeware brands, Arnotts remains one of the biggest shopping centers today. A unique department store has over 700 international brands and over 100 exclusive Irish craft brands.

Opening hours

Mon/Tue/Wed    9.30am – 7pm

Thursday             9.30am – 9pm          Friday  9.3am  8pm

Saturday              9am      – 7pm         Sunday   11am – 7pm

Brown Thomas Department Store

Brown Thomas on Grafton Street is world famous, most prestigious and most expensive department stores in Dublin and all Ireland.

At the entrance door a porter will meet, great and open doors for you. Department stores in Brown Thomas are divided into three categories: beauty, fashion and living.

Women can get their make-up done at make-up counters: try new lips tip, powder and get tons of generous advises. Brown Thomas Dublin also has Barbers, fine dining Restaurant, Bar & Cafe for a coffee and a quick bite.

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Grafton Street

Grafton Street in Dublin is Ireland’s famous shopping street also known around the world, located in the heart of Dublin city with an impressive selection of retails stores, plenty of designer boutiques, refined clothing stores and other shops selling jewellery, highest quality shoes, leather products, clothes also historical buildings and coffee shops. Grafton Street experience is the one, which you’ll never forget.

There are two main shopping places on Grafton Street:

  • Brown Thomas 
  • St.Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre

St Stephen's Green Shopping Centre

 St Stephen’s Green, West, Dublin, D02 HX65

At the top of Grafton Street there is another shopping Centre- St. Stephen’s Green. It was opened in 1988 and with over 100 stores will have to offer something to everyone. There is also cafes, bars and restaurants for those, who want to sit-down, relax and have a bite.

St.Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre is just a cross from St.Stephen’s Green Park.

Opening hours

Mon/Tue/Wed   9am – 7pm

Thursday   9am – 9pm     Friday   9am – 7pm

Saturday  9am – 7pm    Sunday   11am – 6pm

Georges Street Arcade

Fashionistas can find what they are looking for in the nearby George Street Arcade- a more bohemian affair where you find lots of vintage clothes, accessories, food vendors, second-hand books and jewellery.

Powerscourt Centre

59 William St S, Dublin 2

Airy, Georgian building featuring shops for designer apparel, jewelry & antiques, plus restaurants.

Opening hours   Mon/Tue/Wed  10am to 6pm   Thurs 10am to 8pm

Friday 10am to 6pm     Saturday 9am to 6pm Sunday   12pm to 6pm 

Eason O' Connell Street

 40 O’Connell Street Lower, North City, Dublin, D01 PY90

Chain retailer of books, newspapers, magazines and stationery; some stock computer accessories.

Opening hours 


Henry Street Shopping

Henry Street is another very popular shopping area, which is nearly always very crowded as there are plenty of small and big shops where you can get anything you desire. Henry Street is home to four shopping places:

  • Arnots
  • Debenhams
  • Jervis
  • Ilac

Featuring 4 shopping places on Henry Street, everyone gets what is looking for- weather its clothes, shoes, accessories, home stuff, food or beauty stuff. Shopping places on Henry Street have an unmissable collection of fashion, beauty, homewares and gifts.  When the sales are on, you could bag yourself a fantastic bargain.There are plenty of coffee shops and catering establishments to recharge.

Moore Street Shopping Mall

58 Parnell Street, Dublin

Moore Street Plaza is a unique retail development located in the heart of the city. The landmark building occupies a pivotal location acting as a natural gateway into the prime retail area of Henry Street. The shopping precinct of Henry Street, Moore Street and Mary Street is the largest in Ireland with over 2,000,000 sq ft of retail floor space.

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Opening hours

Pennys (Primark) Store Mary Street

47 Mary Street, Dublin 1

Discount fashion chain offering clothes and accessories for all ages, plus homewares.

Opening hours

Monday      08:30 – 20:00    Tuesday    08:30 – 20.00
Wednesday08:30 – 20:00    Thursday  08:30 – 21:00
Friday          08:30 – 21:00    Saturda08:30 – 19:00

Sunday        10:00 – 19:00


Capel Street Shopping

OVER THE LAST few years, Capel Street has emerged as arguably the most exciting food quarter and unusual shopping area in the capital. The street is home to a diverse selection of restaurants serving food from across the globe as well as a strange variety of shops that cant be found elsewhere in the city!

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Ilac Shopping Centre

Ilac Shopping centre opened in 1981 and is the first shopping centre in Dublin city centre. It houses over 80 stores: 13 catering places from waiter service to self service and take aways, 11 homewares stores and 28 fashion and accessory departments. It has three entracies from:

  • Henry Street       Parnell Street       Moore Street

On the first floor there is National Library, and that’s why you constantly will see coming in and leaving book lovers. But what makes Ilac Shopping Centre unique, is the fact, that underneath Library, there is a small chapel. Ilac Shopping Centre is the only Shopping centre in Ireland featuring a chapel.

Opening hours       Mon/Tue/Wed   9am – 6.30pm

Thursday   9am – 9pm     Fri/Sat     9am – 6.30pm

Sunday     11am – 6.30pm

Jervis Shopping Centre

The Jervis Shopping Centre is a major shopping centre in Dublin, Ireland. Opened in 1996, the centre is located in the area bordered by Jervis Street, Upper Abbey Street, Mary Street, and Liffey Street. The centre has a total of 70 stores including clothing, food and electrical outlets.

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Opening hours     Mon/Tue/Wed     9am – 6.30pm   

Thursday           9am – 9pm     Friday        9am – 7pm

Saturday     9am – 7pm            Sunday     11am – 6.30pm

Blanchardstown Centre

 Blanchardstown Road South, Blanchardstown, Dublin

The Blanchardstown Centre is one of Ireland’s largest shopping centres, located in Blanchardstown, Dublin 15.. It opened in October 1996 and was extended in 2004 to create extra retail space. Home to over 180 stores, 3 Retail Parks and 25 Restaurants, it is located just outside Dublin City on the N3, (M50 exit 6) linked to all major motorways making it Ireland’s most accessible and largest destination shopping centre. Parking is completely free.

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37 From Baggot St. / Wilton Terrace Towards Blanchardstown Centre

Opening hours  Mon – Fri    ….9am – 9pm

Saturday    ….9am – 7pm                Sunday      … 10am – 6pm

Blackrock Shopping Centre

 Frascati Rd, Blackrock, Co. Dublin

The Centre is based in the heart of the town of Blackrock, Dublin on the main arterial route of Frascati Road close to the DART station. With over 40 shops to choose from and one of the best SuperValu’s in Dublin, plus car parking on site, you can get all you need from food, fashion, footwear, accessories, healthcare, books, mobile care to flowers.  Picture by

Busses 7,7a  from Mountjoy Square to Blackrock

Dart from Connolly Station to Blackrock

Opening hours Mon/Tue/Wed  9am – 6pm   Thur/Fri – 9am – 9pm Saturday  9am – 6pm              Sunday 12pm – 6pm 

Bloomfield Shopping Centre

111 George’s Street Lower, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, A96 V9V6

Over 500 parking spaces available on two levels and with convenient street level pedestrian access from Lower Georges Street.

All your needs under one roof! An excellent range of top class food, clothing and grooming products available in the bright open and easily navigated mall, all our shopping facilities are on one level for ease and convenience.

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Busses  7,7a & 46a   to Dun Laoghaire

Dart     from Connolly Station to Dun Laoghaire

Charlestown Shopping Centre

St Margaret’s Rd, Finglas North, Dublin, D11 YY11

It is just off the M50 with loads of parking spaces, so pop in anytime to experience the relaxed atmosphere and enjoy a coffee, a bite to eat, or to catch up with a bit of shopping.

Charlestown provides an enviable blend of retailers offering its customers choice, style and variety complemented by a unique contemporary retailing environment, which has set the standard for shopping centre design and finish.  Picture by charlestown shopping centre.

Opening hours   Mon/Tue    9am – 8pm       Wed   9am – 9pm

Thurs/Fri/Sat     9am – 10pm         Sunday     10am – 7pm 

Busses 9,40,40a & 40c from Parnell Street to Charlstown Centre, Finglas.


Citywest Shopping Centre

Citywest Rd, Citywest, Dublin

Citywest Shopping Centre was opened in September 2007 providing a convenient shopping destination for its custonmers. The newly opened Luas line to Saggart from Tallaght and City Centre provides for a Luas stop direclty outside Citywest Shopping Centre thereby opening up its customer base which continues to grow.

Located adjacent to Citywest Business Campus and on the main Citywest Road, Citywest Shopping Centre is highly accessible and benefits from ample surface and basement car parking. Pic by citywest business campus.

Opening hours   Mon/Tue/Wed   9am – 7pm    Thurs/Fri 9am – 9pm

                     Saturday  9am – 7pm                  Sunday   12pm – 6pm 

Busses    65, 65b, 69 and 77a.  and Luas Tram service every 10min

Cornelscourt Shopping Centre

Old Bray Rd

Dunnes Stores Opening hours

Mon7:00 – 23:00 
Tue7:00 – 23:00 
Wed7:00 – 23:00 
Thu7:00 – 0:00 
Fri7:00 – 0:00 
Sat7:00 – 0:00 
Sun7:00 – 23:00

Beacon South Quarter

 Blackthorn Road, Sandyford, Dublin

Beacon South Quarter is located at the foot of the Dublin mountains in the business district of Sandyford, Dublin 18 just beside the M50.

The centre incorporating 723 apartments, 25,500 m2 retail, 3700 m2 offices, and Imaginosity (Dublin’s Childrens Museum) with 2 Plazas on 2 levels.

The Courtyard: Retail, Off-licence and Gym The Plaza. Food outlets, Medical Centres, Banking and Residential.

The Plaza, complete with outdoor seating for sunny days, boasts a line-up of international restaurants to please all palates whilst O’Brien’s Wines flagship store offers personalised services for small orders to wedding and corporate tastings.

Dunnes Stores, over 2 floor, showcases their homewares, clothing and food ranges and with 2-hour free parking throughout the Quarter there is time to enjoy all it has to offer.

There are 948 residential apartments and extensive underground parking, secure bike racks and BSQ is served by frequent buses, Luas and hourly Air Coach

Dun Laoghaire Shopping Centre

Numerous Shops, Coffee Bars and Multi-story Car Park. 120 metres from the Ferry Terminal. Extended in 1990 the centre now comprises 132,000 sq. ft. of retail space on three levels with multi-storey parking for 360 cars. With entrances on Marine Road and Georges Street it is conveniently located in the centre of town. Pic by

Opening hours         Monday – Saturday  8am to 9pm

                                   Sunday              9am to 7pm 

Busses  7,7a & 46a   to Dun Laoghaire

Dart     from Connolly Station to Dun Laoghaire

Frascati Shopping Centre

Frascati Rd, Blackrock, Co. Dublin

Development at the new Frascati Centre in Blackrock is nearly finished creating a new shopping and dining experience for you.  New brands have opened Aldi and the Food Quarter includes a new McDonalds and Five Guys, Kays Kitchen and Café Nero are coming.  An extensive new Health & Beauty Zone, including a new Peter Mark, Sugar Daddy, Sugar Coated along with a beauty salon, medical centre and a new gym are due to open soon.

Dundrum Town Centre

 16 Sandyford Rd, Dundrum, Dublin

“Dundrum Town Centre” is a shopping centre located in Dundrum, Dublin, Ireland. It is Ireland’s largest shopping centre with over 169 tenants, almost 140,000 m² square metres of floor space, and over 3,400 car parking spaces. It is located just south of the town centre of Dundrum. Pic by

Opening hours     Monday to Friday     9am to 9pm

Saturday       9am to 7pm           Sunday     10am to 7pm 

Busses  44,44b & 116

Luas Tram service every 10 mins from city centre 

Cityscape Express City Transit service links Dublin Airport – Red Cow Luas – Dundrum 32 times a day.


Liffey Valey Shopping Centre

22 Fonthill Rd, Palmerstown Upper, Dublin 22

Liffey Valley Shopping Centre is located just off the M50 (exit 7 M4 towards Sligo). It’s a great location for a pitstop between Dublin and the West of Ireland. A great choice of cafes, restaurants & fast food, plus a large M&S food store. For shopping, it’s one of Ireland’s premier shopping centres and for those staying in the city it is easily reached by bus with Routes 13 & 40 also serving other great tourist spots like Trinity College, Guinness Storehouse, MOMA, Kilmainham & Phoenix Park. For those looking for a girls weekend of shopping and fun, it is served by Flybus straight from the Airport and has a Clarion Hotel located across the road. Pic by irishexaminer

Opening hours   Mon/Tue    9.30 to 7pm 

 Wed/Thurs/Fri                   9.30 to 9pm 

Saturday  9.30am to 7pm         Sunday   11am to 7pm 

Busses 26, 40 & 40b from city

Ikea Dublin

St. Margarets Road, Ballymun
Dublin 11

Ireland’s biggest store of all household products ,furniture and more besides!

Opening hours


Monday10:00 – 21:00
Tuesday10:00 – 21:00
Wednesday10:00 – 21:00
Thursday10:00 – 21:00
Friday10:00 – 22:00
Saturday10:00 – 21:00
Sunday10:00 – 20:00

Merrion Centre

Merrion Rd, Dublin 4, D04 W8W2

The Merrion Centre in Dublin, Ireland is a shopping centre situated at the junction of Nutley Lane with Merrion Road. It serves the community of Dublin 4. It is anchored by the Tesco supermarket and the Japanese embassy is located in the centre.Pic by

Busses from city

7From Mountjoy Sq. Towards Brides Glen Luas Stop
7aFrom Mountjoy Sq. Towards Loughlinstown

From D’Olier St. Towards Shankill

Dart every 10 min from Connolly Station

Opening hours    Monday to Friday     7am to 11pm

Saturday    7am to 10pm     Sunday     9am to 9pm

Nutgrove Shopping Centre

Nutgrove Ave, Rathfarnham, Dublin

Nutgrove Shopping Centre is a shopping centre located in Rathfarnham, South Dublin, Ireland. Anchor tenants include Tesco, McDonald’s, Dunnes Stores, Penneys and Argos.

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Busses from city

61From Eden Quay Towards Whitechurch

Opening hours  

Monday & Tuesday9am – 6pm
Wednesday9am – 7pm
Thursday & Friday9am – 9pm
Saturday9am – 6pm
Sunday12pm – 6pm
Bank Holidays12pm – 6pm

Omni Park Shopping Centre

Swords Rd, Whitehall, Dublin, D09 HH61

Omni Park is a large shopping centre and retail park in the Republic of Ireland. Located in Santry, in the north of Dublin close to the M50 motorway. It comprises over 28,600 square metres of retail space in 86 retail units over 2 floors of an indoor shopping mall and also several outlets externally.Picture by

Busses from city 

33From Lower Abbey St. Towards Balbriggan
41From Lower Abbey St. Towards Swords Manor
41bFrom Lower Abbey St. Towards Rolestown
41cLower Abbey St. Towards Swords Manor

Pavillions Shopping Centre

Malahide Rd, Swords Demesne, Swords, Co. Dublin

Pavilions is north Dublin’s premier shopping centre with over 90 great shops, restaurants and cafes as well as the 11 screen Movies@Swords cinema all under one roof. 
Open 7 days a week, a shopping trip to Pavilions could not be easier. 
Conveniently located on the Malahide Road just off the M1 with over 2000 car parking spaces and the first 2 hours free.​

Busses from city Lower Abbey Street  33,41,41b & 41c

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Opening hours   Mon/Tues   9am to 8pm    Wed/Thurs/Fri  9am to 9pm  Sat 9 to 6pm   Sun 10 to 6pm

Stillorgan Village Shopping Centre

 Lower Kilmacud Rd, Stillorgan, Dublin

Stillorgan Village, found at Stillorgan Town Centre in Co Dublin, is an excellent shopping centre with a range of amenities. This comprehensive centre is the perfect place to shop for fashion for him, her and children. Visitors will also find a range of shops carrying accessories, such as footwear, eyewear, jewellery and home accessories. Stillorgan Village also boasts supermarkets and a number of casual restaurants, making it the perfect place for a day out. 

Stillorgan Village is open daily and has more than 550 free car parking spaces. The centre is also served by Dublin Bus and is a 20-minute walk from the Sandyford Luas stop.

Opening hours   Mon/Tue/Wed   9am to 6pm    Thurs/Fri  9am to 9pm

Saturday 9am to 6pm     Sunday   12pm to 6pm

The Square Tallaght

Belgard Square E, Tallaght, Dublin, D24 ND77

At The Square in Tallaght, County Dublin there is a great selection of shops including Dunnes Stores, Tesco and Lifestyle. There is a large UCI cinema, jungle gym for children and a selection of fast food restaurants and cafés. The area is well developed, with a bowling alley, quasar, hotel and pubs close by. It is easily accessible by public transport. Picture by Brenda Fitzsimons The Irish Times

Busses from city   27,56a & 65  and also Dublin Airport Hopper

Luas  Red Line from city ,taking the Tallaght Tram.

9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
11:00 AM – 6:00 PM

Swan Shopping Centre

 6 Rathmines Rd Lower, Dublin 6

30 Stores – Fashion, Gifts, Books, Groceries and Restaurants, Secure Parking, Located in the Centreof Rathmines, 8–screen multiplex cinema, Dunnes Stores.

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Monday – Friday9am – 9pm
Saturday9am – 8pm
Sunday/Bank Holidays10am – 8pm