An Aerial Image of The Dunbrody
The three car parks located near the Visitor Centre can be seen in this image.

Parking at The Dunbrody Visitor Centre.

There is ample parking around and near The Dunbrody Famine Ship Visitor Centre.

The there are two car parks situated to the front of the building, both of which are Pay & Display and cost €1 per hour.

A third car park is located slightly to the back of the building and is also Pay & Display at €1 per hour.

Maher’s car park is located approximately 500m from the visitor centre and is Pay & Display. It costs €2.50 for the day. There is also an Ecars Charge point in this car park.

Parking is free on Sundays.

The Dunbrody Famine Ship is currently in dry dock for scheduled maintenance works with an expected return date of late July 2021.

The Captains Table Restaurant at the Dunbrody Visitor Centre is currently opened for outdoor dining and our sister attraction the Kennedy Homestead is opened to visitors 7 days a week from 9:30am-5:30pm. Looking forward to welcoming visitors aboard the Dunbrody later in the Summer, stay tuned to our social media platforms for updates.