Accessibility

Whatever your level of mobility, there’s a full range services and supports to make your time in Dublin as smooth as possible.

 

Finding accessible places to eat, sleep, and drink or things to do:

Access Earth is a home-grown free accessibility user generated database website that is also available as an android app. There is specific information on accessibility features of restaurants, venues, hotels and tourist attractions:

More details: http://access.earth/index.php

 

Public Transport: 

Dublin Bus

100% of all buses are low floor buses with one space for a person using a wheelchair. Wheelchairs can be accommodated up to a size of 70cm wide and 120cm long. Dublin bus is also working towards becoming more accessible for those with sensory and learning difficulties. More details: https://www.dublinbus.ie/Your-Journey1/Accessibility/

Luas

All Luas trams and platforms are fully wheelchair accessible.

Irish Rail

There are wheelchair spaces on each train, but spaces are limited so booking in advance is encouraged. Staff are available to assist, but 24 hours’ notice is required to ensure ramps can be set up at the appropriate stations. More information: http://www.irishrail.ie/travel-information/disabled-access

Taxi’s 

There are numerous wheelchair friendly taxi companies in Dublin. They can be found using https://mobilitymojo.com/or alternatively just searching “wheelchair accessible taxis Dublin” on Google. 

 

Assisted Accommodation: 

The Irish Wheelchair Association recommends Carmel Fallon Centre in Clontarf for accessible and supported holidays and breaks to people with disabilities and their families/carers. More information: http://www.iwa.ie/information/locations/item/iwa-location-4