UCD Festival

UCD Festival

UCD, Saturday 8th June 2019

UCD Festival 2019 – Be part of this special day that celebrates the innovation and creativity, with hands-on science, workshops, talks, debates, performances, tours and exhibitions. Last year over 16,500 festival goers joined in for a day of thinking, creating, innovating, discovering and fun-making. Jump in and get involved!

Looking to create, invent, discover and explore the past, present and future? Join in on Saturday June 8th, from 12pm until 6pm, as visitors of all ages are invited to let loose their imaginations. With eight festival zones and 100 free events to enjoy, there's plenty to choose from in a jam-packed day of hands-on fun at the UCD Festival.


Date:
Saturday 8th June 2019
Time:
12.00pm - 6.00pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
University College Dublin, Belfield, Ireland

Google Map of University College Dublin, Belfield, Ireland

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