Convention Centre Dublin
Spencer Dock, N Wall Quay, North Wall, Dublin 1, D01 T1W6
The CCD is Ireland’s first purpose-built international conference centre and the location of IACT2022.
Designed by Pritzker award-winning Irish-born architect Kevin Roche, The CCD quickly became a landmark building on Dublin’s skyline when it opened in 2010. Its stunning glass-fronted atrium gives visitors panoramic views of the River Liffey, Dublin city centre and the Wicklow mountains.
- 22 Purpose-built meeting rooms
- 1,995 Seat Auditorium with full theatrical stage and fly tower
- 4,371 Square metres of exhibition space
- 3,000 Theatre capacity for delegates in The Forum
- 2,000 Guests catered for in our banqueting facilities
- 6 Spacious foyer areas –with stunning views of Dublin City, bay and mountains on upper foyer levels
- 2 Large cargo lifts including a truck container lift
- Cutting edge technology and wi-fi throughout
- Intimate boardrooms, large and small halls and meeting rooms
Getting Here & Parking
The CCD sits at the heart of Dublin’s transport hub with excellent road, rail and bus connections, meaning it is easily accessible for all.
The CCD is easily accessible by road, given its city centre location and proximity to Ireland’s motorway network. It is also next to the Samuel Beckett Bridge which spans the River Liffey, aiding access between the North and South of the city.
If you are using a satellite navigation system, please enter the coordinates
N 53 20 51.5, W 6 14 24.6
PARKING IN & NEAR THE CONVENTION CENTRE DUBLIN
For all car parking locations, interactive maps/Google map links & advance online booking in and near the CCD, please CLICK HERE
If your preferred car park is full, though it cannot be booked in advance, there is always availability at the large 880 spaces Point Village Square (10 minutes walk from CCD).
*** UPDATE – advance online booking at the CCD car park is no longer available so please be aware that availability for this car park is on a first come first served basis only. ***
The CCD is less than five minutes walk from the Docklands station, and less than ten minutes’ walk from Connolly, Pearse and Grand Canal stations.
The DART rail line services all of these stations.
The LUAS red line runs directly behind The CCD and also links, Connolly and Heuston railway stations.
Leap Cards are quicker and cheaper than paying for single fares with cash and they can be used to pay-as-you-go on Dublin Bus, LUAS and DART. You can purchase them in a number of outlets around Dublin.
The CCD is serviced by a number of Dublin Bus routes.