How to get there on the day?
If you plan on attending Chrome this year, here is some important travel advice:
By Luas: Take the Luas Green Line and alight at the Sandyford Luas stop. On the day of the event, a complimentary shuttle bus service will be provided every 10 minutes between the Luas stop and the event site.
By Bus: The 114 bus to/from Blackrock DART station stops at the main gate of the racecourse. The racecourse is a 15-minute walk from the N11, which is served by several Dublin Bus routes, including the 46A, 145, and 155. A complimentary bus service will will be provided every 10 minutes between the carparks and the event site.
If driving via the M50 from the northside: Take exit 14 off the M50 and continue straight through the first roundabout at the top of the ramp. Proceed straight down through the traffic lights. At the next roundabout, take the third exit onto Leopardstown Road and then the first right to enter the racecourse.
If driving via the M50 from the southside: Drive from N11 and M50 to Sandyford, Dublin. Take exit 13 from M50. At junction 13, use the left lane to take the R113 exit to Sandyford/Dundrum. Take a slight left onto Kilgobbin Rd then turn left onto Leopardstown Rd, left onto Murphystown Way/R113 take the third exit onto Leopardstown Road and then the first right to enter the racecourse.
From Dublin City Centre: Head southeast on the N11 (Stillorgan dual carriageway), passing Stillorgan. Turn right at the traffic lights onto Leopardstown Road (R113), following the signpost for Leopardstown. Continue straight, and the entrance to Leopardstown will be on the left, just before the traffic lights in front of the roundabout.
Festival goers will have the option to utilise the park-and-ride service within Leopardstown grounds. See below our site map on further directions or you can view it on Google Maps
Only display vehicles can use the entrance at Junction 15. You can download our site map HERE.
The grounds will be open from Saturday, July 1st, from 15.00 PM – 18.00 PM for you to set up if you wish.
On Sunday, July 2nd, we ask that you try to have all vehicles in place before 10.00 AM as there will be limited access after this time. The grounds will open to the public at 11.00 AM.
If you have any questions, please email the team at email@example.com
Leopardstown was established in 1888
Located only six miles south of Dublin city centre, at the foot of the Dublin mountains,
It provides the perfect venue for Chrome: The Classic Car, Bike & Family Fesitval
With direct access off the M50 at junction 15, display cars can use this as their own entrance for peace of mind.
Additional parking on site for 1,600 cars and Free Bus Link from the Sandyford LUAS stop