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Bray.ie
...at the heart of it

Winner of 'Best Connected Community'
at the LAMA Community & Council Awards
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call the Bray District their home

Welcome to the gateway to Ireland’s Ancient East and the much-loved seaside resort.

Bray is a coastal town in County Wicklow and is situated about 20 km south of Dublin city centre on the east coast. It is the ninth-largest urban area within the Republic of Ireland.

Bray is the perfect safe staycation destination, whether it’s a family holiday or simply a weekend break. We’re home to some incredible experiences that you can’t get anywhere else. Find out more here.

Bray retailers, tourism providers and hospitality businesses have created a safe environment for customers and employees and are ready to give everyone a big welcome back so please help Bray bounce back and #ShopLocalFirst. Browse for the ‘Best of Bray‘ listings here.

We hope that you like our new-look and fresh, clean website design, which was built to be mobile-friendly so that you can easily access content from any device. Why not take a look around and enjoy the improved navigation and search functionality? Keep scrolling down (there are 9 sections on this page), then hit the menu button to explore things to see and do, eat and drink, places to stay + more.

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Bray is the perfect safe staycation destination, whether it’s a midterm family break or a weekend getaway so this autumn why not make a break for Bray.

Bray is home to...

Ireland’s oldest film studios, Ardmore Studios, the award-winning Bray Air Display, Bray Central – an impressive leisure, dining and retail development located in the heart of the thriving town of Bray (opening soon), Bray Emmets GAA Club which was founded in 1885Bray Wanderers Football Club with its home matches played at the Carlisle Grounds, East Coast FM Wicklow’s Favourite Radio Station, Mermaid Arts Centre – a leading space where ideas, creativity, imagination and artistic expression find a natural home and SEA LIFE Bray Aquarium – where you can discover an amazing underwater world. 

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Bray hosts some incredible festivals...

Simply move the mouse left to right and then click on the ‘Festival name’ of your choice for more info. Find out all about the festivals and events happening annually around our town here

Bray hosts some incredible festivals & events...

Swipe right and then click on the ‘Festival name’ of your choice for more info.

We’re an award-winning bunch...

It’s an honour and privilege to receive these awards. To be recognised like this is a true testament to hard work and dedication from some exceptional people in the District. Volunteerism is key and winning such awards wouldn’t be possible without the great support, enthusiasm and expertise from these community champions. Thank you! 

Bray.ie winner of 'Best Connected Community'
at the LAMA Community & Council Awards
Bray was runners-up
at the Bank of Ireland National Enterprise Town Awards 2018
'Best Use of Creativity in the Community’ Award
for ‘Brave Maeve Children’s Myth & Art Trail’ at the Business to Arts Awards 2018
Bray Air Display winner of
of ‘Best Event’ at The Irish Tourism Awards 2017
River Dargle Flood Defence Scheme
winner at the Engineers Ireland Excellence Awards 2018

Event News

Bray Air Display will return in 2022

It has been confirmed that the Bray Air Display will return in 2022.  Get the latest festival and event news by following us on our social media channels: Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.

Latest news

N11/M11 Improvement Scheme – Public Display Period Extended

Wicklow County Council is progressing the development of the N11/M11 Junction 4 to Junction 14 Improvement Scheme in partnership with Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, Transport Infrastructure Ireland and the Department of Transport. An online public display event commenced on the 30th of August 2021 and is ...
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Getting to Bray

Bray has a substantial public transport network, both north from Dublin and south from County Wicklow and County Wexford. 

Travelling by air 

To plan and book a flight to Ireland, please visit dublinairport.com. It takes approximately 34 min to drive from Dublin Airport (DUB) to Bray.

Travelling by train 

Bray is on the DART Rail Network. The town is also on the mainline Iarnród Éireann rail network which connects north to Connolly Station in Dublin city centre.

Travelling by bus

Six bus companies pass through Bray: Dublin BusGo-Ahead Ireland on behalf of Transport for Ireland, Bus ÉireannFinnegan’s BrayAircoachSt. Kevin’s Bus Service to Glendalough.

Travelling by car 

Bray lies along the M11 motorway corridor; an interchange at its northern side links with the M50 Dublin bypass.  

Car rentals 

Looking to hire a vehicle? … You can choose from a wide range of service providers including Irish Car Rentals, carhire.ieEuropcarHertz & NewWay. To see a full membership list please see the Car Rental Council of Ireland website.

Bray.ie is a trading name of Bray Tourism © 2021.

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