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The Exhibition at NUI Galway will return in 2022

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Outdoor events, tours and workshops details to follows

To make the most of your day and enjoy the slightly quieter period in the morning, arrive early.

Bring along the centrefold in the Galway Advertiser, issued on Thursday 21st November with all details of the workshops and a map of the campus.

There are stewards throughout the campus, feel free to ask them for information, guidance or directions.

Ensure your child knows your mobile number, put it on a piece of paper in their pocket.

In case you get separated arrange a meeting point, especially in the Bailey Allen Hall.

Due to health and safety buggies are not permitted in the main exhibition area of the Bailey Allen Hall.

A secure and supervised buggy room will be available at the Bank of Ireland Theatre next to the O’Donoghue Centre to ensure that your belongings are safe.

Galway City Buses routes 402,404,405 and 411 depart from Eyre square to NUI Galway on Sunday’s every 40 to 60 minutes and the Bailey Allen Hall is near University Road bus stop.

Parking for the Exhibition is free all day on the NUI Galway campus. 

It is strongly advised to park at the Corrib Village (on the N59 Clifden Road) and avail of the Park & Ride service, running every 15 mins from 09.30am to 6.30pm.  The drop-off & pick up area will be in front of the Orbsen building (Green Zone).

If you would like to bring a packed lunch, there are many picnic areas on the campus.

Restaurants that will be open on the day include:

  • Moffets, Orbsen Building (Green Zone) hot and cold food
  • The College Bar (Blue Zone), beside the Bailey Allen Hall entrance. Hot and cold food
  • Smokey Joes, Arts & Science Concourse (Red Zone) coffee, tea and refreshments
  • Bialannn Restaurant, Arts & Science Concourse (Red Zone)  which provides a wide selection of hot and cold food and has ample seating.

The sensory room is available all day in the Human Biology Building (Blue Zone) beside the Medtronic Experience,  for that much needed time out and downtime.

A space for children and families to come and relax, the room includes special lighting, music and objects.

Supported by GAP and Medtronic