Getting To Maynooth
- From Dublin City Centre, follow the signposts N4/M4 (The West) for 25 km and take EXIT 7 for Maynooth.
- From the West, North West and the Midlands, follow the signposts for Dublin and take EXIT 7 on the M4 for Maynooth.
- From Belfast and the North East, take the A1/M1 to Dublin, leave the M1 at exit 3 and follow the M50 Southbound to exit 7 (The West) to join the N4/M4 heading west and take EXIT 7 for Maynooth.
- From Cork, Limerick, the South/ South West, take the M7 or M8 for Dublin, after Naas take EXIT 7 (Straffan) for Maynooth.
- From Waterford and the South East, take the M9 to the M7 for Dublin, after Naas take EXIT 7 for Maynooth.
- From Dublin, the North and the East, a regular train service is available to Maynooth from Pearse Station, Tara Street, Connolly station, Dromcondra, Broombridge, Ashtown, Navan Road Parkway, Castleknock, Coolmine, Clonsilla, Leixlip Confey and Louisa Bridge.
- From Sligo, Maynooth is accessible by direct train service from seven counties to the west, (via the Sligo line) Sligo, Roscommon, Leitrim, Longford, Westmeath, Meath and Kildare.
- From other rail lines i.e. Waterford, Cork, Tralee, Limerick, Galway, Westport and Ballina lines, access to Maynooth is via Heuston Station Dublin, rest of journey by bus (66 and 67A) see below.
- Please check the Irish Rail website for timetable information.
- From Dublin, Route 66 via Leixlip and Route 67A via Celbridge, both start at Pearse Street with a stop at Parkgate Street (near Heuston Train Station).
- Please check the Dublin Bus website for timetable information.
- From the rest of the country, see Bus Eireann provincial services or check with local bus operators
From the rest of the world
- The nearest airport is Dublin (about 35 mins by road) and the main carriers are Aer Lingus and Ryanair
- Ferry services from the U.K. to Dublin Port are available from Irish Ferries and Stena Line
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