(population 27,923) is a dormitory town for Dublin City.
It developed originally as a seaside resort town after the railway
arrived in the 19th century. As a result, the buildings on the
seafront are all B&Bs, hotels, or amusement arcades. Further
inland are the shopping and business areas.
House (1618), about 3 kilometres south of Bray, features one
of Ireland's oldest gardens.
National Sea-Life Centre on the seafront.
town is sandwiched between Bray Golf Club to the north and a
Par 3 Golf Course to the south on Bray Head, and there are several
more golf courses within reach.
Coastal walk around Bray Head from Bray to Greystones.
Bray International Leisure Bowl near the seafront offers ten-pin
bowling, snooker, pool, and a children's play area.
Bray Heritage Centre
Brennanstown Horse Riding School in Hollybrook.
trains to Dublin run every five minutes or so during rush hour
and every 20 minutes or so at other times.
Dublin Bus numbers 45 (leaving Dublin at Hawkins Street) and
84 (leaving Dublin at Eden Quay) run every 45 minutes or so.
details for Bray
& District Chamber Of Commerce
County Enterprise Board
Back to Top