Getting There

When: 7th and 8th March. 2020

Where: TOG Hackerspace, 22 Blackpitts, Dublin 8 (D08 P3K4)

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Definitely possible. Requires use of feet and consumes calories. Make sure distance possible before reaching exhaustion. Finish in location shown in map above.


Yes possible. We recommend torus wheels, but other solids of constant diameter should work.  There are outdoor bike racks to lock up your bike. Like in the photo below (some bikes may have moved on the day)

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A way of biking without purchasing or building one yourself. The nearest Dublinbikes stations to TOG hackerspace are Golden Lane, Kevin Street, Grantham Street.

Dublin Bus:

A bus is a big brum brum car that can hold many people. If you travel this way you will become one of them. Here’s a list of buses that travel near TOG.

The 49 and the 54a are the closest;

  • Coming from town (both busses leave from Stop ID: 342 between Trinity College and AIB/The Westin on College St) get off at Stop ID: 2388, outside Passion For Food (only five or six stops). Cross the road, walk down Donovan’s Lane, and TOG is inside the gated area to your left.
  • The bus back into town is the same side of the road as TOG, Stop ID: 2635.


There is local on-street parking, typically pay-and-display Monday-Friday until 7pm, but science hack day is the weekend hence you defeating the system. Some spaces available on the grounds of TOG on a first come – first parked basis.


The entirety of the space is on the ground floor. It is a raised ground floor, but there are ramps up to the entrance.