Revealing Grangegorman - Free Family Events

Published: 25 May, 2023

TU Dublin is hosting Revealing Grangegorman, an exciting programme of events for the community to enjoy and see the extensive transformation the University is bringing to Dublin 7.

In conjunction with the GDA, the  HSE and Workday, TU Dublin is hosting a series of free activities on the June Bank Holiday weekend - see the full programme here. On Saturday, 03 June, come and explore our new campus with free family activities such as an Alien Mystery Tour and Quad Quest. 

Grangegorman Alien Mystery Tour Hosted by the TU Dublin STEM Ensemble

Saturday, 03 June from 12 to 2pm 

Something strange is going on in the Grangegorman campus! The birds have stopped singing. Strange lights appear in the sky late at night.

This is a call for teams of puzzle-solving adventure-seekers to take part in Grangegorman Alien Mystery, a family-friendly technology-enabled "treasure hunt". Explore the Grangergorman campus and search for evidence of alien activity. Put your puzzle-solving skills to the test as your family searches for clues about what is happening at our university.


This free event is for families with children between the ages of 7 and 12 and is brought to you by STEM Ensemble, TU Dublin. Each team needs to have a smartphone to take part.  

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Quad Quest

Central Quad Atrium

Saturday, 03 June from 12 to 4pm

Curious about the subjects that TU Dublin students study in the Grangegorman Campus?

Come along to Quad Quest at the Central Quad, Grangegorman, on 03 June to try out some of our subjects. Complete a series of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths mini-challenges, including Robot Racing, virtual reality, fun with Chemistry, the "seven spells" Maths challenges and the Maths Maze. Challenges are suitable for all ages and are based on the subjects that students learn about on the Grangegorman campus.

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Are you interested in exploring Grangegorman? Find out more about a series of events hosted by TU Dublin here.