Passport for Leisure

January 2019

Unfortunately, we are no longer able to accept online or postal applications for Passport For Leisure. If your application was received by 31 December 2018, you will receive your new card within three weeks. If you are an existing card holder, you may continue to avail of all services until the expiry date printed on your card.

Dublin City Council are introducing a replacement card for Over 60’s and we will update this page when more information is available. For the latest information, please refer to our Facebook Page.

The main website remains here for the benefit of existing card holders.

It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day…

If you are 55 or older, Dublin City Council wants to help you live a more active and exciting life.

As part of the Lord Mayor’s Special Initiative for older people, Embracing Ageing, we are pleased to offer you your own Passport for Leisure. Your passport offers you free and discounted leisure opportunities in Ireland’s most vibrant city. Rock 'n' Roll

What your Passport gives you

For just €10, your annual Passport for Leisure includes vouchers and discounts worth hundreds of euro. Membership entitles cardholder to discounts offered by businesses throughout the city.

It’s been the best 15 months of my life.” RTE Radio 1 reporter Valerie Cox hears how the Passport for Leisure gives members a new lease of life: listen here

Whether you are already an avid sporting enthusiast, artist or musician, or whether you would like to experience something new – perhaps something you’d always dreamed of trying – let your Passport and directory inspire you.


No lycra required The wide range of activities available includes:

Growing older doesn’t have to mean slowing down. Now is the time to fully embrace life, and the abundant opportunities Dublin has to offer.

It’s your life, live it. It’s your city – enjoy it.

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