Continuing with our pursuit for more interesting gems of the city we headed to our friends, The Science Gallery.
They were running their Green Machines exhibit, and kindly gave us a table space to talk to people as they entered and left the main exhibit.
Our process was set as a simple one, grab people and ask them what their hidden gems of the city are. We had a sheet of post-it notes and a UV pen, so that the written gems are actually secret, and you needed to use our UV light to view and read other people “secret” gems.
This was great fun, and we found that the patrons of the Science Gallery are very disposed to discussing and sharing their views, which really made our lives very easy.
Below are some of our gems that we got
Lord Iveagh had an underground passage into the Iveagh Gardens which he used to frequent with ladies of the night
The rose garden in Trinity College
The George Bernard Shaw pub on Richmond St South has a blue double decker bus out the back that usually serves pizza