NORTH WALL AREA OF DUBLIN
The Point Luas stop is the easternmost terminus of the docklands extension of the Luas Red Line light rail system.
This Luas link to Tallaght connects the Point Village to other transport options, including the DART, suburban rail, Busáras, mainline rail, and the future Dublin Metro.
The Dublin Port Tunnel southern portal is located nearby.
There are a few entities, at the same location, called “The Point” in Dublin.
The most famous one is the Point Theatre, which was a concert and events venue that operated from 1988 to 2007. It was located on the North Wall Quay of the River Liffey, amongst the Dublin Docklands. The Point was closed in the middle of 2007 for a major redevelopment and underwent a rebranding as The O2 in July 2008. The O2 is now a world-class entertainment venue that hosts a wide variety of events, including concerts, sporting events, and conferences.
Another place called “The Point” in Dublin is Point Square. Point Square is a shopping mall and entertainment complex that is located next to the 3Arena. It is home to a number of stores, restaurants, and a cinema.
Point Square is a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. Finally, there is also a tram stop called “The Point”.