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Adelaide Casino Sligo

Billing itself as Sligo’s premier casino and located in the centre of the city, the Adelaide Casino is open from eleven in the morning until late at night seven days a week. Promising a warm welcome and plenty of entertainment to keep you amused, there is both a large gaming area and an impressive poker floor, meaning that the majority of your casino needs are met.

If you’d like to gain entry to the Adelaide Casino then you’ll be pleased to know that you can do so for free. You do need to become a member, but this is a simple and quick procedure that is open to anyone over the age of eighteen with valid photographic ID. You can even complete your membership application form in advance if you’d like to make the whole procedure a little quicker for yourself.

Adelaide Casino Sligo

56 Wine St, Abbeyquarter North, Sligo, Ireland

Casino Games


There is a whole floor dedicated to gaming machines at the Adelaide Casino. You’ll find the majority of the latest games can be played here and there are also linked jackpots, meaning that you can win big if things work out for you.


There are a couple of Blackjack tables that you can play on here. They not only offer the standard ’21’ type rules that you’ll be used to from other casinos but also some outside bets such as different coloured high cards getting rewarded. As is now standard in most venues, you can also buy insurance against the house hitting Blackjack if the circumstances allow.


Roulette is available in electronic form at the Adelaide Casino. This means that you won’t have to worry about hustling and bustling with other players, letting the computer worry about where to place the chips and how much you’re owed when you win. There are ten different electronic roulette machines to choose from, too, so you’re unlikely to struggle to find a place at one of the tables.


It’s the slot machines that tend to dominate proceedings at Adelaide Casino with numerous games on offer from all around the world. Other than that, it’s just the standard casino games mentioned here that you’ll be able to play.


Aside from the slots the biggest appeal at the Adelaide Casino is its poker. There are regular games on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, as well as Texas Hold’em cash games that you can play throughout the month. They take their poker seriously here, so there’s also a poker league that you can get involved with if that’s something that interests you.

Bars & Restaurants

It’s not that there is a bar or restaurant, per se, but there is an area where you can watch live sport on three large TV screens. There’s also the ability to get some refreshments if you’re enjoying your gaming experience too much to want to leave. Both snacks and drinks are available.


Are you over eighteen? Do you have a valid photo ID such as a driving license or passport? If so, then you’ll be able to get yourself membership to Sligo’s premier casino without an issue. In fact, the management reserves the right to grant you temporary membership even if you can’t find a valid photo ID, so smile sweetly and be nice and you never know. You do need to be over eighteen, though, that’s a deal breaker, and you must be a member in order to enter the casino.

Player Rewards

At the time of writing, there’s no player rewards scheme on offer, but that could change at any time. If this is something that really bothers you, then mention it to the team and they’ll let you know if there are plans to add one in the future.

Getting There

The Adelaide Casino can be found in the Southern part of Sligo, on the South side of the river. If you like a landmark or two to let you know where you’re heading then it’s a matter of minutes away from the Quayside Shopping Centre and, funnily enough, the Quayside itself. Depending on how quickly you walk it’s around five minutes away from Sligo Town Hall and the Yeats Memorial Building.

Should you be the sort of person that likes to use public transport to get around the place then you’ll no doubt be delighted to learn that Sligo Train Station is just a short walk from the casino. Both buses and trains stop there, though the Magheraboy / Spar Opposite Sligo Bus Station bus stop is even closer. Sligo / Sligo Depot bus stop is probably less than a minute from the Adelaide Casino on foot, too. In other words, there are loads of options for your journey.