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  • All you’ll need for a visit to Dublin.
  • Sackville St (present day O' Connell St.)
  • GPO, O' Connell St

The Tour

In just 2 hours, this Fáilte Ireland-approved, award-winning and entertaining walking tour, conducted by our guides, history graduates of Trinity College Dublin and the National University of Ireland, explores the main features of Irish history - Dublin's development, the influence of the American and French Revolutions, the Potato Famine, the Great War and the 1916 Rising, the War of Independence, the Northern conflict and Ireland today.

Meeting Point: Trinity College front gate.
From there we go to Trinity College, Old Parliament House, Temple Bar, City Hall, Dublin Castle, Wood Quay, Christ Church Cathedral, Four Courts.
Summer (May-Sept): daily 11am & 3pm
Spring/Autumn (April & Oct): daily 11am
Winter (Nov-March): Fri/Sat/Sun 11am
Individual: €12, €10 students and seniors (under 14s free).
Pay guide on the day, book at Dublin Tourism offices or Buy Online
Prices include 13.5% Vat.
Group Booking/Enquiries: Available all year round at any time, €215.65 per group/guide, €192.95 per guide if more than one guide is required.
Prices include 13.5% Vat.
School, university and conference groups are a speciality.

Variations on a theme are also available for group bookings or those who want to focus solely on certain specialised aspects of Irish History.
Variations on a theme
(available for private/group bookings)
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