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Dublin Historical Walking Tour

  • Learn about Dublin’s past from a Trinity College history graduate 
  • Gain free entry to some of the city’s top buildings and courtyards 
  • Save time by leaving the navigation to a guide 
Dublin Historical Walking Tour
US$16 per adult
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11am departure
Tour departs at 11am
US$15.45 per adult
3pm departure
Tour departs at 3pm
US$15.45 per adult
Get an expert look at Dublin’s highlights on this walking tour led by a Trinity College history graduate. Choose a time that suits your schedule, and leave the navigation to your guide, who will tell you the history of landmarks such as Dublin Castle and the Parliament House. Gain free entry to some of city’s top spots, and end your tour near other noteworthy highlights to explore on your own.
What to Expect
Head to Trinity College to meet your guide, a graduate of the school’s history program. From there, you’ll set off on foot to explore the colorful history of Ireland’s national capital.

As you stroll, hear from your guide about the city’s history and topics such as the Northern Ireland conflict, the influence of the American and French revolutions, the Potato Famine, and how Ireland is doing today.

Tour highlights include the Trinity College grounds, the Temple Bar area, Dublin Castle, and the Parliament House. Get access to these places and others with your tour pass.

Your adventure ends back at Trinity College, near other noteworthy attractions, including the Book of Kells, that you may want to explore on your own.

Note: Dublin’s weather can be unpredictable, so consider bringing an umbrella.
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Reviewed yesterday
It was a really nice walk

I enjoyed the walk. I've been living in Dublin for 20 years, but learned a lot. Especially about the Viking ear / settlement of the area.

Thank Mikey M
Reviewed 2 days ago
Very interesting tour with expert guide

Our guide Tim, a history PhD, gave us a great introduction to the history of Dublin and Ireland with many stops at interesting locations all over the inner city. We walked a lot and went well over the advertised time of 2 hours, but really...More

Thank Michael E
Reviewed 5 days ago
Great walk around Dublin.

The young student who took us on this tour certainly knew what he was doing. We visited the back streets of the City and learnt a lot about the early times in Dublin and a lot of very interesting gossip about the art world and...More

Thank Veronica M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Fabulous start to our visit!

This was a fabulous way to begin our visit to Dublin! Great history of the city, our guide was very good. We did a lot of walking! The tour begins at the main gates of Trinity college and spreads out into the city including Temple...More

Thank jmL9756FG
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Learned so much

Highly recommend this tour to anyone visiting Dublin. My husband and I had wandered around on our own for two days before booking the tour. We are so glad we decided to take this tour. Our guide was super knowledgeable and gave us lots of...More

Thank T B
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Jennifer K
30 June 2018|
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Response from Mamjensen | Reviewed this property |
Our tour lasted closer to three hours but the walking was not at all continuous. We stopped frequently while our guide explained the history and architecture. The total distance was not all that far. There was quite a but... More
Richard M
11 June 2018|
Response from Mamjensen | Reviewed this property |
You should contact them directly. However when we took the tour people who had booked ahead were showing them some type of confirmation they had printed out. They also accepted payment on the spot from those of us who had... More
10 June 2018|
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At the main gate