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Dublin: The Dublin Pass with Tickets to 40+ Attractions

Dublin: The Dublin Pass with Tickets to 40+ Attractions

Enjoy access to all the top sites attractions and sites including the Guinness Storehouse, Chester Beatty Library, Christchurch Cathedral, and many more with the Dublin All-Inclusive Pass. Explore all there is to do in Dublin at your own pace. With this ticket you can save up to 50%* off top Dublin attractions and activities. Pay nothing at the gate; simply show your QR-coded digital pass on your phone (or print at home and take it with you) and you're in. Your pass includes free entry to over 40 Dublin attractions, including: Top Attractions • Guinness Storehouse (R) • Jameson Distillery Bow St. Tour (R) • Dublin Hop-on Hop-Off Big Bus Tour • EPIC The Irish Immigration Museum • Saint Patrick’s Cathedral • Christ Church Cathedral • Dublinia • Dublin Castle Museums & Heritage • National Wax Museum PLUS • GPO Museum • Little Museum of Dublin • Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) • 14 Henrietta Street • Jeanie Johnston Tallship and Famine Museum • Irish Rock 'n Roll Museum Experience • Malahide Castle • Casino Model Railway Museum • Newbridge House & Farm • Skerries Mills • Airfield Estate • Castletown House and Parklands (R) • Farmleigh House & Estate • Irish National Stud & Garden • National Gallery of Ireland • Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) • National Botanic Gardens • National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology • National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History • Chester Beatty • Casino Model Railway Museum Tours & Experiences • Teeling Whiskey Distillery Tour (R) • Walking Food Tours - Food on Foot (R) • Walking Food Tours - Drinks on Foot (R) • Lazy Bike Tours - Half Day Hire (R) • Dublin Zoo • The Murder by Temple Bar • Big Bus Dublin Coastal Tour • Rock Shop at the Hard Rock Hotel • Bus Dublin Coastal Tour • Game of Thrones Studio Tour (R) Attractions marked with an (R) require advanced reservations. *Savings based on sample itineraries on the local partner's website.

Dublin: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Dublin: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore Dublin at your own pace on a sightseeing bus. See all of the sights of the city with unlimited hop-on hop-off for either 24, 48, or 72 hours. Learn about the history and heritage of Dublin from on-board audio commentary. You’ll get a chance to hop off at the world-famous Guinness Storehouse to discover the origins of one of the world’s most famous beverages. For a touch of sophistication, head over to the Irish Museum of Modern Art, where you’ll experience a staggering collection of artwork. You can remain on the bus for a full loop, enjoying the 360 degree views from the open-top deck of sights such as Phoenix Park and the River Liffey.  Tour Stops: • Irish Whiskey Museum, Trinity College, Book of Kells • Dublin Castle, City Hall • Christchurch Cathedral, Dublinia Viking Visitor Centre • St Patrick’s Cathedral, Marsh's Library • The Dublin Liberties Distillery, Teeling Whiskey Distillery • Guinness Storehouse • Pearse Lyons Distillery • Irish Museum of Modern Art • Heuston Station • Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo • Parkgate Street, Heuston Street • Collins Barracks, National Museum for Decorative Art and History • Smithfield Square, Old Jameson Distillery • Temple Bar, The Irish Rock and Roll Museum • The Writers’ Museum, The Hugh Lane Gallery, Garden of Remembrance • O’Connell Street • The GPO, Abbey Theatre • EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum • The Convention Centre Dublin, Samuel Beckett Bridge • U2 Studios, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Grand Canal Dock • Merrion Square, Natural History Museum, The National Gallery of Ireland • National Gallery - Merrion Street Upper • St. Stephen's Green, The Little Museum of Dublin, MoLI • Mansion House and St Ann's Church - Dawson Street

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Walking Tour

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Walking Tour

Join a fully accredited local folklore expert for a journey through Ireland's mythical history. Visit parts of Dublin that don't get covered on the usual tourist route and hear stories that have helped shape the country's national identity. Start your tour in Temple Bar, where you will discover Ireland's mythical origins and the traditions and beliefs in Celtic culture. Throughout your tour, learn about fairies in Irish folklore and mythical creatures such as the banshee, púca, and leprechaun, as well as Ireland's ancient warriors. Get off the beaten tourist track as you discover the Georgian Quarter's macabre side with rebellions, grave robbing, and revolutions. You will also learn the tragic history of the Abbey Theatre. Finish your tour on O'Connell Street with an introduction to the revival of the Gaelic language and culture in Ireland and meet some of Dublin's contemporary street characters.

Dublin: Queer History Guided Walking Tour

Dublin: Queer History Guided Walking Tour

Take a stroll through the streets of Dublin on a guided walking tour that explores the city's queer history. Explore Ireland’s incredible LGBTQ+ community and their stories, from Irish revolutionaries to civil rights agitators, pride March pioneers to gender identity trailblazers. Head to the meeting point and get ready to set out on your tour. As you walk, hear about how the country has come a long way in advancing equal rights for the LGBTQ+ community, going from exclusion and abuse to marriage equality. See the General Post Office and listen to stories about revolutionary queer figures like Panti Bliss. Hear about the first pride protest at Liberty Hall and learn about Dr Lydia Foy and the Gender Recognition Act. Pass by Trinity College as you discuss the Sexual Liberation Movement and see other important locations including the Hirschfield Centre, the Diceman's Corner, and the Goerge, Ireland's most iconic LGBTQ venue. Leave your tour with a deeper understanding of Ireland's long and checkered queer history, the community's struggles and triumphs, and discover how few movements have mirrored Ireland’s shifting social and cultural landscape quite like that of the LGBTQ+ community.

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Tour

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Tour

Join a fully accredited folklore expert on a journey through Irish mythical history. Visit parts of Dublin not normally included on the typical tourist route and hear stories that have helped shape the country's national identity. The tour begins in Temple Bar, where you will discover the mythological origins of Ireland and the traditions and beliefs of Celtic culture. Through the tour, learn about fairies in Irish folklore and mythological creatures such as the banshee, pooka and leprechaun, as well as the ancient warriors of Ireland. Get off the beaten path as you discover the macabre side of Georgia Quarter with rebellions, grave robberies and revolutions. You will also learn the tragic history of the Abbey Theatre. End the tour on O'Connell Street with an introduction to the revival of the Gaelic language and culture in Ireland, and meet some of Dublin's contemporary street characters.

Abbey Theatre: Our most recommended tours and activities

Dublin: The Dublin Pass with Tickets to 40+ Attractions

Dublin: The Dublin Pass with Tickets to 40+ Attractions

Enjoy access to all the top sites attractions and sites including the Guinness Storehouse, Chester Beatty Library, Christchurch Cathedral, and many more with the Dublin All-Inclusive Pass. Explore all there is to do in Dublin at your own pace. With this ticket you can save up to 50%* off top Dublin attractions and activities. Pay nothing at the gate; simply show your QR-coded digital pass on your phone (or print at home and take it with you) and you're in. Your pass includes free entry to over 40 Dublin attractions, including: Top Attractions • Guinness Storehouse (R) • Jameson Distillery Bow St. Tour (R) • Dublin Hop-on Hop-Off Big Bus Tour • EPIC The Irish Immigration Museum • Saint Patrick’s Cathedral • Christ Church Cathedral • Dublinia • Dublin Castle Museums & Heritage • National Wax Museum PLUS • GPO Museum • Little Museum of Dublin • Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) • 14 Henrietta Street • Jeanie Johnston Tallship and Famine Museum • Irish Rock 'n Roll Museum Experience • Malahide Castle • Casino Model Railway Museum • Newbridge House & Farm • Skerries Mills • Airfield Estate • Castletown House and Parklands (R) • Farmleigh House & Estate • Irish National Stud & Garden • National Gallery of Ireland • Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) • National Botanic Gardens • National Museum of Ireland - Archaeology • National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History • Chester Beatty • Casino Model Railway Museum Tours & Experiences • Teeling Whiskey Distillery Tour (R) • Walking Food Tours - Food on Foot (R) • Walking Food Tours - Drinks on Foot (R) • Lazy Bike Tours - Half Day Hire (R) • Dublin Zoo • The Murder by Temple Bar • Big Bus Dublin Coastal Tour • Rock Shop at the Hard Rock Hotel • Bus Dublin Coastal Tour • Game of Thrones Studio Tour (R) Attractions marked with an (R) require advanced reservations. *Savings based on sample itineraries on the local partner's website.

Dublin: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Dublin: City Sightseeing Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour

Explore Dublin at your own pace on a sightseeing bus. See all of the sights of the city with unlimited hop-on hop-off for either 24, 48, or 72 hours. Learn about the history and heritage of Dublin from on-board audio commentary. You’ll get a chance to hop off at the world-famous Guinness Storehouse to discover the origins of one of the world’s most famous beverages. For a touch of sophistication, head over to the Irish Museum of Modern Art, where you’ll experience a staggering collection of artwork. You can remain on the bus for a full loop, enjoying the 360 degree views from the open-top deck of sights such as Phoenix Park and the River Liffey.  Tour Stops: • Irish Whiskey Museum, Trinity College, Book of Kells • Dublin Castle, City Hall • Christchurch Cathedral, Dublinia Viking Visitor Centre • St Patrick’s Cathedral, Marsh's Library • The Dublin Liberties Distillery, Teeling Whiskey Distillery • Guinness Storehouse • Pearse Lyons Distillery • Irish Museum of Modern Art • Heuston Station • Phoenix Park, Dublin Zoo • Parkgate Street, Heuston Street • Collins Barracks, National Museum for Decorative Art and History • Smithfield Square, Old Jameson Distillery • Temple Bar, The Irish Rock and Roll Museum • The Writers’ Museum, The Hugh Lane Gallery, Garden of Remembrance • O’Connell Street • The GPO, Abbey Theatre • EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum • The Convention Centre Dublin, Samuel Beckett Bridge • U2 Studios, Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Grand Canal Dock • Merrion Square, Natural History Museum, The National Gallery of Ireland • National Gallery - Merrion Street Upper • St. Stephen's Green, The Little Museum of Dublin, MoLI • Mansion House and St Ann's Church - Dawson Street

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Walking Tour

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Walking Tour

Join a fully accredited local folklore expert for a journey through Ireland's mythical history. Visit parts of Dublin that don't get covered on the usual tourist route and hear stories that have helped shape the country's national identity. Start your tour in Temple Bar, where you will discover Ireland's mythical origins and the traditions and beliefs in Celtic culture. Throughout your tour, learn about fairies in Irish folklore and mythical creatures such as the banshee, púca, and leprechaun, as well as Ireland's ancient warriors. Get off the beaten tourist track as you discover the Georgian Quarter's macabre side with rebellions, grave robbing, and revolutions. You will also learn the tragic history of the Abbey Theatre. Finish your tour on O'Connell Street with an introduction to the revival of the Gaelic language and culture in Ireland and meet some of Dublin's contemporary street characters.

Dublin: Queer History Guided Walking Tour

Dublin: Queer History Guided Walking Tour

Take a stroll through the streets of Dublin on a guided walking tour that explores the city's queer history. Explore Ireland’s incredible LGBTQ+ community and their stories, from Irish revolutionaries to civil rights agitators, pride March pioneers to gender identity trailblazers. Head to the meeting point and get ready to set out on your tour. As you walk, hear about how the country has come a long way in advancing equal rights for the LGBTQ+ community, going from exclusion and abuse to marriage equality. See the General Post Office and listen to stories about revolutionary queer figures like Panti Bliss. Hear about the first pride protest at Liberty Hall and learn about Dr Lydia Foy and the Gender Recognition Act. Pass by Trinity College as you discuss the Sexual Liberation Movement and see other important locations including the Hirschfield Centre, the Diceman's Corner, and the Goerge, Ireland's most iconic LGBTQ venue. Leave your tour with a deeper understanding of Ireland's long and checkered queer history, the community's struggles and triumphs, and discover how few movements have mirrored Ireland’s shifting social and cultural landscape quite like that of the LGBTQ+ community.

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Tour

Dublin: Mythology and Folklore Tour

Join a fully accredited folklore expert on a journey through Irish mythical history. Visit parts of Dublin not normally included on the typical tourist route and hear stories that have helped shape the country's national identity. The tour begins in Temple Bar, where you will discover the mythological origins of Ireland and the traditions and beliefs of Celtic culture. Through the tour, learn about fairies in Irish folklore and mythological creatures such as the banshee, pooka and leprechaun, as well as the ancient warriors of Ireland. Get off the beaten path as you discover the macabre side of Georgia Quarter with rebellions, grave robberies and revolutions. You will also learn the tragic history of the Abbey Theatre. End the tour on O'Connell Street with an introduction to the revival of the Gaelic language and culture in Ireland, and meet some of Dublin's contemporary street characters.

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4.9
(18 reviews)

remarkable storytelling thanks Alan! I enjoyed the tour very much and loved the way Alan used the sculptures within a small locale to introduce Irish mythology, history and politics to a diverse audience.

Brilliant combination of how myth has shaped the landscape of Ireland and the odd & quirky modern legends that have added their unique touch to the cities culture. Highly recommend

Ross was a great tour guide!! tour was very informative and interesting. Definitely recommend

The Busdriver were amazing. They were so polite and so funny.

Alan was fantastic and a great tour. Highly recommend.