The Dublin Liberties Distillery: Our most recommended tours and activities

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: Big Bus Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour with Live Guide

Dublin: Big Bus Hop-On, Hop-Off Tour with Live Guide

Discover the magic of Dublin with our hop-on hop-off bus tour! With a 24 or 48 -hour ticket, you can explore the city's top sights, including St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin Castle, and St. Stephen’s Green at your own pace. Starting at Upper O'Connell Street, the Red Line has 25 stops packed full of Irish fun. Hop on and off the bus as many times as you wish within your ticket validity, and with buses passing through every 30 minutes, you can rejoin the tour when you're ready. Explore the beauty of Nassau Street and plan a visit to the National Art Gallery. Discover Merrion Square and stroll around the Georgian-style gardens before grabbing a bite to eat in Temple Bar. Don't forget to visit two of the most well-known cathedrals in Ireland - The Christ Church Cathedral and St. Patrick's. And if you really want to experience the Dublin lifestyle, quench your thirst with a nice, cold pint of Guinness, freshly made from the Guinness Storehouse. But that's not all! Join the optional Yellow Umbrella Walking Tour to delve into the mysteries of Dublin, visit Trinity College, and explore the vibrant city center with our charming and witty guides. For a fun evening out, take our Panoramic Night Tour where our live guide shares the fascinating tales of the city as you cruise along its illuminated streets. Hear the hidden stories and exciting history with a locals' look into Dublin's traditions, architecture, and most memorable characters. Looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city for a trip to the Irish countryside? Our half-day Coastal Tour is perfect! Visit scenic Howth Summit and its fishing village to explore the cliffs on a guided walking tour and stroll through the picturesque Village on your own time. Try a delicious seafood dinner caught fresh from the shores before returning home. Experience Dublin like never before, with the freedom to explore where you want, when you want!

The Dublin Liberties Distillery: Tour with Whiskey Tasting

The Dublin Liberties Distillery: Tour with Whiskey Tasting

Begin your journey at the distillery, where you will be welcomed with a Dubliner Honeycomb Liquor. You will then embark on a guided tour of Dublin's newest distillery and its immediate surroundings, listening to the stories that have shaped the development of the product and the neighborhood. Witness first-hand the production of our whiskey, with up-close access to the inner workings of the distillery. At the conclusion of the tour, savour a tasting experience featuring our Dubliner Bourbon Cask and Liberties 5 Year Old Single Malt. The distillery also houses a gift store and a picturesque bar, offering an array of whiskey-based cocktails.

Dublin: Sip & Stroll Whiskey History Walking Tour with Lunch

Dublin: Sip & Stroll Whiskey History Walking Tour with Lunch

Uncover the historic story behind Irish whiskey's golden days with this fully guided whiskey walking tour through it's epicenter of the Dublin Liberties. Together with your local whiskey expert we will discover some of the Liberties long gone whiskey barons, local characters and pubs but hear of the new generation of blenders, brewers and distillers bringing home the uisce beatha back to Dublin! We will meet at the iconic Pearse Lyons distillery. Our stroll will lead us along Thomas Street to St. Patricks Tower across from the famous Guinness Brewery at St James's Gate and along by the new Roe & Co. Distillery where the iconic George Roe brand has been breathed fresh life! George Roe was a true giant in Irish whiskey, taking up vast real estate of for distilling his whiskey in the area! We will chat through the fascinating story around the last standing structure of the old distillery site. Moving through the streets of the Liberties we will experience the new wave of culture in the area where old meets new and stop for a visit at a very famous address in Irish distilling history, Johns Lane which once housed the very famous Powers whiskey operation. Now home to the National College of Art and Design. A truly stunning façade where pride was to the fore with everything the famous Powers family touched. A rich steeped story told on our visit We take in the trading and market history of the Liberties with a stroll through Francis Street for our first pub stop, The Liberty Belle.. One of the last remaining true local bars of the Dublin 8 area. Here you will sample your first whiskey of the day and do your best at pouring your own Guinness! The great distillery workers of Dublin in the 1800's chose their watering holes very well and our next stop is a true step back in time. John Fallons or as its known the Capstan bar. One famed whiskey brand dominates the décor very subtly and its here we will have another tipple of whiskey along with their signature dish, one made famous by the Dublin working class.. The ham and cheese toastie. The very best one in the city! From here we stroll through the beautiful St. Patricks park where the centre piece is the Cathedral. It seems not many things in this city escaped a connection with alcohol and St Patrick's cathedral is no different A quick stop to admire its beauty and stature and then to the last stop. The Swan Bar. Licensed since 1661, this is one of the remaining 16 Victorian era pubs of Dublin where the beauty of its interior is something to behold. The chances are the guy getting your beer ready is the owner, this is a true local haunt where it really feels like you're a regular. Your beer will be best enjoyed in "The Snug". The Snug in has been a central part of Irish pub culture for a very long time, sip your drink, learn its history and hear about the wonderful colourful history of this this iconic pub. The table at The Swan will be yours to enjoy if you decide to stay and enjoy the afternoon

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The tour with our guide Kevin was great! We were lucky enough to get a small "private" tour since there were only two of us. The tour was even conducted in German with funny anecdotes. We definitely recommend the tour!

Thanks to Kevin for amazing tour. Great sense of humor, lot of information about distillery and delicious tasting. Five stars from five.

We had a very funny bus driver who showed us the sights and the city. Very amusing, you could really tell that he enjoys his job.

It was great 👍 Very nice visit, the guide was great 👍 The whiskey was super good

We had a great time and really enjoyed the tour and tasting.