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Explore Dublin at your own pace with Big Bus tour; your 24- to 72-hour ticket allows you to hop on and hop off whenever you like at more than 30 stops. Choose from two routes offered live or digital commentary that teaches you about Dublin's history and culture, and you also get access to a walking tour (with a 48-hour ticket) and included drinks at some bars and distilleries. Hop on and off as many times as you like to explore Dublin highlights at your leisure, such as St. Stephens Green, Croke Park, EPIC the Irish Emigration Museum, and others.
Maximize your time in Ireland’s vibrant capital with a 24- or 48-hour hop-on hop-off sightseeing bus ticket. Discover Dublin’s spectacular sights and listen to entertaining commentary as you cruise around the capital. Whenever a landmark captures your attention, simply disembark to explore further; see attractions like the Guinness Storehouse, Trinity College, and St. Stephen’s Green and then simply rejoin your bus tour at a time and stop that suits your schedule. Entry to the Little Museum and a Dublin walking tour are included with the bus ticket.
Experience the beauty, history, and culture of Dublin during this popular hop-on hop-off sightseeing tour. Choose from 1- or 2-day tickets and follow the route that highlights the best of the Emerald Isle's capital city. Discover historic buildings, iconic sites, ancient landmarks and vibrant nightlife at your own pace and enjoy free extras. With multiple stops along the way—including the Guinness Storehouse, St. Patrick's Cathedral, Temple Bar, and the Irish Whiskey Museum—this popular option ensures you don't miss a thing.
Maximize a short stay in Dublin with easy and efficient hop-on hop-off bus transport and fast-track access to the Guinness Storehouse. See as much of the city as possible, and get familiar with key sights as you listen to live commentary on board the open-top bus, then avoid lines at one of the capital’s most popular, and therefore busy, attractions.
Design your own ideal (and cost-efficient) tour of Dublin’s top things to do and see with the Dublin Pass and see attractions such as Guinness Storehouse, Jameson Distillery Bow St., and Glasnevin Cemetery Museum. With your single- or multi-day ticket, visit brew houses, museums, castles, cathedrals and more. Explore the city at your leisure on a hop-on hop-off bus sightseeing tour. Enjoy skip-the-line access to popular sites and discounts at city restaurants and shops. With free entry to more than 25 attractions around town, the Dublin Pass offers something for the whole family.
Please note: Enjoy the extra flexibility in case your travel plans need to change: All passes are valid for one year from purchase date and only become activated with your first attraction visit. After activation your pass will be valid for 30 days and/or the remaining number of attraction choices purchased.
Discover Dublin’s popular highlights and hidden secrets while giving back to the community with this walking tour. A social enterprise dedicated to supporting and reinvesting income into Dublin communities, take an In Our Shoes tour and get a local’s perspective on the city’s underappreciated attractions. Hear unique local stories and histories from your guide and explore parts of the city that interest you, from the Liberties out to well-known landmarks and local gems.
EPIC; the Irish Emigration Museum and the Irish Family History Centre shine a light on the history of Irish migration—tracing genealogy back down the generations and tying family histories together. With this combination ticket, enjoy entry to both—with experts on hand to help you trace your family ancestry. Beat the queues with skip-the-line entry, and gain insight into Ireland’s—and perhaps your own—emigration history.
Fancy a pint? Then set out on a shore excursion to Dublin’s Guinness Storehouse, Ireland’s top visitor attraction. Your pre-booked and pre-paid skip-the-line ticket allows quick entry into the facility, so you don’t have to rush immediately back to your port of call. Once inside, begin your self-guided tour at the bottom of the world’s largest pint glass and work your way up to the Gravity Bar for a complimentary pint of the black stuff. You’ll also learn the story of Guinness’s brewing heritage and its place in Irish history as you go.
Have your shore excursions arranged in advance when you arrive in Dublin's port; you'll save time scrambling for activities once you step off the ship. This tour includes a 24-hour pass for a hop-on hop-off bus, which covers more than 30 stops around the city. You can hop off to explore at your leisure at locations such as St. Patrick's Cathedral, Jameson Distillery Bow Street, Kilmainham Gaol, and the Guinness Storehouse. You'll also have access to a highlights of Dublin walking tour.
The fear of missing out is real when you’re traveling – no tourist wants to run the risk of skipping landmarks or attractions just because they didn’t know where they were or how to get there. With the VoxCity app, save yourself the time and anxiety that comes with planning your own self-guided adventures. Take advantage of the app’s detailed offline maps to find highlights that you want to visit, and follow the app’s pre-planned routes to each destination – no puzzling over public transport maps and timetables.
Because of its vast size (1,750 acres/708 hectares), Dublin’s Phoenix Park is better explored by bike than on foot. Prebook a bike rental and hit the saddle as soon as you arrive to cover as much ground as possible. Set off on cycle paths from the main entrance, and pedal past Áras an Uachtaráin (the residence of the President of Ireland) and Dublin Zoo. Watch out for the park’s herd of free-roaming fallow deer.
From James Joyce to Samuel Beckett, Dublin is a city with a rich literary legacy, making it a must-visit destination for bookish travelers from across the globe. With this private literature-themed guided tour, bibliophiles can marvel at several of Dublin's notable sights—like the National Library of Ireland, and the Dublin Writers Museum—while reading reading selections from famous Irish writers along the way.
When your cruise ship docks in Dublin's port, go ashore and visit EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum, where you'll delve into the history of Irish emigration the world over. You have limited time in port; planning your shore activities ahead of time ensures you can use your time wisely. With ticket in hand, you can hop a taxi (a short 5-minute ride) to the museum; start exploring without waiting in the ticket-buying line. You'll learn about the history of the Irish people and their travels through a self-guided tour of 20 themed galleries.
Embark on a quest around Dublin by solving clues that will take you to the most haunted places in the city, all with the help of your smartphone. Unlock new stories as you discover on your own St. Ann's Church, Olympia Theatre, the River Liffey, and more.
+ Discover the most haunted streets, villas, and squares in the city
+ Find out the horror stories of the people who used to live there
+ Solve clues on your phone while you visit the haunted Dublin
Each clue will lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions, so you won’t need a map, a GPS or a guide. When you solve it and guess the answer, the secret story of that place is unlocked.
Along the way, you’ll find horror stories that will give you the chills. Dare you go on this tour?
It has many names: Great Famine, Potato Famine, an Gorta Mór, and Drochshaol. An event so devastating and harrowing that even today 170 years later it still unleashes a wellspring of emotion from the descendants of its victims. On this tour you will learn about the real causes of the cataclysm the overtook Ireland in that key period of 1845-1852, and its legacy that lingers even into the present day. The tour includes both a walking tour of the city with a trained historian and tickets to the EPIC Ireland Museum and the Jeanie Johnston Famine Museum.
Combine a sightseeing tour of Dublin with afternoon tea served on a vintage double-decker bus. The itinerary includes famous landmarks such as the Guinness Brewery, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Christchurch, Wood Quay, O’Connell Street, Trinity College, Georgian Dublin, and others. See the sights while enjoying a cup of seasonal tea or coffee along with some delicacies.
With our VIP Skip the Line access, you’ll enter into three of Dublin’s must-see highlights - Roe & Co Irish Whiskey, located in the former Power House of the Guinness Brewery in addition to the Guinness Open Gate Brewery and a unique visit to Dublin's famous "Golden triangle" for an immersive truly extraordinary whiskey, beer tasting experience.
This one-of-a-kind interactive semi-private small group tour is packed with excitement as new energy surges through the former Power House of the Guinness Brewery, where fun, flavour and collaborative reinvention come to life in an immersive and unconventional space.
The tour visits another Guinness Quarter highlight to discover Guinness's Secret Bar “The Open Gate Brewery” one of the latest Guinness experiences. The Experimental Brewery and Tap Room is an actual working brewery where visitors can explore a wide range of beers and stouts from the brewers at St. James’s Gate. This tour is fully guided offering great fun and Irish humor.
Venture away from the busy city of Dublin and get a look at the real Ireland during this private tour through County Wicklow. Explore the beautiful Irish countryside as you stroll along Bray Head Cliff, hike in the Wicklow Mountains, and visit a spiritual sculpture garden. Then, conclude your tour at the Kildare Brewing Company for a delicious pub meal and a drink.
This 1-hour tour of Teeling Whiskey Distillery in Dublin offers a behind-the-scenes look at one of the only operational distilleries in the city. Learn about the whiskey-making process as your guide takes you through the barrel rooms and distillery areas to learn more about the single-malt, small-batch, and single-grain whiskeys made here. Plus, at the end of your tour, sample Teeling Whiskey before grabbing a marker and signing the walls of the hip hangout area near the gift shop.
An experience not to be missed! Stay overnight in Galway City Centre.
Enjoy a medieval Banquet in a 16th Century castle and visit Connemara.
Dunguaire Castle, situated on the shores of Galway Bay, was once the splendid home of a noble lord and one of Ireland’s most picturesque strongholds.
Enjoy a 4-course meal with wine and honey mead in a traditional medieval-themed banquet hall.
Engage with the live entertainment celebrating the works of some of the great Irish literary writers such as Synge, Yeats, Shaw and O’Casey, in a truly intimate setting.
On day 2 enjoy a tour of Connemara and visit Kylemore Abbey & Victorian Garden.
Take the hassle out of trying to find your way around, be driven by your own personal driver in comfort and at your own pace. Our Giant's Causeway tour is tailored to suit your individual wishes. We offer you the freedom to alter our suggested itinerary to fit your needs and time restrictions. The tour can be 8,10,12 hours or longer upon request.
Step behind the scenes of Ireland’s biggest and most famous sports stadium on this 2-hour guided tour of Croke Park in Dublin. Learn about the Irish tradition of Gaelic games as you discover the headquarters of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) and try your hand at hurling and Gaelic football in the interactive museum. Then, enjoy a guided tour of the stadium; peek behind-the-scenes into the team dressing rooms and VIP area, and look out over the pitch from the stands.
Discover the world of Irish whiskey on a tour of Dublin’s Irish Whiskey Museum, a great choice for lovers of the country's national drink. You’ll get insider info about the history and culture of whiskey before enjoying a whiskey tasting, during which you’ll learn how to sniff and taste for maximum pleasure. Plus, you'll craft your own unique blend of whiskey to take home as a keepsake.
Make a day of seeing Ireland’s famous Cliffs of Moher on this 13-hour tour from Dublin. Stop by Caherconnell Fort, Corcomroe Abbey, Ailwee Caves, and Poulnabrone dolmen on your way to the cliffs. Lastly, pop by the visitor center, and walk along the cliffs to take in beautiful sights of Galway Bay, Aran Islands, and Loop Head.
Please note: From March 30th to October 30th, this tour operates with a sheepdog demo and cruise.