Dublin Full Day “Skip-The-Line” Highlights with St Patrick’s Cathedral

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Duration

6 hours

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Highlights

  • Enjoy a one-of-a-kind Skip the Line Guinness Storehouse experience with samples and a free Pint at Irelands highest bar, the Gravity Bar
  • Visit and see up close the 9th century Celtic icon “The Book of Kells”
  • Enjoy an exterior visit to the 13th century Dublin Castle & Gardens
  • Visit The Brazen Head, the oldest Pub in Ireland
  • Enjoy a guided visit of St. Patrick’s Cathedral & Gardens
  • Visit some of Dublin’s most famous historical & cultural quarters – The Liberties & Whiskey Triangle

Description

This 6-hour headline walking tour journeys through centuries of history, visiting Dublin's cultural and historical highlights. Starting in Ireland’s Georgian capital, your expert local guide leads you through vibrant historical streets, showcasing well-known sites and hidden gems for a rich experience.

Tour begins at Trinity College, founded in the 16th century, home to the legendary Book of Kells. Learn about this 9th-century masterpiece in Europe’s largest vaulted library, a spectacular Irish highlight.

Explore Dublin Castle's 13th-century grounds, site of the city’s first Viking settlement, with stops at the Chapel Royal and Castle Gardens. Discover medieval Dublin around Christ Church Cathedral before an interactive tour at the Guinness Storehouse, learning about the iconic stout and its creator, Arthur Guinness.

Continue to St. Patrick’s Cathedral, pivotal in Irish history and associated with renowned author Jonathan Swift. Hear intriguing stories of Swift and the Guinness family’s connections to the cathedral’s rebuilding.

This tour offers an engaging exploration, revealing Dublin's rich history and vibrant culture.

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Inclusions
  • Timed entry tickets to the 9th century Book of Kells located in the historical Trinity College
  • Timed entry tickets to Ireland’s No. 1 Attraction, The Guinness Storehouse
  • Visit the Liberties Historical Quarter including a visit to see the Old City Walls
  • Visit the Molly Malone Statue, the official mascot of the Dublin city
  • Vist the 11th century Christchurch Cathedral
  • Visit Irelands oldest pub from the 11th century; The Brazen Head
Before you book
  • We cannot accommodate strollers or baby carriages.
  • Wheelchairs, motorised scooters, or any other device to assist mobility are not recommended.
  • Participants should be in good health, consult first with your doctor if you have any medical condition or are not used to regular exercise.
  • Wear comfortable shoes as this tour involves a fair amount of walking, including over uneven surfaces, cobblestones, hills, inclines/declines and stairs.
  • Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately.
  • Changes or cancellations requested less than 24 hours before the tour departure time are not possible.
  • Minimum numbers apply, there is a possibility of cancellation after confirmation.
  • Anybody under the age of 18 years must be accompanied by somebody aged 18 years or older.
  • This tour is not suitable for children 12 or under. Children between 13-17 years of age can book the tour but must be accompanied by an Adult and supervised throughout the tour.
  • Parents must be aware that this tour serves alcohol and that under no circumstances are children under 18 years of age permitted to drink or sample any alcohol during the tour duration.

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