Fables & Folklore Free Tour of Dublin

Explore Ireland's other History - Local legends, secrets, superstitions, stories & more from our rich mythological tapestry

Meeting Point

In front of the Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, on the north side of the Ha'penny Bridge

Description

Mythological Ireland is far more than just leprechauns & fairies, we’re a nation who count incredible folk tales, ancient legends, Irish fables, intriguing characters, & wonderful story-tellers as some of our greatest treasures, and we are passionate about revealing this fascinating aspect of our culture & heritage on this Irish and Dublin folklore and Irish fables free tour. Join us to explore the stories of some of Dublin’s famous inhabitants, from Saint Patrick to Molly Malone, learn the Irish stories which have inspired Lord of the Rings & Game of Thrones, discover how our fierce revolutions were spurred on by our ancient past, and how our deepest superstitions still shape this enchanting city today. From mystical to mysterious, myths to incredible true stories, and fascinating people and characters, the Dublin folklore free tour is a must for the curious visitor to Dublin. Join this free tour for a different kind of stroll through the city!

  • Introduction to Irish mythology
  • Ancient beliefs & pagan Ireland
  • Irish gods & heroes, the Faerie world
  • Medieval myth
  • Witches & heresy
  • The Hell Fire Club, The Occult, Georgian Dublin
  • Legend of the buck
  • Local Dublin street characters
  • Gaelic Revival & Rebellion
  • Modern Ireland, our beliefs, superstitions, & more

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Schedule

Starts at
Monday flag2:30 PM
Tuesday Closed
Wednesday flag2:30 PM
Thursday Closed
Friday flag2:30 PM
Saturday flag2:30 PM
Sunday Closed

Directions

Our meeting point is just at the foot of the famous Ha’Penny bridge, at the corner of Bachelor’s walk and lower Liffey street, on the north side of the river Liffey which runs through Dublin City. The Ha'penny Bridge is a well-known landmark, an old white cast iron pedestrian bridge, so you'll easily find it when walking along the river, on a map, Google maps, or just ask anyone on the street to point you in the right direction. You will see our guides with light-blue T-shirts, name-cards and blue umbrella right in front of The Grand Social venue at 35 Liffey Street Lower.

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