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Dublin is a truly remarkable place to discover, and on our free tour of Dublin you will be immersed in its tumultuous history, both ancient and recent, as our captivating past is brought to life by passionate, proud local guides.

Wander down the old cobbled streets on our Dublin free tour, the best way to get unrivalled insight to local culture and fascinating history of this charming city, it's folktales & real life legends, iconic sites, hidden secrets, & quirky oddities. You’ll explore Dublin castle, Christchurch Cathedral, Temple Bar, Trinity College and much more, and hear incredible local stories of the city, country, and our famous sons and daughters; from writers and rogues, to rebels and revolutionaries, our past is coloured by intriguing characters, unimaginable tragedy, and world renowned creativity, and on our Dublin free walking tour you’ll explore all of this and more.

Book your spot on our free tour of Dublin and join us in front of the Grand Social, on the north side of the Ha'penny Bridge every day. And check our other Dublin free tour too for an insightful look at Ireland and the capital through the lens of local fables and mythology.

  • Dublin City Hall
  • Dublin Castle
  • Temple Bar
  • Trinity College
  • Viking & Medieval Dublin
  • River Liffey
  • James Joyce
  • St. Stephen’s Green
  • Christ Church Cathedral
  • 1916 Rising
  • Wall of Fame
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Meeting Point
In front of the Grand Social, 35 Liffey Street Lower, on the north side of the Ha'penny Bridge

On foot:

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 umbrellas right in front of The Grand Social venue at 35 Liffey Street Lower.

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