The Dublin you visit today is very much shaped by what happened on our streets here 101 years ago. The dramatic events of Easter week 1916 saw armed rebel forces of citizens & volunteers occupy key buildings & locations in an insurrection against British rule. The bloodshed & conflict of that week left Dublin in ruins, but began shaping a path towards an independent Irish Republic and triggered the demise of the Empire. Join us on this fascinating 1916 Rebellion walking tour around pivotal sights of the rebellion, learn how the rising unfolded, run your fingers across the scars left by bullets in facades over 100 years ago, and get a remarkable insight to the Ireland & Dublin of 1916, and the capital you see today. The 1916 rising walking tour can be booked as a private tour in Dublin, just contact us and we’ll be happy to arrange it for you.

  • The First Shots - Dublin Castle
  • Royal College of Surgeon's
  • The G.P.O
  • Leaders of the Rising
  • Cumman Na mBan
  • Rebel Poets & Playwrights
  • Moore Street
  • The Garden of Remembrance
  • Proclamation of the Irish Republic
  • St. Stephen's Green
  • Trinity College