North Georgian Dublin: Historic Walking Tour, 2pm Sunday 22 March.

A special one-off tour from Dublin Decoded.  A sociable and fascinating 2.2 hour walking tour, revealing some of the extraordinary 18th century heritage of Dublin’s North Georgian Quarter.  From 2pm – 4.10pm pm approx.  On Sunday 22 March.  This tour will also link (as an optional extra) with a super concert (starting 4.30) in an … Continue reading North Georgian Dublin: Historic Walking Tour, 2pm Sunday 22 March.

A Grand Tour tour, Rutland Square to Sail ships & across the River.

As you see on the below map by that Huguenot genius John Roque, Parnell (Rutland) Square in 1756 was hardly laid out with any buildings. The famous Lying In Hospital (Rotunda) had been founded by Dr Bartholomew Moss was there (built by Richard Cassels) was there, and Cavendish Row/Street itself. and not much else. To … Continue reading A Grand Tour tour, Rutland Square to Sail ships & across the River.