A small but significant detail above, from the lovely little 1904 map by RISA scholar and historian Leonard R Strangeways.
This magical map, will be our guide, (along with yours truly) to the Medieval Walk of Dublin on Thursday afternoon (2.10pm) 16 th. of October and Sunday 11.45am, 23rd November. We use it because it’s one of the best and clearest illustrations to understand the shape and form of the medieval city. The walk on Sunday afternoon is €20 p/p (€10 concession rate, for students, artists and anyone else who can’t afford €20)
For more illustrations and a brief discussion of the material covered, see here.
For the full range of Dublin Decoded history, art and architecture walks and events, see here. As you’ll see, we run both scheduled walks, to which everyone is welcome, or also bespoke walks, for birthdays, for schools, colleges, language schools, a group of friends. Or a treat for your book club?
To see some of our 5-star reviews on TripAdvisor, see here. To inquire about a pre-booked group walk, or about joining a scheduled walk, drop us a line anytime at email@example.com. Don’t forget to mention your preferred tour and preferred dates in any correspondence, thank you! But most of all, just try to come along this Sunday 29th June. Hope to see some of you there. -Arran