as regular readers will know, we lead some very nice, and very enjoyable walking tours in Dublin, both out and about, around the streets of the capital, often featuring visits to historic interiors too (churches, old houses, and occasional mystery destinations) These tours are themed around history and the built-history of our city; architecture and monuments to social history, politics and local history: everything from secret societies to underground rivers! Recent tours have included tours of Victorian Architecture in the South Central City; of the notorious Monto district and even a circuit of Dublin’s Medieval Walls. Some of our other tours are more Art-themed. These take place within the National Gallery or other major museum collections. You can see all of our upcoming Public Tours on the Public Tours page of our other website, Dublin Decoded.
Below you can see a few snaps from some of our tours from the last year or two. We hope you’ll come join us some time. If you’d like to receive a free e-newsletter, once a month, telling you when we have new public tours coming up, then the place to subscribe is here.