Our annual very special St. Patrick’s Walk is back again! See the places that most tourists and many Dubliners miss! St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in many parts of the world but none of the celebrations quite match the atmosphere of Dublin as it honors the country’s patron saint. Discover the fascinating truth behind the legend of St. Patrick and take a very special walk that focuses on the saint and the Dublin of his time. The tour takes in ancient sites, including those in between the city’s two great medieval cathedrals: Christ Church and St. Patrick’s. The tour finishes at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
This tour takes place as follows:
Tours in English: Thur 15th March 10.30 AM and 2.15 PM, Fri 16th March 10.30 AM and 2.15 PM, Sat 17th March 2.15 PM only (due the parade), and Sun 18 March at 10.30 AM and 2.15 PM.
We also offer this tour in German Auf den Spuren von St. Patrick between Thur 15th March, Fri 16th March, Sat 17th March and Sun 18 March at 2.15 PM.
Students & Seniors: €14. The price includes entrance to St Patrick's Cathedral*
*(Children under 16 can attend the tour for free but must pay the entrance fee to the cathedral)
The tour takes about 2 hours (excluding the visit to the cathedral, which you can do at your own pace).
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the departure time at the corner of St. Andrews/Suffolk Street, Dublin 2, in front of the former church/next to the Molly Malone Statue and meet your guide.
Children up to the age of 16 go free when accompanied by an adult, but they will need to pay €5.00 entrance fee to the cathedral!
Get a free map of Dublin, which has been illustrated by Pat Liddy himself!