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Docklands – The New Old Dublin

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From EUR 14

The Docklands Quarter is an intriguing and alternative side of the city. From early engineering projects to the modern skyline, this quarter is now home to world-famous financial and tech giants such as Google and Facebook. At Grand Canal Docks, once the largest shipping dock complex in Europe, you will see a series of interesting sites including house barges, a former U2 studio, the spectacular Bord Gais Energy Theatre and of course the River Liffey, We will take you to the weird and wonderful Diving Bell near the Ferryman pub, point out the Convention Centre Dublin and the striking Samuel Beckett bridge. As we walk back towards the city centre, you'll see the Jeanie Johnston famine ship, the Custom House and the evocate Famine Memorial. The tour finishes at the wonderful early 19th century CHQ Building.

This tour is also available as a private or corporate tour.

From EUR 14

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Meeting Point: Molly Malone Statue, Suffolk Street/ St. Andrew's St, Coordinates: 53.3438 N, 6.2609 W

Note: If you are more than 5 minutes late or miss the group, we won't be able to join you with the tour. However, we can offer a tour at a different time or on a different day (subject to availability).

Tour ends at the CHQ Building where you can visit EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum at your own leisure.

Ticket price includes bus fare to Grand Canal Docks.

Duration: 2hrs and  20mins (includes Bus transfer to the Docklands)

  • Visit Grand Canal Dock
  • Take photos of the amazing House Barges
  • Hear about the former U2 Studio
  • See the remarkable Diving Bell and the striking Samuel Beckett bridge
  • Hear all about the Famine Memorial


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