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In the Footsteps of St. Patrick

Our very special St. Patrick’s Festival walk is back again! See places and hear stories that most tourists and many Dubliners are unaware of! Discover the fascinating truth behind the legend of St. Patrick as we explore the man behind many a mystery or myth and his great legacies on Dublin and Ireland.

 

The tour takes in several ancient sites, including those between the city’s two great medieval cathedrals, finishing with entry into St. Patrick’s Cathedral, which is included in the ticket price. Along the way you will pass by or through City Hall (if not closed for a civil wedding etc), Dublin Castle, Christ Church Cathedral, the former Viking & Medieval Quarter, the Old City Walls, Lamb Alley (shadowing the route that St Patrick likely took when to he came to this area), St Patrick’s Park (where he baptised the locals) and finishing inside the Anglican cathedral that continues to bear his name since the first church stood here over a millennium and a half ago.

 

This tour takes place as follows:

14th, 15th, 16th March - 10:30am & 2:15pm

17th March - 2:15pm only

18th March - 10:30am & 2:15pm

 

Prices: 

Adults: €16

Students & Seniors: €14

The price includes entrance to St Patrick's Cathedral. Children under 15 can attend the tour for free but must pay the entrance fee to the cathedral.

 

Duration:

The tour takes about 2 hours, after which you can explore St. Patrick's Cathedral at your own leisure

 

Departure

Please arrive 10 minutes prior to the departure time to meet the guide at the statue of Molly Malone on Suffolk Street

 

  • Admission for adults, students and seniors to the interior of St. Patrick’s Cathedral is included in the price of the tour!
  • Children up to the age of 16 go free when accompanied by an adult
  • Get a free map of Dublin, which has been illustrated by Pat Liddy himself!
  • Make the most out of your walking tour ticket and get discounts at various places in Dublin! 

Route

  1. Suffolk Street
  2. City Hall
  3. Dublin Castle
  4. Ship Street Great
  5. Castle Street
  6. Christchurch Place
  7. John's Lane
  8. Cook Street
  9. St Audoen's
  10. Cornmarket
  11. Lamb Alley
  12. St Patrick's Park
  13. St Patrick's Cathedral