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The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour

By: DoDublin
  • Be transported between Dublin sites in the company of a guide
  • Hear lesser-known tales of the city's dark side
  • Experience the opportunity to go into an underground crypt
The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour
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See a different side to the Irish capital on this ghost tour of Dublin. Be enlightened by little-known tales of its darker side while journeying with your guide to some of its most sinister spots. Get a new perspective on the Royal College of Surgeons, wander the St. James graveyard, and descend to the creepy crypt of Christ Church Cathedral.
What to Expect
Make your way to the central Dublin meeting point and board the ghost bus. Settle in as your entertaining guide sets the scene for the evening's tour.
Head first for the Royal College of Surgeons to hear about the restless ghost of an unethical doctor who still roams the hallways and about Dublin's connection to Dracula author Bram Stoker.
After hearing more ghoulish tales of torture and murder, disembark at the eerie St. James' graveyard. Stroll the spooky site—if you dare—and see for yourself how grave robbers snatched corpses from below ground.
Back on the bus, head next for the medieval crypt at Christ Church Cathedral, where your guide horrifies with tales of medieval torture methods as you explore the underground chamber's grand tombs.
Your tour then returns to the original departure point, where it concludes.
Reviews (125)
1 - 5 of 96 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Exactly what it says on the bus

We arrived at the bus depot and the ghost bus arrived. Didn't know what to expect as I can say this was my first ghost tour. We had a tour guide called Louisa who is the sole reason this tour got 5 stars. She was...More

Thank 553nathanielm
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Tour with Nick

Went on the tour with a friend last week and were lucky to have nick as our guide. I have also done the gravediggers tour which is the alternative but this one is the best for me. What I found great was that unlike their...More

Thank L9447ETadaml
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Haven't laughed as much in years!

Vinnie, your host is very knowledgable about the darker, murky world of Dublin horror. You board a bus decked straight out of a gothic nightmare and go to places not normally accessible to the general public with the immensely likable and entertaining Vinnie. An absolute...More

Thank TiberiusMax
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Ghost Bus Tour in Dublin

Family outing on the Ghostbus with Louisa as our guide. A great way to spend a couple of hours being entertained and informed about some of Dublins darker history. Louisa made the evening enjoyable and memorable.

Date of experience: January 2019
Thank NBM65
Reviewed 6 January 2019
Dublin's darker side comes to life!

We had great fun on this tour. Learnt about Bram Stoker, grave robbing, torture. The bus stops off twice where you are lead through the castle and then a graveyard by the very knowledgeable and funny Vincent. A great way to spend 2 hours before...More

Date of experience: January 2019
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16 October 2018|
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Response from shanngirl | Reviewed this property |
There is no bar on the bus. Possibly people had their own supply but I never saw any evidence of it. We had dinner first ( with wine ) and after the bus trip we went to a cocktail bar for one or two drinks. Then walked back... More
20 September 2018|
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Response from Cobbler21262 |
I emailed the company and they have said these dates will be bookable in January. It's weird because you can book from 26/3/2019 with no problem?
2 August 2018|
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Response from James W | Reviewed this property |
The bus requires you to have a printed ticket to board. If you don't have a printer you should be able to go directly to the tour office and acquired your tickets there before boarding the bus. Just go early.