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The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour

By: DoDublin
Highlights
  • Be transported between sites in the company of an entertaining guide
  • Hear lesser-known tales of the city's dark side
  • Experience the unique opportunity to go into an underground crypt
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The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour
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  • Overview
  • What to Expect
  • Important Information
  • Reviews
  • Q&A
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8pm Departure
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Friday and Saturday tour departing at 7.00pm
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9:30pm Departure
Friday and Saturday tour departing at 9.30pm
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Overview
See a different side to the Irish capital on this ghost tour of Dublin. Be enlightened by little-known tales of the city's darker side while journeying with your entertaining guide to some of its most sinister spots. Get a new perspective on the Royal College of Surgeons, wander the ghostly St. James graveyard, and descend below ground at the creepy crypt of Christ Church Cathedral. Also enjoy a convenient pickup and drop-off from the city center.
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.
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1 - 5 of 62 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago
Not what I had Expected

My friend and I signed up for this tour hoping it would be ghostly and historical at the same time. As we got onto the bus, our guide was talking about movies and such and less about our Dublin surroundings and what pertained to anything...More

1  Thank Lauren B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile
A European Review

I took part in this tour with with my teenager son and we had much expectations for a 'ghost' experience as it was claimed. At the end we were very disappointed as it delivered nothing of any thrilling or any breath taking encounters. It was...More

2  Thank Magdy A
Reviewed 1 week ago
Vincent our Ghostbus Storyteller

What a hoot! This was a highlight of Dublin, which has many many fantastic things to see and do. So Vincent was our Ghostbus Storyteller...he was so funny, intense and extremely entertaining! We had a blast and would recommend this tour to anyone visiting Dublin...just...More

Thank Lois L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Quirky, Creepy & Comical

The Dublin Ghost Bus Tour is an entertaining, family-friendly tour that is masterfully executed by the tour host, Vincent, and chauffeured by Francis. Vincent, who has been doing the tour for 13 years blends chilling historical stories, punny jokes, interactive quizzes for prizes, a tour...More

Thank James W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great fun for everyone!

My kids (10 & 6) desperately wanted to do this tour, so we booked it, even though it says not recommended for under 14. My kids had a BLAST!! The one and only Vincent was our tour host, and he was tons of fun. Lots...More

Thank PETLAND M
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Kelly K
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.
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RonnieM5
21 April 2018|
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Response from saek | Reviewed this property |
THE ghost tour is a series of stories and they stop at sites related to stories. The windows are curtained so you can not see out..Throughout the tour they are talking...They do not want you distracted...
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