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Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl

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Highlights
  • Get private seating at some of Dublin's most packed pubs
  • Explore Temple Bar with guides: It's easy to get lost in this busy area
  • Find the best places to hear Irish music with your musician guides
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Dublin Traditional Irish Music Pub Crawl
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Musical Pub Crawl 7:30pmMost Popular
This package includes the show only. Tour starts at 7.30pm.
US$16.30
Pub Crawl with Dinner Show 6pm
Tour starts at 6pm. Dinner will be served at 19.15 in Flanagan’s, O’Connell St. Dinner is a 3-course set menu with Tea, Coffee and guests can choose from the menu on the night.
US$50.06
Overview
This tour doesn’t offer free drinks, but what it does offer is private seating at all of the Temple Bar pubs visited during the night (seats and even standing space can be hard to come by in the area), and of course, a fun time. Led by two Dublin musicians, this tour also provides a rundown of the importance of music in Irish culture, with live performances at each stop.
What to Expect
Meet your guides, two local musicians, in Temple Bar before your tour. If you’ve chosen to upgrade to include dinner at Flanagan’s, walk over to O’Connell Street with your guides to enjoy your fixed 3-course meal.

Either way, the true night starts around 7:30pm—after the upgraders finish their dinner. Head out to one of Dublin’s most popular nightlife areas, Temple Bar, and pop into pubs to taste local drinks and learn about music in Irish culture.

Get special seating at all venues you stop at, and even listen to artists from the Dublin area perform live. You buy your own drinks during this tour (own expense), but you can ask your guides, or the bartenders, for traditional Irish recommendations.

This tour takes you to pubs within walking distance of one another, but your guides know their way, so you never have to worry about getting lost or having to ask for directions.

Your tour ends in Temple Bar.
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
A very enjoyable funny evening

Upon arriving we were slightly concerned that the majority of people were the same age as a parents but low and behold it was a cracking evening!!! The 2 musicians that were the guides just had us laughing constantly, incredibly talented musicians to and really...More

Thank Jscars
Reviewed 5 days ago
Not What I Expected

I was nervous that this would be a cheesy show for tourists with overpriced drinks. We did this tour near the end of our 2 weeks in Ireland. I was pleasantly surprised by the experience. We were escorted to a few different pubs but yes,...More

1  Thank jdmalawi
Reviewed 1 week ago
A great introduction to Irish music

This was a really fun tour. It was led by 2 Irish musicians who led us to 3 pubs. At each pub they played a variety of instruments, explained the history of Irish music, but in a very humorous way. Lots of fun, laughing and...More

Thank Kathy B
markmusicalpubcrawl, Owner at Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Great Kathy, so happy to hear you enjoyed the story telling and the music. Eve - Account Manager Musical Pub Crawl

Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great evening with friends

This was a very nice evening with friends in a fun adventure. Good organization and the enchanting stories were as fascinating as the music was as entertainment. Good for anyone that likes traditional Irish music at wants to learn more about it.

Thank David C
markmusicalpubcrawl, Owner at Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Brilliant David, delighted you enjoyed it. Happy to hear you enjoyed our musicians stories. Eve - Account Manager Musical Pub Crawl

Reviewed 1 week ago
Lots of fun

Our party of six arrived 15 minutes early to the Oliver and St. John Gogarty by cab to enjoy the pub ambience before the actual pub crawl. The Temple Bar area was crowded on the August Bank Holiday weekend. The mood was upbeat, polite, colourful...More

1  Thank R8506AOlindam
markmusicalpubcrawl, Owner at Traditional Irish Musical Pub Crawl, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

We are happy to hear your positive account of the evening, we look forward to welcoming you again in the not to distant future. Eve - Account Manager Musical Pub Crawl

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m F
17 August 2018|
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Response from TOM P | Reviewed this property |
We did not do dinner but the pub crawl was very a nice experience. It did involve some walking at a slow pace. Probably a half mile to the last pub and we dispersed from there.
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madamsawah
7 August 2018|
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Response from Hosta_La_Vista | Reviewed this property |
Most definitely. A good start to a fun evening.
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Olivia D
2 August 2018|
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Response from QGJohn | Reviewed this property |
Off of their website FAQ's, NO. Guests must be 18 or over to attend.
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