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1916 Rebellion Walking Tour

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  • Maximize time spent in Dublin with this interactive walking tour
  • Learn about Ireland’s rebellion from a local
  • See top landmarks including Dublin Castle and the General Post Office
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1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
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1916 Rebellion Walking Tour
US$15.55
Overview

Learn about the 1916 Rebellion in Dublin with this interactive walking tour. Avoid the hassle of navigating and follow your guide to important landmarks including City Hall and Dublin Castle. See bullet holes marking the exterior of the General Post Office and hear stories from a local about revolutionary figures including James Connolly and Michael Collins.

What to Expect

Meet your guide at the International Bar in the heart of Dublin. The tour begins with an introduction to the history of the revolutionary period in Ireland, beginning with the Irish Famine of the 1840s and culminating in the 1916 Rising.

The first stop on this walking tour is Trinity College, followed by Old Parliament and a stroll over the Rosie Hackett Bridge. Here the guide shares stories about the women of the revolution, from Countess Markievicz to Rosie Hackett. The guide also points out Liberty Hall and explains the role of James Connolly in the 1916 rising.

The tour continues at Daniel O’Connell’s memorial and then at Jim Larkin’s statue. History comes to life in seeing the bullet and shrapnel holes still marking the exterior of the General Post Office on O’Connell Street.

Learn about this tumultuous time in Irish history as you walk to see one of Michael Collins’ offices, the Henry Grattan Bridge, and City Hall. The final stop is a visit to Dublin Castle, the seat of the British Administration before 1922.

The tour finishes at Dublin Castle, but participants are invited back to the International Bar for an optional refreshment or lunch.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Excellent all round experience due to a fantastically knowledgeable guide - Rory.

Following a warm welcome Rory gave a very informative potted history to set the scene before starting the walk. From the start it was clear that Rory was passionate about the history of Dublin/Ireland. The walk was well structured and at each stage Rory explained...More

1  Thank Jackie H
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Easter Rising

Very informative and entertaining. The sights and stories of the 1916 revolution. Comfortable walking pace and distance. Highly recommend.

1  Thank gbassdavis
Reviewed 1 week ago
Very informative and well-done!

Our guide, Kevin, was very obviously passionate about his Irish History and explained it to us beautifully. Well done and completely worth it. I learned enough in those two hours to want to continue to learn more on my own. Thanks Kevin, great job!

Thank Alanna E
Reviewed 1 week ago
1916 Rebellion Walking Tour

Very informative tour and Lorcan is passionate about the history relating to this episode in Ireland’s history.

Thank gos7
Reviewed 1 week ago
Interesting tour and knowledgeable guide

The meeting point is centrally located, but make sure you hop on inside the bar to find the tour group. The introduction downstairs in the bar lounge was very informative and gave a great backdrop of why the Easter Rising happened when it did and...More

1  Thank jewelsbyers
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JaneL3047
20 May 2018|
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Response from _samuel_ingram | Reviewed this property |
The walk lasts about two hours or a little bit more as I recall but not exhausting as frequent stops. I have some difficulty physically with walking distances or too fast but I had no issues.
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