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Dublin: Generation Pub Crawl

1. Dublin: Generation Pub Crawl

Join this pub crawl and have a guaranteed good night out in Dublin that you won't forget. Enjoy a pint of that creamy, malty goodness known as Guinness, bar hop with your guide, and enjoy live music in traditional Irish pubs.  Meet your guide and fellow partygoers at the Norseman pub at Temple Bar to begin this pub crawl. Start the night with a free pint of Guinness to down before you set off to have the best night of your life. Don't worry what happens in Dublin stays in Dublin.  Experience a night full of the craic (an Irish word slang for fun and enjoyment). Party like the locals, stagger to 5 lively venues, get free shots, and drink discounts. Enjoy skip-the-line access and free entrance to all venues with your newfound drinking buddies. Immerse yourself in the electric atmosphere of Dublin's nightlife. Drink, dance, and be merry as you hit the much-loved Whelan's. Then, finish your night on a high at the famous nightclub, Copper Face Jacks, where you will enjoy VIP entry and you can party until the wee hours. Discover some of the city's best pubs and clubs with in-the-know locals, and get exclusive savings on this pub crawl. If you enjoy drinking, dancing, and meeting easy-going people then this pub crawl is right up your street.

Irish Whiskey Museum: Whiskey Blending Experience

2. Irish Whiskey Museum: Whiskey Blending Experience

Enter the Irish Whiskey Museum in Dublin for a fully guided tour and interactive tasting experience. Learn the origins of Irish whiskey and its rise to glory and dramatic fall before the current revival of the industry. Listen to wonderful stories told by entertaining guides as they take you back through the ages of Irish whiskey. See a unique collection of Irish whiskey memorabilia that dates back to the 1800s, mixed with a modern twist. This is one memory you are sure to savor. After your 45-minute tour, relax over 4 types of Irish whiskey in the modern tasting bar. Listen to a master blender's explanations about everything you need to know about producing and tasting whiskey. Put your knowledge into practice and become a master blender yourself! Spend time crafting and sampling your own unique blend of Irish whiskey, and take home a personalized miniature bottle as a keepsake.

Dublin 2-Hour E-Bike Tour with a Local Guide

3. Dublin 2-Hour E-Bike Tour with a Local Guide

The story of Dublin comes alive as you explore the city by electric bike. This 2-hour small group activity makes it possible for you to enjoy the sights and sounds of Dublin in a way that really immerses you in Dublin life. Because e-bikes are used, this fun activity is accessible to all. The tour company is fully insured and the idea behind the tour is that a large area can easily be covered, giving visitors a great orientation of the city in an informative, stress-free manner. A local guide will lead your tour and provide a history of the capital with a typical Dublin wit. See a side of Dublin that’s not typically mentioned in the guidebooks. The tour is designed for small groups (a maximum of 10 people), meaning that the tour is tailored in its approach, allowing for lots of time to ask questions. With the tales your guide has to tell, you most definitely will not be bored! There is no better way to explore an area than by cycling. Ride around the streets of Dublin on an e-bike and you’ll have lots of time and energy to take in more attractions afterwards!

Dublin: Haunted City Exploration Game

4. Dublin: Haunted City Exploration Game

Follow clues and solve puzzles to discover the most haunted places around Dublin. Using an interactive city exploration app on your phone, follow a step-by-step guide to the cursed buildings of Dublin whilst listening to stories about these horrific locations. Solve each clue to unlock the next destination and wander around the city streets visiting some of the most iconic landmarks including St. Ann’s Church, City Hall, Olypmia Theater, and more. As you explore, discover the hidden legends and haunted tales of Dublin, and listen to spine-tingling stories from start to finish. This tour is designed for travelers looking to see the city of Dublin from a different perspective, and have an experience unlike any other. Along the way, you’ll find locations that even the locals don’t know about, and see sights you might have otherwise missed on a traditional tour experience. Benefit from the freedom to complete the tour at your own pace, and pause the game at any time. After your booking, you will receive an email on how to download the game into your phone. You can play on your own, in a large group or in several smaller groups that compete against each other and meet at the final stop of the game. For larger groups, one person can purchase access for the entire group by selecting the number of people in the group. All group members will be able to download and play the city game on their phone. Alternatively, each person can make their own purchase.

Dublin: Windmill Lane Recording Studios Tour

5. Dublin: Windmill Lane Recording Studios Tour

Step beyond the famous metal doors of Windmill Lane Recording Studios for an exclusive, immersive, and highly memorable experience.  Go behind the scenes and see where award-winning music has been created by the likes of Lady Gaga, Hozier, Westlife, U2, The Cranberries, Kylie Minogue, Riverdance, and The Rolling Stones.  Be guided around this iconic Dublin building from passionate tour guides who are also musicians and producers themselves. Learn how recording technology has evolved from early devices to modern, dynamic computer software.  Fill your ears with the recording of a band’s performance in the live room while the guide explains the recording process. Listen to an especially commissioned binaural recording and immerse yourself in 360-degree sound.

Dublin: Gaelic Games Experience

6. Dublin: Gaelic Games Experience

Experience a Gaelic Games session at a local Gaelic club called "Na Fianna", located a 10-minute bus journey from the city center. Your modern facility includes a dedicated visitor center, with three public bus routes (numbers 4, 9, and 155) stopping directly across the road. Sessions start with an introduction to what are known locally as "Gaelic Games". This includes the history of the games, their revered place to life in Ireland, and how the games are structured/played. You’ll see video clips and the Irish passion for GAA, and will generally just have the "craic". Following the engaging introduction, you will head out to the astro pitch where you'll partake in gentle team-building activities of Gaelic football, hurling, and handball. You’ll need flat footwear and a willingness to have fun, with casual clothing being preferable. Bring sporting attire as you'll get competitive. There is water, tea/coffee available, and if you wish to use the on-site dressing rooms/showers, please bring your own towels/toiletries. Your trainers for the day will be great; being passionate about their beloved games and really interacting with visitors. Depending on your group, you most likely play some mini-matches, all in good fun.

Dublin: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & City Tour

7. Dublin: Self-Guided Scavenger Hunt & City Tour

Solve riddles and find clues on a self-guided scavenger hunt and walking tour through Dublin. Download the app onto your phone and explore Dublin at your own pace, spotting sights such as Dublin City Hall, the Oscar Wilde Memorial, and more. Use the app and integrated maps to find your way to 10 attractions in Dublin. As you explore, solve a location-based riddle at each attraction and unlock the next location you'll visit. The app includes facts and information about each location you stop at. Work as a team and use logic, imagination, observation, and problem solving to make your way around the city. For some extra fun compete in teams and race to the finish line. Along the way, you can stop for a coffee, grab lunch, or take a break at any time. The tour route includes the Parnell Monument, the Spire of Dublin, O’Connel Bridge, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin City Hall, St. Patrick's Cathedral, St. Andrew's Church, Fusiliers' Arch, National Museum of Ireland, and the Oscar Wilde Memorial, where the tour ends.

Dublin: 3-Hour Irish Literature Walking Tour

8. Dublin: 3-Hour Irish Literature Walking Tour

Dublin is a city of literature with three of Ireland's Nobel Prize in Literature winners hailing from this fair city. The capital has been immortalized in the works of James Joyce, Flann O'Brien and Roddy Doyle, to mention a few in the pantheon. On this tour, you will get to know about some of the greatest writers and read their words on the cobblestones where they once stood.  The tour will begin at Merrion Square at the former home of Oscar Wilde. In the central green of the square you will find a humorous statue of a youthful Wilde basking on a rock with some of his wittier quotes on display. You will hear key extracts from "The Portrait of Dorian Gray," "Importance of being Earnest" and "The Ballad of Reading Gaol." Around the corner from Merrion Square, you will enter Sweny's Pharmacy, a James Joyce museum, where you will hear a ballad sung in the Gaelic tongue. In the National Library of Ireland, you will find a permanent exhibit charting the life and times of W.B. Yeats. Before you enter this significant building, you will read excerpts from "Easter 1916" and "The Lake Isle of Innisfree," two of his finest poems. At St. Anne's Church on Dawson Street, you'll discuss the gothic writers Bram Stoker and his inspiration Sheridan Le Fanu. Stoker married Florence Balcombe here in 1878. Nearby at the Duke Pub, frequented by a young James Joyce, and McDaids, the haunt of Patrick Kavanagh, you will hear some humorous stories about two of Ireland's greatest writers over an Irish coffee. Next on your journey, you will enter Trinity College Dublin, which produced three Nobel Prize in Literature winners: Samuel Becket, George Bernard Shaw and W.B. Yeats. The career of alumni Beckett, Oliver Goldsmith and Shaw will be discussed and you will read excerpts from "The End," "The Vicar of Wakefield" and "Pygmalion." At the Palace Bar at the entrance to Temple Bar, you will stop in the famous haunt of Flann O'Brien and Brendan Behan and hear about the life and works of two men considered to be the greatest writers of their generation. Over a pint, you will read from "At Swim Two Birds" and "Borstal Boy." After much needed refreshment, you will continue the tour with a discussion of Dublin's greatest female writers, Lady Augusta Gregory, Edna O'Brien, the Gore-Booth sisters, at a series of murals dedicated to their memory. Then, visit the Ulysses murals and read more from James Joyce. By Dublin Castle and St. Patrick's Cathedral, you will meet the father of modern Irish literature, Jonathan Swift, who was once the Dean of the cathedral. Read from the fantastical "Gulliver's Travels" but also from the satirical "A Modest Proposal for Ireland." Stop at the National Theatre of Ireland the Abbey. Founded in 1904 as a stage for developing Irish literary talent by Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory, two of its most controversial talents were J.M. Synge and Sean O'Casey. Finish your tour at the Irish Writer's Museum in Parnell Square where you will learn how their literature became legacy.

Dublin: Old Town's Famous Pubs Exploration Game

9. Dublin: Old Town's Famous Pubs Exploration Game

Explore Old Town Dublin with an exciting and interesting exploration game for smartphones. Discover Dublin's best pubs while reenacting the role of a young man learning his mother's mysterious family history. Begin at the Brazen Head, and take between 2 to 2.5 hours to complete the game or explore at your own pace: pause the game and resume anytime from the location where you paused it, and finish the game at Toners. Solve challenges, and watch the story unfold as exact directions on your phone guide you to the next location. Get ready for an exciting city game and get ready to discover Dublin's best pubs.

Dublin: Traditional Irish Dance Class and Live Dance Show

10. Dublin: Traditional Irish Dance Class and Live Dance Show

Experience the exhilaration of learning traditional Irish dances with this dance class taught by locals. Watch a live music and dancing show by award-winning performers in an authentic Irish pub.  Meet your host at the pub O'Sheas of Talbot Street. Let your instructor share their passion for dance with you. Participate in a cultural event that is operated by real Irish musicians and dancers. Get a reserved table in a popular pub that is located in a stunning Georgian building. Admire the moves of these well-trained performers. Find out how to replicate these dances as your instructor breaks down each step in an easy-to-follow way. Have the option to complete your cultural experience by purchasing a pint of creamy Guinness. Take to the dance floor and try out your new moves to live Irish songs that will be sure to get you in the mood to dance.

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What people are saying about Dublin

Overall rating

4.3 / 5

based on 177 reviews

Fantastic way to start my Ireland experience! The tour merged history, culture, and (my personal favorite) whiskey tasting. Matt was fantastic as a guide and was ready with recommendations and advice regarding what else to do in Dublin

Jess was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. Very accommodating to the varying abilities of the group. Great to see Dublin on a bike. Would 100% recommend!!

Had a great tour with two young teenagers, there was something for everyone, we live locally and had never been, would highly recommend it.

A fantastic tour and would highly recommend this. Dave was excellent guide with so much knowledge and all so interesting. Book it.

Met some incredible people! Will definitely do it again.