Discover the festive charm of Dublin with this 2-hour Christmas Walking Tour. Admire the iconic Samuel Beckett Bridge, Seán O’Casey Bridge, and the Triumphal Arch, all beautifully illuminated for the holiday season. Explore the historic George’s Dock, the impressive Custom House, and the impressive Liffey Viking Boat. Marvel at the towering Spire, stroll through the peaceful Wolfe Tone Park, and cross the Millenium Bridge. Finally, end the tour with a visit to the Dublin Castle Christmas Market, a must-see for holiday shoppers and foodies alike. Get into the festive spirit and soak up the charm of this beautiful city with the Christmas Walking Tour.

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  • Marvel at iconic bridges and structures beautifully illuminated for holidays.
  • Stroll through historic docks and admire impressive holiday decorations.
  • Experience the festive spirit at a bustling Christmas market.


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Entrance to Dublin Castle Christmas Market is free but it requires a pre-booked ticket

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Samuel Beckett Bridge

    A bridge designed by the famous architect Santiago Calatrava. Which side will you be on for the festive snowball fight?

  • 2

    Seán O'Casey Bridge

    More festive lights await on this pedestrain bridge named after the famous playwright. Find out why a lost remote control caused such a big headache!

  • 3

    Triumphal Arch

    Located beside the EPIC Museum and The CHQ Building, this beautiful arch was originally constructed in 1813.

  • 4

    George's Dock

    Once a working maritime dock, George's Dock is now a popular event space, which plays host to Dublin's annual Oktoberfest festival.

  • 5

    The Custom House & Liffey Viking Boat

    This 18th-century building sits on the North side of the River Liffey. It now houses the government Department of Housing, Local Government and Heritage.

  • 6

    The Spire

    The Spire, or The Monument of Light, is now an icon of the Dublin skyline. It was initially planned as a celebration of the new millennium.

  • 7

    Wolfe Tone Park

    This quaint park is named after the Irish Revolutionary leader who was baptised in the ajoining church. Part of the park is the former church graveyard.

  • 8

    Millennium Bridge

    This pedestrian bridge is one of the newest additions to the city of Dublin. Its construction was part of the city's millennium celebrations.

  • 9

    Dublin Castle Christmas Market

    A boutique festive Christmas Market located in Dublin Castle. The site also includes the Dubhlinn Gardens, Coach House Gallery, and Chester Beatty Library.

Meeting Point

Northside of the Samuell Beckett Bridge.
(Sir John Rogerson's Quay River Liffey, Dublin D15 X3DY Ireland)
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Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.