Explore the historical and cultural gems of Dublin on a 2-hour easy-paced walking tour. Begin at Christ Church Cathedral, a stunning medieval church, then visit Dublin Castle, a historic castle and government complex. See the Olympia Theatre, a historic theater that has hosted famous names in music and theater. Take a photo with the iconic Molly Malone Statue, cross the famous Ha’penny Bridge and stroll through the colorful streets of Temple Bar, one of Dublin’s most popular neighborhoods. Finally, visit Viking Dublin, an interactive museum that brings the Viking and Medieval history of Dublin to life. This tour will give you a great sense of Dublin’s rich history and culture, and you will leave with a deeper understanding of the city and its people.

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  • Explore medieval sites and historic theaters on a leisurely walk.
  • Snap photos at iconic statues and cross famous bridges.
  • Stroll through vibrant neighborhoods bustling with Dublin's lively culture.


  • Professional local tour guide


  • Admission fee to Christ Church Cathedral: Adult Ticket: €10
  • Admission fee to Dublin Castle: Adult Ticket: €8.00

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Christ Church Cathedral

    Originally a Viking Church, this church is almost 1,000 years old and was founded circa 1028 making it Dublin’s oldest working structure.

  • 2

    Dublin Castle

    Built by King John in 1204, Dublin Castle is now a major government complex and a major tourist attraction.

  • 3

    The Olympia Theatre

    This famous concert venue was opened as a music hall in 1879. It is easily recognized by its ornate iron and glass canopy.

  • 4

    Molly Malone Statue

    The somewhat notorious Molly Malone is sung about in the ballad 'Cockles and Mussels'. The statue was erected to immortilsed the famous woman from the folk song.

  • 5

    Ha'Penny Bridge

    Once known as the 'Penny Ha'Penny Bridge' this cast iron pedestrian bridge is now synonymous with the city of Dublin.

  • 6

    Temple Bar

    A cultural hotspot located in the heart of Dublin. The Temple Bar area is the perfect place to listen to traditional Irish music.

  • 7

    Wood Quay Amphitheatre - Viking Dublin

    Wood Quay is an ancient Viking settlement situated right beside the River Liffey.

Meeting Point

The main entrance of Christ Church Cathedral (Christchurch Pl, Wood Quay, Dublin 8, Ireland) See Map

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