Free Tour North Side
Explore the city that challenged an Empire
Dublin Free Walking Tours
We offer the Northside FREE walking tour at 3.30pm every day.
NORTH SIDE FREE TOUR
On this tour, we focus on the political history of the independence movement and the 1916 rebellion, The influence of the famine to the rise of Parnell and the home rule bills of the 1880s , The birth of Sinn Fein and the demand for independence of the early 20th century that concluded in freedom for the Irish State
On this tour we will visit famous locations such as The Garden of Remembrance: dedicated to those who gave their lives for Irish Freedom.
Moore Street Market: Follow the footsteps of the men of 1916 in the final hours of the rebellion
Custom House: A beautiful Georgian building and an outstanding example of the importance of Dublin as the 2nd city of the Empire.
General Post Office: The headquarters of the leaders of the 1916 rising, when a city challenged an Empire
All Tours meet at The Spire, O'Connell Street (The big needle).
Q: Are the tours really FREE?
A: yes and the highest quality is guaranteed on this tour because it is entirely tips-based. Your guide does not get paid by the city or any business to deliver your tour but will accept a donation at the end, if you wish to leave one. Please feel free to tip your guide according to your budget and how much you enjoyed the tour.
Q: Where do the tours start?
A: All tours start at the Spire on O'Connell Street
Q: Do I need to book or can I just turn up?
A: it is always best to book to ensure your place, tours at times can be in high demand. This also assist us in scheduling the correct number of guides so we can maintain a comfortable number on tour.
Q:Do I need to be fit to do this tour?
A: All our tours are conducted at a casual stroll, we try to ensure that it is a comfortable pace for everyone.
Q: Is the tour wheelchair and stroller accessible?
A: Yes, the guide can adjust the route if required for all out tours
Q: Where does the tour end?
A: The tour ends close to Christchurch, Ten minutes walk from The Guinness Store House and a few minutes stroll from Temple Bar.