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John Speed's map of Dublin 1610, UCD and British Library, public domain

Around Dublin's Medieval Walls Walk with Dublin Decoded

Saturday 11 May 11.15am

Tickets €10
Must be booked in advance

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Meeting point Gutter Books, Essex St/ Cow Lane

A roughly 2-hour walk, around the old city of Dublin’s Medieval walls, with discussion of the layered and violent history they witnessed, including war, invasions, fire, plaque and bloody rebellions.

A fantastic way to learn many of the often unknown, yet fascinating realities of medieval Dublin, and to learn about the origins of our city.

Live audio commentary comes from your guide Arran Henderson, supplied over your audio head set. This equipment is included into the price of your tour, so please be at the meet point on time, for us to check off your tickets online (no need for you to print tickets) and to give you your on audio “whisper set”

Tour suitable for adults, and for interested teenagers, when accompanied by a grown-up.

The tour is generally not really suitable for children under 10 years old as the route is long and it contains a lot of detailed historic information.

Tour presented and led by Arran Henderson of Dublin Decoded Tours, in partnership with the Culture Date with Dublin 8 Festival!

Photo credit: John Speed's map of Dublin 1610, UCD and British Library, public domain

Saturday 11 May 11.15am

Tickets €10
Must be booked in advance

Sold out

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