Public Walking Tours:

Unlike most larger, walking tour companies we do not host regular, scheduled public tours.   We prefer to keep things small,  to avoid routine, and we never work off a script.

We lead from 1 to 4 public tours each month but there’s no repeating schedule or cycle of tours which means tour- routes and dates all change, each month.  These public Dublin Decoded tours are primarily aimed at Irish or at Dublin based guests,  and  showcase less obvious, or more overlooked parts of the city.   However everybody is very welcome to attend.  However, as we run relatively few public tours , and as dates are only decided a 2- 4 weeks in advance, many guests coming to Ireland prefer to order their own private walking tours. 

Tickets for upcoming Public Tours (those scheduled at the time of reading) should appear directly below.   But remember we only schedule about 3-4 weeks ahead at any time.  Therefore to hear about,  and join in future public walking tours, your best option, by far, is to subscribe to our handy free monthly mailshot / e-newsletter.   (We use MailChimp a reputable firm, who will never share your data and it is easy to unsubscribe any time)  To sign up for the newsletter go here.   Otherwise see our public scheduled tours below, as they are currently scheduled.  Please do not use the Private form contact form to ask queries about public tours.  Thank you.

Public tour list below:

Sunday  08th APRIL  at 11.30am   – Kildare St area  & a visit to 6 Harcourt Street:   tickets still available!  See below.

Tickets for Wednesday 25th April tour “walking the “Dubline” from Cornmarket, through  Thomas Street, James St,  and a private visit to the Edward Worth 14.25 start.  (2.25 PM) also available, see further down page.

Sinn Fein 1918-2 (Feb?) 1918 Collins, Brennan, from Conemamra, (later ambasador to Washington

–  No 6 Harcourt was Cardinals Newman’s former home, and later the office of Michael Collins and former HQ of Sinn Fein during the Irish Revolutionary era.   Our tour is on Sunday 08th April 2018,  11.30 start.  Meet at Kildare Place.  Before we visit number 6 we shall tour the Kildare St area looking at architecture and history in this remarkable district.   It’s strongly recommended to purchase tickets in advance as our tour often sell out.   Please read tour details and T&Cs please on ticket page before you purchase.  Thank you.

 

Sunday 15th April, at 11.30, an architectural and historical walk up and down Grafton Street.  Tickets sold out.

2-5 place available on the day, on first come/first serve basis.

Grafton St Upper wide Harry St, Annes St

we tour the Grafton St area looking at architecture and history in this remarkable district and on eof Dublin’s most storied and famous streets.   It’s strongly recommended to purchase tickets in advance as our tour often sell out.   Please read details, and our T&Cs on tour ticket page before you purchase.  Thank you.

Tickets sold out.   2-5 place available on the day, on first come/first serve basis.

Sat 21st April 2018:    in partnership with the Irish Georgian Society,  a Grangegorman walking tour.  13.45 start.  (1.45 PM)

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to see this event and read description of this Grangegorman event on the events page of the Irish Georgian Society website, please go here.      To go directly to purchase tickets for this tour on EventBrite please go here.

Wednesday 25th April 2018:   walking the “Dubline”.  Cornmarket, Thomas Street, James St,  and a private visit to the Edward Worth 14.25 start.  (2.25 PM)

Worth library

on Wednesday 25th April 2018:   walking the “Dubline”.  Cornmarket, Thomas Street, James St,  and a private visit to the Edward Worth 14.25 start.  (2.25 PM) strongly recommended to purchase tickets in advance as our tour often sell out.   Please read all details, and our T&Cs,  on our tour ticket page before you purchase.  Thank you.

SORRY – SOLD OUT  –  ENDED Sat 24th March:   Camden St area, roads & lanes & a site visit to 9A Aungier Street, Dublin’s oldest house.   Sat 24th March 2018,  11.15 start.   SORRY – THIS TOUR is now SOLD OUT  ENDED

 Inside the Mahon archive Merrion Sq, and insider Art treat at the National Gallery of Ireland, early evening of Thurs, 08 March, 2.30PM – 4.30 PM.    Tour ENDED.

https://www.eventbrite.ie/e/how-to-read-a-painting-art-symbols-tour-national-gallery-of-ireland-tickets-42849361594

Upcoming Public Tour – How to Read a Painting

But as there are only 1-3 tours per month, and as tours are only decided 5- 14 days in advance, many many visitors from overseas prefer to order their own private walking tour, o the route and date of youyr choice.  Please see the link here to order your own private walking tours

Please note the contact form page on the private tour pages is for use regarding private tour inquiries only.

If you wish to attend public tours:  if you’re traveling to Ireland there may well be a public tour – like the ones listed above-  that will (eventually) be scheduled for during the time of your visit.    Everyone is welcome to participate.    Please note our public tours are on different and diverse topics each month, and varying dates .  Tickets typically €17 -€23 p/p.     Please note we unfortunately can not answer email queries about public tours.    All information on upcoming public tours is available via our monthly newsletter, and via our tour listings on Eventbrite, and finally any scheduled at the time of reading will appear above on this page.    If none appear it is because none are scheduled, or none have yet been scheduled.

Our free monthly newsletter also lists our public tour events.  The mailing list is handled by MailChimp, a very reputable firm and it’s easy to unsubscribe at any time.    You are very welcome to join, via this link.

Below: images from some of our public tours over the past 18-24 months…