Georgian Splendour and Victorian Gems: South-East Dublin city highlights

Tour Dublin’s elegant South Georgian Core, including Dawson, Kildare and Molesworth Streets.  Discover elegant 18th and 19th-century churches and townhouses, libraries and museums, a Georgian ballroom, a highly cryptic Masonic hall, decorative art, literary history and much, much more.

This tour brings you around a selection of superb historic buildings in this gracious district of Dublin, with its elegant 18th and 19th-century buildings, aristocratic clubhouses, townhouses and plutocratic mansions.  We will explore:

  • Dawson, Kildare and Molesworth Streets
  • and elegant St Stephen’s Green.

Highlights include:

  • the National Museum and Library
  • Masonic Hall
  • Lord Mayors House
  • Georgian Ball Room
  • a superb 1930’s Government departmental office block in Art Deco style
  • Wonderful 19th-century Neo-Byzantine church
  • There is plenty of social, political and literary history along the way
  • We sometimes end up in a tiny 19th-century chemist shop, speaking about James Joyce

Tour Details:

  • Tour Route: 2 – 2.6 km (approx)
  • Tour time: 2 hours (approx)
  • Price: please hit the green “Book Now” button and input your date and guest numbers.  The price will depend on your number of guests.
  • below, images and details from some of our Dublin Decoded guided walking tours in the South East quarter of Dublin City Centre. 



Grafton St tour

corbals on Westin, former Scottish Widows Building, TN Deane

London Art History Society early July 2018, (at the House of Lords)

Masons oand Dutch Billies on Molesworth St, South East Tour image copyright Dublin Decoded

With my nice Belgian group late August 2018

Barbara and Danni Linn & Family

with the Nokazaki Family at the Univ Church

copyright of Arran Henderson & Dublin DEcoded tours

HOUSE oF LORDS Dublin Decoded August Tour for IGS

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