Original Dublin Mythology & Folklore Tour
Overview of the tour in Dublin
Stories, story-tellers, and intriguing characters - both real and fictional - are at the heart of our culture, our identity, and the Irish narrative.
To really know Dublin, you have to know its stories!
On this tour, we visit some lesser-explored parts of the city and share some of our most fascinating mythology, folklore, tales, superstitions, and stories from ancient times right up to the contemporary era, and reveal how they have been used to inspire revolution and rebellion, create a national identity, and shape the Ireland of today.
Led by a fully qualified, accredited, professional local tour guide from the Original Dublin Guide Collective, this insightful and enjoyable tour is unlike any other in the city.
This activity includes:
- Cú Chulainn statue
- Garden of Remembrance
- An Post, General Post Office
- O'Connell Bridge
- The Old Storehouse Bar and Restaurant
- Introduction to Irish Mythology
- Fairies, Folktales, and Traditions
- Pat Noise Memorial - the strangest story of a revolutionary
- The strangest story of an irish revolutionary
The Old Stroehouse, 3 Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 2
Meet your Original Dublin guide in front of The Old Storehouse Pub, 3 Crown Alley, Temple Bar, Dublin 2. It is a very central location, just a couple of minutes walk from Dublin Castle, Trinity College, and the Ha' Penny Bridge over the river Liffey.
Things to note
Please arrive at least 5 minutes before the start time.
Free Cancellation up to 24 hours before the activity starts. Late cancellation or your non-arrival is not refundable.