If you fancy a Happy Easter weekend we are running the Hidden History of Dublin Tour. The walking tour will begin at 2 pm on Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday. You will get a great understanding of Dublin through the history and architecture of its homes. We will explore what is a home, whether it is a large Georgian house or a Tenement housing multiple families. Could a jail be considered a home or a fruit and vegetable market?
A home for many is an apartment but in the past many people lived communally in Convents, Abbeys and laundries and we will see a convent which was the home of a developer.
Green St Courthouse has a fascinating and varied history, the trials people faced, when there was no CCTV or forensics with swift trials & transportation or worse.
The Dublin Fruit and Veg Markets built 1892 for sellers to be out of the cold it is a vast and beautiful building where many tenement women worked.
We will cross the Liffey to see Medieval Fishamble St birthplace of Molly Malone. Winetavern St was the Viking core and find the writing on the ground!
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You will be able to avoid the long queues at Dublin Airport and have a hassle free and fun tour with Walk Dublin
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