Irish Identity Walk

Tour Details

How has being Irish been shaped by Ireland’s history? What does being Irish mean today? Ireland is known for its long history that is complicated and fractured.

In the streets of Dublin we will encounter the English speakers – the Anglo Irish if you will and also the Gaelic Irish speakers. And in addition to that there is the Scots Irish identity as well.

Discover where these different strands of the modern Ireland come from and how they impact on Irelands huge diaspora worldwide.

Discover the role of literature and music in shaping Irish identity

Starting at the City Hall and Dublin Castle this walk makes its way down river following the foot steps of millions of Irish immigrants, pausing along the way at significant monuments such as the GPO and then to The Customs House where immigrant ships were recorded prior to departure, The Jeanie Johnson Tall Ship Museum, (replica of an immigrant ship), The Irish Famine Memorial and ending at Epic Ireland – the new major Diaspora Museum where the story of The Irish people and their immigration worldwide is told.

Entrance Fees to attractions can be paid by the client on the day or in advance by arrangement

Price

€300

No. of People

1 – 4

Duration

3 Hours

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Customer Reviews

Antonio Ducie Bernardo
Antonio Ducie Bernardo5 ★Saturday, October 7th, 2017 at 8:15am
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Christos Floros
Christos Floros5 ★Thursday, March 23rd, 2017 at 5:56pm
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Hermano Tavares
Hermano Tavares5 ★Thursday, January 19th, 2017 at 10:11am

John was the first guide I ever been with and still I can say he's certainly one of the best! Not only an extremely wise mind about the entire history of Ireland, John is for sure a great friend as well! Thank you for the excellent time!

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Gina Zenyuch
Gina Zenyuch5 ★Friday, November 4th, 2016 at 12:02am

John is an amazing tour guide. His walking tour of Dublin was the 1st tour that my husband and I took when we first arrived in Ireland. He was extremely knowledgable and funny! The rest of our honeymoon we traveled the southern part of Ireland and everywhere we went we said "Thank goodness John told us about this or that..." We will definitely be signing up for more of his tours when we come back to Ireland in the future! Thanks John!!!

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Shamshad Hussain
Shamshad Hussain5 ★Thursday, November 12th, 2015 at 9:48am

John have vast knowledge of Irish historical locations and also a vast knowledge of Irish families settled in America for good and their forefathers. I really impressed by his expertise.

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Tino Hyland
Tino Hyland5 ★Wednesday, August 19th, 2015 at 7:20pm
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