Things to do in Dublin
Lazy Bike Tours
See even more of Dublin on an exciting e-bike tour with Lazy Bike Tours! Their electric bikes are cool, comfortable and eco-friendly, using pedelec technology to assist you and ensure you won’t even break a sweat. All e-bike tours are led by knowledgeable and entertaining local guides who will share the history of Dublin with you. Interesting anecdotes, thought-provoking historical explanations and lively discussions are all part of Lazy Bike Tours. This e-bike adventure will show you more sides to the city than you might imagine…
Experience a new exhibition centre developed to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising. Set in the historic Richmond Barracks – within whose walls over 3,000 Irish rebels were held – the interactive multimedia attraction traces the story of the site from military barracks to housing estate and from school to exhibition centre; while guided tours include a trip to Goldenbridge Cemetery (weather permitting). Discover this lost chapter of Kilmainham and Inchicore’s history in the heart of Dublin.
City Kayaking runs river trips from Dublin City Moorings through the very centre of the beating heart of the capital. Take this opportunity to paddle under the famous O’Connell and Ha’penny bridges and see Dublin’s most famous landmark sites from a unique angle! The trips are led by experienced local guides and take place on very stable "sit on top" kayaks, ideal for beginners. The experience takes about two hours, of which at least 90 minutes on the water.
Dalton’s Musical History Tour
Enjoy some of Dublin's most famous old-time songs on a Dalton’s Musical History Tour, led by a local professional singer. You can even partake in a coached interactive singing session while visiting the very locations tied to the songs themselves, learning about their people and history! A tour not to be missed.
Irish Food Trail
On the Irish Food Trail, you will experience the best Irish food, restaurants and pubs in the capital, while exploring Dublin with the locals. This is a walking food tour on which ‘craic agus ceol’ (fun, food & music) are the main focus!
On this three-hour-long food and walking tour, you will visit three of Dublin's most popular and best-hidden venues, tasting three Irish dishes with your own local guide. It’s is all about getting together and sharing food, drink and experiences in good company.