Walking Tours Dublin - The Green Mile Walking Tour
A walking tour of the stunning St Stephens Green. Uncover the stories of Dublin’s favourite city park and the central role it has played in Ireland’s history.
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- Walking Tour of St. Stephen’s Green
- Fascinating insight into St. Stephen’s Green’s involvement in key Irish events
- Relive key moments in Irish history from the very location of significant events
- Discover the influence St. Stephen’s Green has had on Irish literary greats
Walking Tour of St. Stephen’s Green
Brought to you by the Little Museum of Dublin, the Green Mile Walking Tour is a walking tour not to be missed . You will hear fascinating facts about Dublin’s literary giants – novelists and poets, and how St. Stephen’s Green inspired them with their most amazing works.
St. Stephen’s Green
Every year 8.1 million people walk through St Stephen's Green. Its central city location beside shops, restaurants, and offices make it a popular park for Dubliner’s in their daily lives. Easy to admire the beauty of the park, it’s fascinating to think of the key role that St. Stephen’s Green has played in Irish history. For example, James Joyce studied on the Green and the Irish Constitution was drafted at the Shelbourne Hotel. The beautiful city square is home to waterfowl – and you will hear how fighting during the 1916 Rising was stopped daily so that the Park Keeper could feed the St. Stephen’s Green ducks. This handsome square has long served as a backdrop for public and private drama, as well as the setting for many great love stories.
Green Mile Walking Tour Tickets
Capacity is strictly limited and the tours often sell out. To avoid disappointment, book your tickets now. This excellent walking tour of St Stephen’s Green begins in the museum at 2.00pm everyday
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