Hop Hop On Hop Off Citysigtseeing Tour
Explore the City in Style with Dublin City Sightseeing, now operating a service that follows the Dublin DNA trail and stops that service the 'quarter'. This had been known as the blue route but from May 2016 will be known as the Dublin DNA route.
Sightseeing in Dublin - Plenty of things to do and see. Friendly live guides will show you the best attractions, including;
• Guinness Storehouse
• Old Jameson Distillery
• National Botanic Gardens
• GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium
• EPIC Ireland
• GPO - Witness History Museum
The close proximity of Dublin's main attractions mean that each stop on the tour offers lots of activities and makes Ireland's capital the ideal location for City Sightseeing's open top tour. Multi-lingual commentary in also available and headphones are included in the tour price. Ask your driver about the free walking tour or just relax and enjoy the view.
The City Sightseeing Dublin Tour runs from 9am-7pm and takes approximately 90 Minutes. Buses arrive every 10 minutes before 2pm and every 15 minutes there after. City Sightseeing makes it easy to discover the best that Dublin has to offer.
For more details see City Sighteeing Dublin Website
Dublin Northside Attractions (DNA)
No visit to Dublin would be complete without exploring the unique and fascinating DNA trail. Experience the vibrant and varied attractions that are a key not only to the character of Dublin city, but also to its people and the people of Ireland.
Revealing the people behind the places that are now landmarks of the Northside of Dublin and lasting monuments to its citizens - the colourful, the courageous, and the ill-fated; from the everyday working folk to the rebels, poets and pioneers.
Walk in their footsteps as the DNA trail affords you a vivid and enjoyable insight into the people who made Dublin - and Ireland - what it is today.
A collaboration of 12 of the key visitor attractions and experiences primarily located in the North city centre quarter, Dublin's Northside Attractions aim is to promote the unique culture and heritage that Dublin's DNA quarter has to offer.
The play on the word DNA demonstrates that we share a common inheritance across the Northside.
Museum Opening Times:
Monday to Sunday inc Bank Holidays
Until 23th March 2018: 10am-5pm
From 24th March to 26th October 2018: 10am-6pm
How to book:
The best and quickest way to get your place booked in:
Use the "Book Tickets" button at top.
When you get to the ticket page, you will see a selection of the different tickets we offer.
You must select the appropriate ticket from this selection and complete the booking process.
For booking enquiries:
Discuss your group booking with our Bookings Coordinator:
+353 1 882 6550