Discover the Fascinating History of Dublin's River Liffey and its Bridges!
Ramble through the heart of Dublin while learning about the fascinating history of its River Liffey bridges, who built them, when they were built, and why. Pass many other landmark sites from the Guinness Brewery to Christchurch Cathedral, the Custom House, and lots more!
- Distance: 4.5km / 2.8 miles
- Capacity: from 4 (minimum) to 15 (maximum) people for public tour
- Private group bookings also available
- Availability: Weekdays all year around
- Start Times: on the hour every hour from 8am to 3pm
- Linear walk passing 16 Dublin City bridges that span the River Liffey
- Heuston Station
- Croppie’s Acre Memorial Park
- Guinness Brewery
- Collins Barracks (National Museum)
- The Four Courts
- Brazen Head (Oldest Pub in Dublin)
- Christchurch Cathedral & Wood Quay Civic Offices
- Daniel O'Connell Statue
- The Custom House
- Famine Memorial
- EPIC Irish Emigration Museum
- Jeanie Johnston Famine Ship
- Per person: €25
- Teenagers upto 16 years old half price!
- Kids go free!
- Private Group Tour: €100
We need a minimum of 4 people in order to run the public tour. We will be in touch if we don't meet the minimum to reschedule, or to agree an appropriate surcharge, or alternatively you can book a private group tour.
Butler's Chocolate Cafe kiosk is located in the centre of the main concourse of Heuston Train Station
8 St John's Rd W, Dublin 8, D08 E2CV
What to wear:
- Comfortable clothing
- Comfortable shoes
- Rainwear / umbrella
Please arrive 10 minutes early!
Please familiarize yourself with our General Tour Information prior to your activity: