The Private Accessible 4 hour Dublin Walking Tour is the perfect way to explore the heart of Dublin in a short amount of time! As you stroll through the capital of Ireland, you'll be welcomed with memorable historical sites, enticing pubs, and some of the friendliest people you’ll ever meet.
This accessible walking tour is perfect for the disabled traveler who has interest in the complex Irish background and history, and wants to learn more about the fascinating Irish culture. While standard walking tours can be done by wheelchair users, this private guided tour is a great way to avoid the many hills and cobblestones of Dublin.
Your Dublin accessible walking tour starts with your private tour guide meeting you at your centrally located Dublin Hotel OR a designated meeting point. Your tour guide will take you to the famous O’Connell Street, a main thoroughfare that’s considered Europe’s widest urban street! The area is peppered with retail outlets, restaurants and historical buildings, and you’ll see several significant monuments and statues to various Irish Political leaders as you stroll through it. Have your camera ready to capture the unique O’Connell highlights such as the impressive 1818 General Post Office and the 2013 needle-like self-supporting sculpture of rolled stainless steel, the Spire of Dublin.
This accessible walking tour of Dublin continues to Temple Bar, the vibrant cultural quarter of the city. Temple Bar is lined with traditional pubs, street vendors, art and shops! While some of the neighborhood is covered in cobblestones, your experienced tour guide will safely guide you through the area using accessible routes.
Next on your private walking tour get ready to experience one of Ireland’s greatest cultural treasures: the artistically decorated medieval bible, the Book of Kells. The illuminated illustrations of the Christian Gospels dating from 800 AD are located in the 18th century magnificent Old Library building on the beautiful, historical Trinity College Campus.
Finally, a day in Dublin would not be complete without exploring one of the many green areas that makes the city so unique and beautiful. Escorted by your guide, you will make your way St. Stephens Green, Ireland’s best known Victorian public park. This 9 hectare / 22 acre park has over 3.5 km of pathways accessible for all users! You’ll admire the beautiful waterfall and Pulham rock work on the western side of the Green, as well as the ornamental lake which provides a home for waterfowl. As you stroll your way through the park, you’ll also see a number of sculptures and artists performing for the crowds.
- O’Connell Street
- Temple Bar
- Trinity College
- Book of Kells
- St. Stephens Green