Ireland Sightseeing

Belfast Sightseeing
 
Hillsborough Castle with Afternoon Tea
Discover Hillsborough Castleís captivating history during your tour of this splendid late Georgian mansion. The castle built in the 1770s, is the official Northern Ireland residence of HM The Queen. Visit the elegant State Rooms, the graceful Drawing Room, Lady Greys Study, and the regal Throne Room. Afterward, enjoy a traditional afternoon tea before returning to Belfast. Approximate tour duration is 3 hours.
 
 
Saint Patricks Burial Place
Today, you have the opportunity to discover Downpatrick and find out more about the Patron Saint of Ireland, who is said to be buried there, at Down Cathedral.This half day tour includes the entrance to St. Patricks Centre, situated below the saints reputed resting site, home to the only permanent exhibition in the world about St. Patrick. As you go through the modern and interactive exhibits, the main focus is on the saints life, but you will also learn about other Irish missionaries, as well as art and geology of that period.
 
 
Taste of the Titanic Dinner
Experience a one-of-a-kind culinary journey. Savor the Titanic feast, a 9 course meal that is a recreation of the dinner served in the first class restaurant on the most famous transatlantic steamship in the world. The gourmet supper is served in an elegant historic property built in 1886, with views of the Lough, from which the Titanic sailed. Approximate tour duration is 3 hours.
 
Dublin Sightseeing
 
Dinner at Taylors Three Rock
Enjoy a rip roaring evening of traditional Irish music, song and dance at one of Irelandís most loved pub and entertainment venue. Savor a 3-course dinner offering a great ion of quality Irish food to delight your palate. The resident band and traditional Irish dancers, provide stunning performances that captivate the audience.
 
 
EPIC Ireland
The Irish Emigration Museum is an interactive experience located in Dublins Docklands. It will guide you on a journey to discover the stories of Irish emigration, from early times to the modern day. At EPIC you can step through 20 themed galleries that use actors and film footage to tell the story of why people left, the influence they have had abroad in the arts, science, education, sport and politics, and the connection between their descendants and Ireland today. Each gallery has been designed with a different layout, with screens on the walls and floors and in audiovisual pods where visitors can access information. Immerse yourself in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure, and discovery the world has ever known. Open 10:00 am - 6:45 pm, Last entry is 5:00pm
 
 
EPIC Ireland with lunch
The Irish Emigration Museum is an interactive experience that will take you on a journey to discover the stories of Irish emigration, from early times to the modern day. Embark on a guided tour through 20 themed galleries that use actors and film footage to tell the story of why people left, the influence they have had abroad in the arts, science, education, sport and politics, and the connection between their descendants and Ireland today. Immerse yourself in the stories of some of the most remarkable tales of sacrifice, endurance, adventure, and discovery the world has ever known. Afterward, attend a genealogy and Irish history talk, followed by lunch. Approximate tour duration is 5 hours.
 
 
Full Day Grand Wicklow Tour 10:00 AM
Join the Grand Wicklow tour exploring the beautiful Russborough House, local villages and people, magnificent nature and a wealth of history and folklore Visit historic Russborough House, set near Blessington lakes, with fascinating 3D museum exposition and maze, where you can get easily lost Continuing through the Wicklow mountain roads and enjoy the highlight of the tour- Glendalough "glen of the two lakes", a truly spellbinding place and home to an impressive 10th century Round Tower. Enjoy a guided tour or a leisurely walk to the breathtaking lakes hidden in the valley. The tour continues to the pretty village of Roundwood, which is well known as the highest village in Ireland with time to enjoy a refreshing lunch in the highest pub in Ireland What a great way to finish the day Departs at 10:00 am from 14 Upper OConnell St., Dublin 1. Please arrive 15 minutes prior to departure time. Drop-off at city center. Approximate tour duration is 7.5 hours
 
 
Full Day Wicklow Mountains, Valleys & Lakes Tour 9:15 AM
Visit the Garden of Ireland and behold some of the most beautiful countryside on the Emerald Isle. Take the scenic route out of Dublin taking a coffee break on the edge of the spectacular Blessington Lakes at Avon RŪ Resort. The tour offers plenty of photo stops en route, including the striking wilderness at the Wicklow Gap. Then on to the highlight of the tour, Glendalough "glen of the two lakes", a truly spellbinding place and home to the impressive 10th century Round Tower. Enjoy a guided tour or a leisurely walk to the breathtaking lakes hidden in the valley. The tour continues to the pretty village of Avoca, with time to enjoy a personalized tour at the Avoca Handweavers and its craft shop, reputed to be the oldest weaving mill in Ireland
 
 
Guinness Storehouse
Located in the heart of the St Jamess Gate Brewery, Guinness Storehouse is Irelands No. 1 Dublin tourist attraction. This historical building is central to Dublins and Irelands heritage, and has been continually updated to create a blend of fascinating industrial tradition with contemporary edge. The seven floors bring to life the rich heritage of Guinness, telling the story from its origins here at St Jamess Gate in Dublin to its growth as a global brand, known all around the world. Finish your visit at the Gravity Bar where you can enjoy a perfect pint of Guinness. Sit and relax while taking in the breath-taking panoramic views of Dublin city and beyond. Dont forget to stop by the Guinness Flagship Retail Shop packed with unique and exclusive merchandise and memorabilia
 
 
Irish Evening with Dinner & Show
An evening of Irish music and dance in a typical tavern is a perfect way to have a fun evening. This is a unique opportunity to experience traditional Irish music, dance, and food for which Ireland is famous. While enjoying the entertainment, a hearty 3 course meal is served and rounded off with an Irish Coffee. Round trip transportation is included
 
 
Irish Whiskey Museum
The Irish Whiskey Museum uniquely depicts the origins of Irish whiskey, its rise to glory, its dramatic fall and of course, the current revival of new Irish whiskeys. Your visit includes a fully guided tour through 5 unique rooms and a complimentary tutored whiskey tasting session. Guests can enjoy the contemporary cafe bar to savor the views of Trinity College after the tour
 
 
Malahide Castle Tour
This afternoon, enjoy a scenic costal drive to the north of Dublin through the picturesque fishing villages and marinas of Howth and Malahide. Explore the 800 year old Malahide Castle set in over 250 acres of grounds and gardens. Tour guide will take you on a journey through the history of the Talbot Family and the fascinating legacy they have left behind
 
 
The Cliffs of Moher, Burren & Galway Bay (DH06) 7:00 AM
On this full day tour, you will have the opportunity to travel through three of Irelandís four provinces. Check in at Dublin Heuston station (Railtours Ireland Information Desk) for the 7:00 am InterCity train departure to Cork (breakfast available). Join the coach at Limerick, have a short tour of the treaty city and setting for "Angelas Ashes". Head north to Bunratty Castle and Folk Village (admission included), then to a Doolin Pub for a lunch stop and on to the majestic Cliffs of Moher on the wild Atlantic coast. Enter the unique lunar landscape of the Burren, rounding Black Head before heading along the shores of Galway Bay to Galway the city of the tribes where you join the Dublin bound train (light meals available) arriving in Heuston at 8:55 pm. The drive from the Cliffs of Moher to Galway city is regarded by the AA Automobile Association as one of the top 10 coastal drives in Europe
 
 
The Dublin Tour
Enjoy this fun-filled, 90-minute tour of Dublin that takes you past major attractions such as Trinity College, the Guinness Storehouse, Dublin Castle, St. Patricks Cathedral, Phoenix Park, and the Old Jameson Distillery. With your 48-hour transit ticket, you can hop-on and hop-off at any of the 12 stops along the route. Dublins top attractions align with this tour, making it a perfect way to see the city
 
Ennis Sightseeing
 
Knappogue Medieval Banquet
Join Irelands most popular Mediaeval styled banquet for a lively evening of music, singing, storytelling, and fine dining. Savor a delicious four-course dinner accompanied by wines and heartwarming entertainment. Enjoy the lively entertainment taking you on a journey from mediaeval times to the present day. Approximate tour duration is 4 hours
 
Galway Sightseeing
 
Dunguaire Castle Banquet
Join this Dunguaire Castle Banquet for a lively evening of music, singing, storytelling, and fine dining. Savor a delicious four-course dinner accompanied by wines and heartwarming entertainment in the midst of a 17th-century castle situated on a rocky promontory overlooking Galway Bay. In this incredible setting, be treated to lively songs and excerpted readings from the geniuses of Irelands rich literary heritage, including Yeats, Shaw, Synge, and OCasey. Passages are ed to gladden your heart and lift your spirits while you share a meal in the company of friends in the tradition of kingly medieval banquets, Approximate tour duration is 4 hours.
 
 
Jaunting Cars
Enjoy a ride in a Jaunting Car (pony & open carriage). Here you will see the lake of Killarney in a traditional fashion as the jarvey (driver) takes you through parts of the nearby Muckross Estate to view the peaceful green countryside, Approximate tour duration is 1 hour.
 
Kilkenny Sightseeing
 
Smithwicks Experience
Immerse yourself in the story of Smithwickís, told by a staff member. Embark on an interactive journey through over 300 years of history and learn how Irelands most popular ale is made, as well as what makes it so unique. Conclude the tour with a tasting and take home a complimentary engraved glass as a souvenir. Approximate tour duration is 1 hour.
 
Killarney Sightseeing
 
Gaelic Roots Live Show
Gaelic Roots is an innovative and exciting Irish show which brings together all that is great about the culture and traditions of Ireland. The show has been designed to capture and highlight the rich heritage that Ireland has in abundance. During a two-hour spectacular production, the audience will experience a journey from the colorful and historic roots of traditional Ireland to the modern next generation of Irish music, song and dance in this incredibly moving and at the same time, foot-tapping show.Approximate tour duration is 2 hours
 
 
Jaunting Cars
Todays sightseeing begins with a tour through Killarney National Park and the world-famous "Ring of Kerry," perhaps the most picturesque locale in all of Ireland. Pass by the remote villages of Cahirciveen and Sneem, which are full of traditional colorful houses. Return to Killarney in the late afternoon. Perhaps, try the optional Jaunting Car (pony & open carriage) excursion through the peaceful green countryside.
 
 
Whiskey Tasting & Dinner 7:00 PM
Get a brief insight into Irish whiskey making. Enjoy an interactive experience and learn how to nose, taste and savor the flavor. Conclude with a tasting of two Irish whiskeys, followed by a delectable three course Irish dinner. Approximate tour duration is 2 hours.
 
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