Viking Medieval Quarter and Mummies Dublin 2-Hour Tour

Experience Dublin’s Medieval and Viking past with a 2-hour walk through castle courtyards, winding alleyways and 1,000 year old cathedrals. See the mummified remains at St Michan’s church and discover the role the Vikings played in settling Dublin.


Explore the Medieval and Viking past of Dublin in this 2-hour walking tour

Enjoy a stroll past the City Hall and the courtyards of Dublin Castle

See the mummified remains of ancient peoples in St Michan’s church

Walk through Temple Bar, a medieval quarter that is amazingly well preserved

See the 1,000 year old Christchurch Cathedral

Children under 16 go for FREE when accompanied by an adult

This enchanting walk brings you through cobbled streets and narrow passage ways, often following the line of the original medieval streets.

We will visit City Hall, built in 1769, before wandering around the courtyards and the beautiful gardens of Dublin Castle.

Take a look at the wonderful Chester Beatty Library, considered to be one of the best museums in Europe.

Then we will stroll through the historic old city, along broad streets and narrow passage-ways and will come out at Temple Bar, a lively section of Dublin that has preserved many of its medieval buildings.

Take a walk through Fishamble Street, laid down by the Vikings in the 10th Century. It was also the site of the first performance of the Messiah by George Handel.

Head to the Christchurch Cathedral built in 1030 and walk along the old city walls. Encounter mementoes of vast archaeological discoveries revealing Dublin's Viking and Norman past.

We will pass Dublin's oldest pub, the Brazen Head, on our way to St. Michan's church. Here you will find the mummies in the church crypt, as seen on Cities of the Underworld on the History Channel.

You then have the option of ending your tour at the nearby Old Jameson Whiskey Distillery or the Guinness Storehouse.