Dublin Literary Pub Crawl

Price guide: Mid-range

The Duke Pub (upstairs), 9 Duke street, Dublin (off Grafton St) , Dublin 2

Price guide: Mid-range

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expert-rated things to do in Dublin
Expert overall rating:4.8 out of 5
Value for money:
4.8
4.8
Recommended for:
Backpackers / Students, Couples, Culture vultures, Singles, Sporty types, Education, History, Nightlife, People watching

Best for Fun - Expert review of Dublin Literary Pub Crawl

Dublin's literary pub crawl is a fun two hour crash course in Irish literature and history.

This tour is an adults only zone, typically involving a drink in each pub! It's not compulsory but it definitely adds to the atmosphere. Dublin's literary pub crawl is the most fun you can have with live theatre and education in one tour! Informative, social and thoroughly entertaining, the actors/guides summarise the history of some of Dublin's most illustrious pubs and act out passages from Irish literary genuises, including Joyce, Beckett, Oscar Wilde and Seamus Heaney. Combining street theatre with the ‘craic’ that makes Dublin pubs world famous, it's no wonder this was listed among the world's best 50 walks by the Sunday Times. 

Price advice: 

Adults cost 12euros and students10euros or email info@dublinpubcrawl.com for a quote if you want to make a group booking.

Expert tips: 
Eat beforehand!
Not really suitable for kids as drinking is involved.
Arrive in a sociable mood.

More information on Dublin Literary Pub Crawl :

Price guide:
Mid-range
Type:
Historic site, Tour
Address:
The Duke Pub (upstairs), 9 Duke street, Dublin (off Grafton St) , Dublin 2
Telephone:
01 6705602
Website:
http://www.dublinpubcrawl.com
Months open:
All year round
Opening times:
Apr-Oct every evening 7.30pm. Nov-Mar Thu-Sun 7.30pm.
Indoor/outdoor?:
Both
Free tags / Keywords:
Writers, Theatre, Pubs

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