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The 1916 Rebellion Walking Tour:
Dublin's Original 1916 Tour, Founded 1996

Tour Schedule 2017/2018

Daily Tours from 1st March to 31st October (Winter Schedule - see below)

Time: 11:30am Monday to Saturday
1pm Sunday and Bank Holidays
Meeting Point: The International Bar,
23 Wicklow Street
Duration: 2 hours at an easy going pace
Admission: €13pp
Turning up on the day without a booking may be possible but to ensure a space please book using the button above

Winter Schedule (weekends only) November and February

Friday (11:30am), Saturday (11:30am) Sunday (1pm)
No scheduled public tours in December and January.
We are available for private tours and group bookings all year round.
Contact Lorcan for details.
Telephone: +353 (0)86 85 83 847
email: Lorcan@1916rising.com

Group Bookings available all year round - school and college groups a speciality


To book a group email lorcan@1916rising.com or call 00 353 86 858 3847 (086 858 3847 from within Ireland).

In 1916 a small band of armed insurrectionists declared Ireland a Republic.
This event is known as the Easter Rising, a violent battle which resulted in many deaths and the destruction of many parts of Dublin.

Author and historian Lorcan Collins will take you to the relevant sites of the Rebellion in Dublin, Ireland, to give you an understanding of this historic occasion which precipitated the formation of the Irish Republic.

Have a look at the complete details of the tour schedule for information on the times and dates for this season.

We hope you enjoy the site and come to Dublin to join us on what many are calling Dublin's best tourist attraction! We appreciate any comments, suggestions or questions you may have regarding the site or the tour.

To book a group tour or to discuss any other details contact Lorcan -
by email lorcan@1916rising.com or call 00 353 868 583 847.



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Michael Collins (1890-1922) was one of the most important IRA leaders to emerge during the struggle for Irish freedom in the early twentieth century. From his role in the 1916 Rising, Collins went on to become Director of Intelligence for the IRA and President of the IRB during the War of Independence.
Book the Michael Collins Walking Tour today!