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Please note Christmas Opening Hours Dec 24th - 10am - 1pm Dec 25th - Closed Dec 26th - Closed Dec 27th - 31st - 10am - 5pm Jan 1st - Closed Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum are both the guardians and storytellers for over 1.5 million people. From the...more
All reviews buried here michael collins guided tour re enactment o'donovan rossa resting place gravediggers pub botanical gardens historical figures o connell interested in irish history excellent tour easter rising two hours well worth the visit city centre visiting dublin
Very well organised tour of Glasnevin Cemetery lasting over 2 hours. The tour guide Brigid was very knowledgable & engaging. The highlight at the end was Michael Collins grave.
The cafe is lovely for tea or coffee. Easy parking across the road €2.
Visited the graveyard to pay my respects at the grave of a former teacher of mine so didn't visit the museum itself. However, the staff there were of great help, and gave me directions of where she was buried...got lost but found it lol.
Hands down the best tour we had in Dublin. The guide was amazing and if you're of Irish descent, you can research your family history at the Museum. We were traveling with our young son Connor, who was just shy of two, and our amazing...More
This tour is a great way to learn the history of Ireland in a fun and quick way. The tour was about an hour (or a little more?). Our guide, who I believe was a local history teacher, made the stories of Irish independence exciting...More
Glasnevin Cemetery is definitely in the top three things to do in Dublin, whether you're visiting from abroad or a local.
A group of seven of us did the 2.30pm with Niall, who was very knowledgable and kept the tour light with a mixture of...More
Really interesting and informative tour with enjoyable guides who obviously have a passion and interest in the people who call Glasnevin home and last resting place for their weary bones.
Whether you have short time or long time if you have not visited before a...More
We spent quite a long time wandering around this historical cemetery. You can pay for a tour and I'm sure it's probably very worthwhile but due to the timing etc, we opted to just take a map and follow the paths ourselves and this was...More
Paddy's tour breathed new life into the interesting lives found in this cemetery. His knowledge, enthusiasm and his inclusivity made all the difference -- he was also able to make us Canadians feel welcome. Would recommend to anyone looking for local history in Dublin!
Inspiring afternoon tour today with the best tourguide in ireland Bridgit. Our ladies gaelic football team decided on the nollag na mban tour today. The Ladies Tour.
Looking for team motivation and history lesson in one, this is it!