Group Activities in Dublin

Top Large Group Activities & Things to Do in Dublin, Ireland

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  • James M
    Barcelona, Spain30 contributions
    We did the cocktail making class here a few weeks ago. I must say it was absolutely brilliant! Our instructor was very knowledgeable, friendly and enthusiastic. We started with a tasting of a shot or Jameson, then we made an old fashioned and a raspberry whiskey sour which was by far the nicest whiskey cocktail I’ve ever tasted. Our instructor did a demonstration of how to make a hot whiskey punch which we got to enjoy after the class downstairs in the lounge area. Highly recommend this experience to anyone. We did it as a couple but it’s would also be great for a group.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • Jim C
    Fountain Hills, AZ6 contributions
    We only had one day in Dublin and saw the Irish Whiskey Museum right across the street from the Trinity College entrance where we saw the Book of Kelly. We took the tour not really knowing what to expect. Out tour was lead by Ellen a masterful story teller in the Celt tradition. The tour was the story of Whiskey, Ireland and the people who made Irish Whiskey famous and why Whiskey is important to the Irish and the world. At the end of the tour there is a tasting of three or four whiskeys. Don't expect Bushmills or Jameson but well known brands the Irish might have in a shorty (take the tour and you'll learn what that means). I recommend this to all adults.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • jacksonscotty
    Dallas, TX1 contribution
    Informative, extensive research done for the EPIC museum & it's more than a potato history for the people of Ireland. Better understanding of all the troubles of the Irish & why so many left. My hometown, O'Neill, NE is a good example of Irish immigrants & General John O'Neill. All the Irish contributors to USA & all countries in the world that have Irish immigrants ancestors as pioneers in all industries, entertainment fields.
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • mae
    4 contributions
    Excellent little museum with a really nice guided tour! I really recommend it for a quick view of what Dublin is about. Emmanuel was an exceptional guide!
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • LinziD1986
    Bournemouth, UK13 contributions
    Fantastic tour! Well worth a visit. It was our favourite museum experience in Dublin. Our guide Mick was very engaging and great at bringing the experience to life.
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Jill S
    21 contributions
    My partner loves whiskey and I love him, so that’s how I came to be at the Teeling whiskey distillery tour. We both had a WONDERFUL time! Novices and whiskey aficionados alike will appreciate this tour and tasting - of the 3 whiskey related tours we did in Dublin, this was the only one that showed production of actual whiskey on the tour.

    The whiskeys were very good, and we had a hard time picking the best to bring home - if we had the space in our check bag, we’d have bought more!

    If you have time afterwards, stick around the bar for an Irish Coffee. You won’t regret it - the best in Dublin!
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • megangriffin27
    Limerick, Ireland159 contributions
    This was just an amazing place, great to see the interesting history’s of Ireland.. this place is kept so clean and it’s lovely to walk around & listen to the history..
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Nelson M
    6 contributions
    Very interesting place to visit. Old Dublin's history with great architecture right at the center of the city. Walkable and lots of transportation.
    Written May 12, 2022
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  • Daryl W
    8 contributions
    You start at the bottom and work your way up to the bar at the top where you exchange your vouchers to have your selection of drink overlooking Dublin. The presentation on the making of the beer and it's overall provenance is very slick ad professional but lacks the personal touch. It's a bit of a conveyor belt but a nice one! What does come across though is the fact that Guinness, despite being part of the massive Diageo group, still does everything on site which must keep the quality up. Glad we did it, but that's about it.
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • Dee S
    Tarporley, UK72 contributions
    party arrived from shropshire uk famouslordhillmuseum ebays besy buys antiques you cant find bid and buy store we walked into the national museum in kildare street dublin and all our dreams came at one a fab collectionindeed it was exciting to see so many rare objects showing irish history it was great tour must come back soon our party loved it high light was the treasury wow no wonder irish eyes are smiling amazing museum big thankyou guys
    Written May 14, 2022
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  • Mathilde-lmn
    1 contribution
    My husband and I are a travelling couple and we were in Dublin on this holiday. We booked a guide from the agency "Travel Plans” for our 3 days and 2 nights stay months before our arrival. Our tour guide, Shannen, was polite, considerate, kind, and smiling. She brought us a lot of happiness during our stay. We stayed in the Jacob Inn in Dublin, which is more expensive than the Riven Bend in Connemara where for two nights we would have paid 170 euros, here we paid 113 euros for one night. During the day we hesitated between going to St Stephen's Green or Connemara National Park. We chose the beautiful St Stephen's Green park in the heart of Dublin city where we went for a romantic walk. In the evening we ate in the vintage kitcher, this is a restaurant that Shannen recommended to us and we paid only 23 euros per person. We stayed again in our charming hotel "jacob inn" and the next day we visited the little museum of dublin and had a snack at chapter one which is a 2021 star restaurant. We would like to thank Shannen and her agency again for making our stay so enjoyable . Thanks to her, we managed to get around the city by bus without any problems and for only 2 euros per person.

    We loved this little stay, Dublin is not the lest expensive city but my husband and I highly recommend Dublin and not any other city in Ireland because you will not have time to be bored, it is a busy and relaxed world and it is the capital of Ireland. You can relax as well as visit, it's a multi-faceted city! We saw things we don't see in France, we discovered a new culture, a new language. My husband and I came back with a lot of memories. It is the most interesting city I have ever seen. Go there, it's great!
    Written May 13, 2022
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  • Megan13091995
    5 contributions
    Fast entry with online tickets
    Wonderful Library with explanations about the book of Kells
    Nice campus with students doing sport
    Written May 15, 2022
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  • sephirothseviltwin
    Aylesbury, UK103 contributions
    We did not know what to expect other than it is a large park. Large is an understatement, it is bigger than the centre of Dublin, and it is beautiful! There are three herds of deer, that are tame too! There is a lovely lake, many flowerbeds, and plenty of pathways to walk. For anyone who has difficulty with walking there is not a lot of seating though. There is a wonderful hidden gem of a pub, called The Hole in the Wall too! Lots of wildlife to see on the way, along with the Presidents Palace and American Ambassador (both viewable from outside gates)
    We really enjoyed it here!
    Written April 26, 2022
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  • Anthony F
    Dublin, Ireland390 contributions
    A great spot to wander around with such a huge variety of flowers and plants and at the moment there is a fascinating wildlife photo display on show
    Written April 30, 2022
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  • Sarah R
    4 contributions
    Our guide, Alan, was super funny and thoroughly entertaining. Loved learning about the history of Irish music and will be checking out the pogues!
    Written April 13, 2022
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