This walking tour starts on the Northside of Dublin’s famous river Liffey at the CHQ building at the Docklands and beside the pedestrian Sean O’Casey bridge. This tour focuses on the more modern and also contemporary public art that adorns our city, dating from the present day and back to the formation of the Irish State in the 1920s.

The narrative of this tour has a strong overlap with Irish history as many modern art works reflect and express our past , such as the monuments to the Great Famine of the 1840s. The tour finishes in St Stephen’s Green at Henry Moore’s iconic bronze tribute to W.B Yeats, on the south side of the river Liffey.

Meeting Point: CHQ Building, Custom House Quay Dublin 1 (on the north side of the Sean O’Casey pedestrian bridge). Please be at the meeting point 15 minutes before your Tour start time. Get directions here.

Distance & duration of tour: 5k and 2.5 hours (approximate)

Accessibility:  This tour involves walking at a low level of intensity, through public areas, with some narrow paths, uneven surfaces such as cobblestone streets and steps

If you or anyone in your group has special needs such as mobility, hearing, sensory etc. please contact me and we can arrange a tailor-made tour. Contact me here.

If you need help booking an Artful Tour or would like to discuss a Tailor-made Artful Tour please contact Nicola below.
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