What To Expect
Ride aboard our custom built Traditional Irish Storytelling Bus and discover Ireland's rich history through live poetry and song!
Listen to stories of a time when pookas, fairies and giants roamed the land. Hear tales of how three leprechauns outsmarted the Vikings. Be engrossed in epic battles and dangerous quests, magic spells and true love. We'll visit the spot were Irish mermen are said to appear, and who knows what you might see! Journey to the site of Ireland's greatest battle and hear firsthand how one of our greatest kings were killed.
It's no ordinary bus. We promise you won't soon forget this experience!
- 19:15 Depart from College Green Tourist Office. Listen to the origins of Tuatha De Danaan and how they became Ireland's "Sidhe", "Little People", or "faeries".
- 19:50 to 20:10 Arrive at the peninsula of Beann Eadair and see the Howth Head where there had been many sightings of Irish mermen or "Merrows" over the years. Hear Jack O'Mahoney's friendship with one of them. As you reboard our bus, learn about the spell of Becuma and let us take you back to the land of Morgan the Giant as you enjoy a complimentary drink!
- 20:25 to 20:45 Our next stop is at St. Annes Park in Clontarf. Here we learn how the Battle of Clontarf signalled the end of Viking rule, but it was also where Brian Boru, the Irish King, was killed. We will also learn about Fionn MacCumahail, the leader of Fianna, a band of warriors who served the High King of Ireland.
- 21:15 End tour at the Church Bar on Mary Street. Before you get off our bus though, we have one more traditional song we would like to sing for you!
Tips and gratuities
Optional activity costs
Children below 5 years old are free of charge.
All our card payments are protected by thawte to give you peace of mind.
12 hours and 30 minutes
8 hours and 30 minutes
1 or 2 days