About The Irish Music Pub Crawl Of Dublin:
Discover Dublin's traditional pubs and wonderful Irish music on this 2.5-hour pub crawl through historic Temple Bar and beyond. Led by two talented professional musicians, you'll visit famous pubs and bars, and hear the story of Irish music and its influences on contemporary world music. Irish pubs and traditional Irish music - it's the perfect match!
- Pub Crawl Only: Jan - Oct (Daily) | Nov (Thu, Fri & Sat),
- With Dinner & Show: May - Sept, Daily (limited April availability).
schedule Departure Time:
- Pub Crawl Only: 19:30 | Check-in by 19:15.
- With Dinner & Show: 18:00 | Check-in by 17:30.
place Departure Point:
- 18 Anglesea Street - Oliver St John Gogarty's Pub (Upstairs - First Floor).
- 2.5 Hours.
- Food and drink is not included in the tour price.
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off.
receipt Ticket Types:
- Adult tickets aged 18+ years.
What Pubs Will You Visit?
During your Temple Bar pub crawl you will visit at least two of the Irish bars listed below:
1) Oliver St. John Gogarty's Pub:
Oliver St John Gogarty's has the perfect location and atmosphere to kick-start your Irish music pub crawl. Bedecked in bold, green wood-panelling, this traditional bar was designed and established in the late 19th century.
Its name derives from Irish poet, author and physician Oliver Gogarty, a statue of whom occasionally crowns the threshold of the restaurant. His namesake cuts a striking figure even amongst the busy and vibrant Temple Bar district. As with all the bars you'll visit on this pub crawl private seating will be provided, so all that remains is to grab a drink and tap along to the music.
2) The Ha'penny Bridge Inn:
The Ha'penny is a family-run Victorian era pub on the banks of the River Liffey. It boasts wonderful views of the city centre, particularly the cast-iron bridge for which it is named. Nightly entertainment includes regular stand-up comedy acts and live Irish music on the little wooden stage.
Another haunt with a long and storied history, it was so named by its current owners after famous local resident James ‘Lugs’ Brannigan, long-serving Garda and renowned boxer/referee.
As well as the legendary 'Lugs', Brannigan's maintains a close association with the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) through its former proprietor Thomas Moore, a professional hurler and club chairman for the organisation. Links to some of Ireland's top sports people plus live music 7 nights a week makes this a highlight stop on the pub crawl.