Let's gather near the old city walls, meet your guide, and get your bearings.2 min
Viking city walls, a Mediaeval church and Dublin's bedrock3 min
Spot the two kinds of stone? Dublin's oldest building, at the heart of the old city.4 min
Why is this a national monument?3 min
Discover why we call this lovely spot, Dublin's Jurassic corner5 min
A most unusual building, the floors are suspended from the roof.4 min
This small cul-de-sac is stuffed with history and architecture, fossils and geology.4 min
You can tell so much from looking at the glass in a window.4 min
The stones beneath your feet . . . have lots of stories to tell.2 min
Ireland's gold rush in the 1790s.... And other geological bling...3 min
Ireland isn't famous for earthquakes... so Robert Mallet had to make his own!3 min
This wall looks like boring concrete, but take a closer look!3 min
Merrion Square is one of several Georgian squares built in the late 1700s.4 min
Water, articifical stone and the Duke of Rutland's memorial3 min
The Dead Zoo's many treasures include 385 million year old fossil footprints3 min
Remembering the man who made the 1st geological map of Ireland, Sir Richard Griffith4 min
Inside No. 51 is a beautiful marble exhibition. Open weekdays.9 min
In this unique tour of Dublin we'll mix history, architecture and geology, and open your eyes to the city. You'll get to stroke extinct Jurassic creatures and find a coral reef in a wall, and have lots to tell your friends!
Even Dubliners who think they know the city, are amazed at what they discover on this tour, so do bring a camera.
Our stroll starts in the heart of Viking Dublin with the old city walls and, after a rare relic of Elizabethan Dublin, we move onto the city's elegant Georgian streets, to end at St Stephen’s Green with a hidden hall of marble.