Viking Splash Tours - Dublin
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Viking Splash Tours – Dublin
See some of south Dublin’s major sights by land and water on the fun-filled Viking Splash Tour!
This unique sightseeing experience allows you to see some of the Irish capital’s major sights via an open-sided amphibious vehicle.
Your Viking guides will keep you captivated along the way with an informative and entertaining commentary.
Some of the highlights you’ll see include:
- Trinity College
- Christ Church Cathedral
- St. Patrick’s Cathedral
- Viking Dublin
- Medieval Dublin
- Georgian Dublin
- Government buildings
- The Dublin Docklands
Plus much more!
Tours run in all kinds of weather so wrap up warm and get your ponchos at the ready for a splash-tastic Viking adventure you’ll never forget!
- November to February: Friday – Monday
- March to October: Daily
- Please note: Tours are not available on Christmas Day, St Patrick’s Day or on marathon dates in Dublin (June and October Bank Holiday Mondays).
- Tours usually begin at 10am, with the last tour departing at 2pm (or 3.30pm from March-October)
- IMPORTANT: Once you have made your booking your tour time will be allocated based on availability for that date. The confirmed details will then be shown on your voucher. Please call us in advance if you have a specific time preference.
- Please ensure you are at the departure point at least 15 minutes before your tour is due to begin.
Tours depart from Stephen’s Green North, opposite the junction of Dawson Street.
Approximately 1 hour 15 minutes.
Viking Splash Tours run in all kinds of weather so we recommend wrapping up warm!
- Unfortunately there is no ramp access to the tour bus and limited storage for collapsible wheelchairs
- Larger style lifejackets are available upon request
- Please contact us directly with any specific queries or requirements.
- Due to health and safety regulations children under the age of 2 are not permitted on the tour.
Viking Splash Tours depart from Stephen’s Green North, opposite the junction of Dawson Street.