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Ingenious Ireland - CLOSED

Dublin Dublin 2, Ireland
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Ingenious Ireland ... Dublin's best tour

What an enjoyable way to hear about Ireland's inventors. Patrick is an enthusiastic, engaging guide... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2015
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
The Irish who changed the world by Patrick

It was one of the best moments we had in Dublin. We would like to thank Patrick for his excellent... read more

Reviewed 6 July 2015
Maryvonne D
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Unique, hidden, different! Discover how the Irish changed the world, and other hidden Dublin stories on this fun, friendly and fascinating tour. Our enthusiastic and knowledgeable guides will open your eyes to fascinating Irish inventions. Then you can amaze your friends afterwards with all you've discovered! Regular tours in summer, or enjoy a tour whenever you want with our 'ready-to-go' MP3 tours and apps.
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4 Aug 2015
“Ingenious Ireland ... Dublin's best tour”
5 Jul 2015
“The Irish who changed the world by Patrick”
Dublin Dublin 2, Ireland

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Reviewed 4 August 2015

What an enjoyable way to hear about Ireland's inventors. Patrick is an enthusiastic, engaging guide who makes the tour memorable through quirky tales of elephants, needles and chocolate ... a perfect way to spend time learning about ideas that have had real impact in the...More

1  Thank jan0131
Reviewed 6 July 2015

It was one of the best moments we had in Dublin. We would like to thank Patrick for his excellent tour!

Thank Maryvonne D
Reviewed 15 May 2015

Although the weather was horrible - very cold and rainy, Patrick was fantastic. He has a PhD in Geology and is an engaging, fun and knowledgeable guide. I've done walking tours all over the world and this was one of the very best. He presents...More

1  Thank Eric G
Reviewed 31 March 2015

We were in Dublin the week of St Patrick's Day, and did the Ingenious Dublin tour. It was one of the most interesting, entertaining and enjoyable tours we've ever done. We walked around the heart of Dublin with our enthusiastic and knowledgeable guide Patrick Roycroft,...More

2  Thank GailAltadena
Reviewed 16 March 2015 via mobile

Excellent tour. Mary was great. Friendly and very knowledgeable. Tour is fun and fascinating. You won't be disappointed. Erika. Dublin

1  Thank EKdublin
Reviewed 14 January 2015

I went on the Ingenious Dublin walking tour in early January with my husband and daughter. It was brilliant! Our guide, Patrick, really knew his subject, was a great story-teller and kept us entertained and enthralled for the entire time. He reminded me of Einstein,...More

Thank FinnTreacey
Reviewed 29 November 2014

Patrick took us on a ramble around Merrion Square a Georgian bastion in Dublin City centre .... This was never going to be your " ordinary " waking tour and that became all the more apparent to the gathered stalwarts on this damp overcast November...More

3  Thank bluelady60
Reviewed 14 November 2014

Do you know the origin of Jacob's "Mikado" biscuits? Or what Twitter and the Independent Women Worker's Union have in common? Take this 2 hour tour to learn about a range of powerful women who played an important role in Dublin's labour history and more....More

1  Thank David J
Reviewed 8 September 2014

Interesting tour with very well informed guide. Takes you around all main landmarks in central Dublin. Really enjoyed it! Highly recommendable.

Thank Andrea_Cristina89
Reviewed 2 September 2014

Did you know that there is a bomb shelter underneath Merrion Sq? Or that Hans Sloane basically invented the chocolate that we know today? No... well you should definitely join one of the tours that ingenious walking tours organise. I went along to the "The...More

2  Thank ilovethursdays