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Street art walking tour Dublin

The street art walking tour is a great opportunity to discover some of Ireland’s unknown and anonymous talented individuals, from the likes of Subset to James Earley. It will provide an appreciation and understanding of the passion and stories behind these beautiful works of art, and shine a light on these creative murals.

With this tour, participants will see some of Dublin's fascinating and intriguing unknown graffiti art work at its best and learn everything about the messages and stories behind these beautiful work of arts, such as the controversial mural "The boy on a horse" by Aches.

Each piece of art depicts a message or a story that the artist wants to convey; the Smithfield mural that tells the gruesome stories of a shocking murder; we learn social awareness topics such as climate change and plastic consumption.

The tour will also provide an opportunity to discover the local culture as well as stories of some of Dublin's most eccentric characters.
The experience includes a comfort stop at one of the local cafés.

Additional information about this tour

Address: Order Coffee Co, 7 Haymarket, Smithfield


The tour last 2.5 hours approximately 

Time can be adjusted according to your requirements

We recommend to dress comfortably and weather appropriate

Family friendly

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We had a wonderful morning with Aurora exploring Dublin! She was knowledgeable, thoughtful, and her excitement for the city was contagious. Our children loved the stories she shared of Dublin’s history and how the art reflects the culture of the city. Thank you so much!

— Liz, Boston

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A very enjoyable, relaxing and pleasant 3 hours with Aurora, as she weaves through the lesser known and well known parts of the city, describing selected artworks and their context within the city, as well as touching on the history of Dublin too.
Aurora is personable and friendly, and has put together a good route for the first time visitor like myself.
This experience definitely enhanced my trip to Dublin.

— Rob, Bristol

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