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School trips & tours in Ireland

No teacher or student can resist the lure of the lush greens found only on the Emerald Island, because let’s face it, everyone wants to know what’s at the end of the rainbow. Known for its museums, art and galleries, it’s an adventure to be had, to be sure! With musical tours and sporting ties, the luck of the Irish always lies on the side of student learning.
Music tour: Dublin

School trip itinerary Dublin

Struggling to build your perfect school trip to Dublin? Don’t sweat it, leave it to the experts. Our tours are built to enhance learning, don’t forget we tailor itineraries to suit your needs. If you have a few more days in the city, we recommend exploring the beautiful countryside.

Day 1

Kick your Dublin adventure off by heading into the town centre to spot the famous Spire of Dublin, the perfect place for a quick photo op! Once your students have taken a ‘pic for the gram’, they’ll be taking a scenic 15-minute walk to The Little Museum of Dublin to learn about the history of Dublin.

Day 2

Your group will be killing two birds with one stone as they check off The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and Dublinia in one swoop. Older students will have the opportunity to visit the Guinness storehouse or the Jameson’s Distillery. Your students will get together over a traditional Irish banquet for their evening meal.

Day 3

On their final day, your students will be sampling the real Dublin by heading to the Ha’penny Bridge. Referenced as a jewel of the city by locals, Ha’penny Bridge is as iconic as they come! Bull Island awaits, full of wildlife and learning. This national nature reserve serves up birdwatching, kitesurfing and water sports. The perfect end to any educational trip.
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