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Dublin Mountain Pub Tour

Quick Details

  • NOV – FEB: Tues, Thurs & Fri / MAR – OCT:  Fri
  • 5 hours (6.00pm – 11.00pm)
  • 18+
  • Tour Guide
  • Live Music
  • 3 Country Pub visits
  • Pickup & Drop off Dublin City Centre
  • Food & Drinks Not included in Tour price

Escape the hectic city & experience Dublin like a local

The Dublin Mountain Pub Tour gives you the opportunity to experience an evening of entertainment at three of Dublin’s finest Mountain pubs.

Visited on Dublin Mountain & Afternoon Mountain Pub Tour

Having left the city for the Dublin Mountains our first stop, is a local gem of a pub which is owned & run by musicians where you will find one of the best pints of Guinness waiting for you, or why not try some of the local craft beers on offer? (You won’t be disappointed.)

a fire place and a fireplace

10-minutes drive takes us to our second stop, which boasts some of the best panoramic views of Dublin Bay. Enjoy the amazing views whilst sitting in the beer garden or through the window whilst relaxing beside the cozy turf fire.

a group of people sitting in chairsOur next leg of the journey takes us to one of Ireland’s oldest and most famous pubs, Johnnie Fox’s, also famed as Ireland’s highest pub.

Johnnie Fox's visited on Rural Pub Tours

We have plenty of time at Johnnie Fox’s Pub to explore this fantastic traditional-style pub, which was originally a smallholding farm. Our last stop is always combined with live Traditional Irish Music.

After a night of singing and dancing, we merrily make the short journey back to Dublin City Centre .


Pick-up & Drop-off Point

  • Castle Street, which is around the corner from City Hall just off Lord Edward Street


  • We advise to have dinner prior to taking the tour, as Pubs can be busy & food orders often cause delays

All drinks at your own expense

(On certain occasions, this tour is run in reverse in order to offer you the best live traditional Irish music experience.)


Summer March – October Fri 6.00pm 11.00pm
Winter November – February Tues, Thurs & Fri 6.00pm 11.00pm