The Green open top bus is iconic in Dublin. And for great reason. Owned and operated locally, the DoDublin Hop On Hop Off Tour has been the city's leading tour for over 30 years. We don't just bring you to Dublin's attractions, we are one of the city's top tourist attractions and we carry millions of visitors each year to discover the city we love.
- Dublin's original and best Sightseeing Tour
- World famous Dublin Tour Guides
- 25 Great Stops on Route
- Visits all Dublin's top Attractions
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- One Child Free with each Adult (U15)
Dublin's No.1 Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour allows you to experience all the history and culture of Dublin in one visit.
The City Tour Route - 1 hour 45 minutes and 25 stops visiting all the city's top attractions. Hop-off at any time to go visit the big bus tour attractions like Dublin Zoo, the Guinness Storehouse or The Book of Kells in Trinity College and EPIC: The Irish Emigration Musuem, Your guide will point out all the most famous landmarks and points of interest along the way, showing you where famous Dubliners like James Joyce, Oscar Wilde and Samuel Beckett (among others) lived and spent their time.
Buses for the tour start at 9am daily from outside Dublin Bus Head Office at 59 Upper O'Connell Street, Dublin 1. The last tour of the day departs from Stop 1 at 19:00 (or 17:00 during from November to April)
You’ll enjoy live commentary from Fáilte Ireland trained guides, all native Dubliners who will charm and entertain you. We also provide pre-recorded multilingual tours in 9 languages; English, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Chinese, Italian, Russian, French and Irish.
Kids go FREE (1 under 15 with an adult), and you can avail of FREE entry into The Little Museum of Dublin at St. Stephen’s Green, worth €10, an offer which is exclusive to DoDublin customers.
Hop on Hop off Tour
Monday to Sunday, first bus 9am.
Duration: 1hr 45mins
|Adult (24 Hour)||€30|
|Adult (48 Hour)||€35|
|Stop No.||Place of Interest|
|1||O'Connell Street (Dublin Bus Head Office)||Tour Starts Here & DoDublin Info|
|2||Parnell Square||Dublin City Gallery, Writer's Muesum, 14 Henrietta Street|
|3||O'Connell Street (Abbey Street Junction)||GPO Witness History & Daniel O'Connell Statue|
|4||Nassau Street||National Library & Trinity College|
|5||Merrion Square West||National Gallery of Ireland|
|6||Merrion Street Upper||Leinster House & Natural History Museum|
|7||St. Stephen's Green||Little Museum of Dublin & Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI)|
|8||Westland Row||Pearse Station & Sweny's Pharmacy|
|9||Pearse Street||Science Museum|
|10||College Green||Molly Malone Statue, Book of Kells & Irish Whiskey Museum|
|11||Dame Street||Temple Bar & City Hall|
|12||Cork Hill||Dublin Castle & Chester Beatty Library|
|13||Christ Church Place||Christ Church Cathedral & Dublinia|
|14||St. Patrick's Close||St. Patrick's Cathedral & Marsh's Library|
|15||Newmarket Square||Teelings Whiskey Distillery & Dublin Liberties Distillery|
|16||St James's Gate||Guinness Storehouse|
|17||James's Street||Roe & Co Distillery and Pearse Lyons Distillery|
|18||Royal Hospital||IMMA & Kilmainham Gaol|
|19||St John's Road||Heuston Station|
|20||Phoenix Park||Dublin Zoo & Áras an Uachtaráin|
|21||Parkgate Street||Anna Liva Monument & Ryans Victorian Pub|
|22||Sarsfield Quay||Collins Barracks National Museum|
|23||Arran Quay||Jameson Distillery, O'Shea's Merchant & St Michan's Church|
|24||Ormond Quay||The Four Courts|
|25||Bachelor's Walk||Ha'penny Bridge, The National Wax Museum|