school tours at dublinia

School Tours at Dublinia

School Tours at Dublinia

Dublinia is a visitor attraction in the heart of Dublin city beside Christchurch Cathedral. The visitor centre is a walk through series of exhibitions, detailing 2 periods in Irish history – the Vikings and Medieval Dublin. The History Hunters exhibition is a fascinating glimpse into the world of archaeology and historical study.

Dublinia Education

The curriculum based primary school tour is age and ability specific ensuring classes get an individually tailored educational experience. Students are guided by the costumed guides through the Viking, Medieval and/or History Hunters exhibitions.

Secondary school groups are guided through the Medieval Dublin and History Hunters exhibitions, with an introduction based in the Viking exhibition. The secondary school tours are all curriculum based and multi-sensory tours delivered by a costumed guide. Dublinia include 1st and 2nd year Junior cycle history, 3rd year History Revision tours, Transition Year tours and also Geography tours.

School Tours at Dublinia and other Groups must be pre-booked with the bookings department on bookings@dublinia.ie or Tel:+353 (0)1 6794611.

Groups (10 students or more) cost €5.00 per pupil, all teachers are free of charge.

Coach drop off and pick up point at Dublinia entrance with coach parking around the corner on Cook St.

All group sizes accommodated. Visits last approx 90 minutes.

Dublinia also have a Learning pack designed to support learning by students by offering pre and post visit activities.

School Tours at Dublinia

Tel : Email : bookings@dublinia.ie
Web : http://www.dublinia.ie

Dublinia is a not for profit heritage centre located at Christ Church, the crossroads of Dublin’s medieval city.

Meet the Vikings face to face! Learn about life during the Medieval period in Dublin, explore the world of a History Hunter and see a Medieval view of a modern city from the Medieval tower.

At Dublinia you will see Dublin from a new perspective and go away knowing more about its citizens throughout the ages!

 

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