An Evening of Irish Song and Dance at Abbey Tavern

4 hours | Dublin | DUB-870
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Includes meal, Moderate activity

Description

Be sure to read the Special Notes further down this page for important requirements and restriction.

WHAT YOU VISIT
Abbey Tavern
Located in the quaint 600-year-old village of Howth, this charming Irish pub resides in a section of the original 11th century site of St. Mary's Abbey, founded in 1042 by the Viking Sigtrygg II Silkbeard Olafsson, also known as King of Dublin. Parts of the building date back to the 16th century, when it was built as an addition to the original chapterhouse to serve as a seminary for the monks. As you enter the tavern you'll be struck by its old-world charm, authenticity and simplicity. Blazing turf fires, original stonewalls, flagged floors and gaslights make for a truly warm welcome. As the show gets underway, enjoy a variety of acts accompanied by the resident band that will have you tapping your toes and singing along.

PHOTO OPPORTUNITY
You may be mesmerized and thrilled by the dancers' footwork and passion as they perform some of Ireland's oldest dance routines such as 'The Brush Dance' and 'The Sean Nos.'

DINNER
In the Old Bard, you will feast on a 'typically Irish' four-course dinner that includes soup, salad, a main course and dessert accompanied by tea and coffee. Of course, no meal is complete withoutan Powers whiskey Irish Coffee.

WHAT YOU SEE ALONG THE WAY
Enjoy the cityscape of Dublin's bustling streets as you make your way to the picturesque peninsula of Howth Head.

Special Notes:

THIS TOUR IS NOT AVAILABLE TO PASSENGERS EMBARKING OR DISEMBARKING IN DUBLIN.

If DUB-870 is not available we recommend DUB-860 An Evening of Irish Song and Dance.

Drinks are not included. Please bring cash for ease of settling the final bill for any drinks. The bill will be provided per table and each guest will be responsible for their share.

The minimum legal drinking age in Ireland is 18; passengers under 18 cannot have an alcoholic drink.

Tour timeline may vary to avoid overcrowding, etc.

Depart the pier and travel to Howth

Transport type:
Non Air Conditioned Motorcoach
Transport Capacity:
45
Travel time:
00:30
Air conditioned:
No
Steps:
3
Restroom available:
No
Photo/video restrictions:
No
Photo/video opportunity:
No

Enjoy Dinner and show at Abbey Tavern

Time at site:
03:00
Inside visit:
Yes
Air conditioned:
Yes
Walking distance:
75
Steps:
35
Wheelchair accessible:
Yes
Restroom available:
Yes
Shopping available:
No
Photo/video restrictions:
No
Photo/video opportunity:
No

Depart Abbey Tavernfor return journey

Transport type:
Non Air Conditioned Motorcoach
Transport Capacity:
45
Travel time:
00:30
Air conditioned:
No
Steps:
3
Restroom available:
No
Photo/video restrictions:
No
Photo/video opportunity:
No