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Dublin Viking Duck Tour

Highlights
  • Explore Dublin, land and water, on a restored World War II amphibious vehicle
  • Gasp as your “duck” drives into the water and transforms into a boat
  • See top Dublin attractions, including the castle and two cathedrals 
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Dublin Viking Duck Tour
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Overview

Families with elementary-age children will find this amphibious Dublin duck tour hard to resist—as will anyone with a yen for Viking culture! By land, you’ll check off popular attractions like Mansion House, Christ Church Cathedral, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, and Dublin Castle; on water, you’ll cruise the Grand Canal Dock. That moment when your vehicle becomes a boat is simply spectacular.

What to Expect

Board your restored World War II-era landing craft in central Dublin, greet your entertaining guide, and don your Viking helmets to start the land portion of your tour.

Delve into Dublin’s rich history—not only its Viking past—as you pass attractions like Mansion House, home to Dublin’s Lord Mayor, elaborate St. Patrick’s Cathedral, 12th-century Christ Church Cathedral, and the turrets of Dublin Castle.

Roar like a Viking as your vehicle transforms into a boat and splashes into Dublin’s Grand Canal Dock for the watery part of your Dublin duck tour. Cruise back to your original departure point, exit the water, and bid your guide farewell.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Great way to learn about Dublin

During a recent visit to Dublin we decided to take the Dublin Viking Duck Tour and what an experience it was, we learned more from the Viking tour than we did from the open top bus tour and the driver was knowledgable, informative and funny....More

Thank Stephen G
Reviewed 2 days ago
Fun tour of Dublin

Good way to see some of the city without walking. They could probably include a tad bit more history but give you some decent information. It was fun, their were some jokes, and hilarious for the kids to yell at people on the street with...More

Thank rmcunningham
Reviewed 5 days ago
Bet you can't do the tour without a smile!

May I suggest doing this tour as soon as possible upon arriving to Dublin? You really do get a quick look at Dublin which will help you for the rest of your stay. Did you know Dublin has the remains of Tom & Jerry????? That...More

1  Thank M A
Reviewed 6 days ago
Hilarious

Went to Dublin with mum and sister for mum's birthday and wanted to do something different to the usual guided tours. What fun we had! The tour guide Eoghan was so funny, friendly and knowledgeable he even had the whole group singing 'happy birthday '...More

Thank Elaine B
Reviewed 6 days ago
Great way to see the city and have fun!

Had a fun time this morning. Capt Paul is a hoot and we got to see the city while being entertained.

Thank Peg N
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Stacey B
June 5, 2018|
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Response from Karen O | Reviewed this property |
90 mins
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Lulutou
June 4, 2018|
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Response from rlatulippe | Reviewed this property |
When we booked we could get tours starting at 10 am.
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Lulutou
June 4, 2018|
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Response from Greenanimal | Reviewed this property |
I think they were on the hour every hour
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