Venue: Mount Jerome Cemetery, 158 Harold’s Cross Road, Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6w
Sunday 29 October at 10am, 12pm and 2.15pm
Tickets: €15 (including + €1 booking fee)
If Glasnevin Cemetery tells the story of Irish Independence, then Mount Jerome is the cemetery that captures Dublin’s Victorian Age.
Join historian, author and host of the hugely-popular podcast Three Castles Burning Donal Fallon on this specially-commissioned walking tour of one of Dublin’s most fascinating square miles: eternal home to one of the finest collections of Victorian memorials, tombs, vaults and crypts in Ireland.
Amidst the headstones you’ll encounter important names in the Irish supernatural tradition like William Wilde and Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu, and hear of their links to Bram Stoker and the Dublin of his time.
Limited places are available on each tour so early booking is highly advised.
Age Suitability: 12+. Under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Duration: 75 mins (Please arrive 10 minutes before the tour starts).
Please Note: This is an outdoor event. Please dress appropriately. We ask patrons of the tour to respect Mount Jerome Cemetery and to stick to the main pathways.
Accessibility: This tour is held in a cemetery and the tour route is unfortunately not suitable for wheelchairs.
Mount Jerome Cemetery on Google Maps. Click here for a map link to the venue.
Thank you to the staff at Mount Jerome Cemetery for their assistance and support on this event.