Venue: Trinity College, Dublin 2
Saturday 28 October at 10am and 11.30am
Embark on a guided tour through Trinity College Dublin, exploring the legacy of its literary giants. Journey through the grounds of the Trinity campus, walking in the footsteps of Bram Stoker. Learn about Stoker’s place within the tapestry of the university’s literary history, which includes Oscar Wilde, Jonathan Swift, Samuel Beckett, and Sally Rooney.
Start your tour in the iconic Front Square and travel back to the 19th century, when Stoker was Auditor of the Historical Society, and President of the Philosophical Society, making him the only Trinity student to ever hold both positions.
Visit the Graduate Memorial Building, which is home to Trinity’s three oldest student societies. Travel through the centuries and learn about the impact Trinity writers had on Ireland’s oldest university, as well as their enduring global legacy.
Meeting point at the Campanile (Bell Tower), Front Square, Trinity College Dublin. Please arrive 5 minutes before the tour commences at the meeting point.
Age Suitability: All ages.
Duration: 45 mins.
Note: This is an outdoor tour. Please dress appropriately.
Accessibility: This tour uses accessible pathway and is wheelchair accessible.
Trinity College on Google Maps. Click here for a map link to the venue.