Dublin Ghost Tours (Dublin) Reviews
Description:Let us put you at your unease on the world's only Ghostbus, and introduce you to the dark romance of a city of gaslight ... more
Dublin Ghost Tours (Dublin) ... ghosts and chilling legends. Your professional guide will weave his spell and spirit you away to meet the felons, fiends and phantoms who reach out across a thousand years of Dublin’s troubled history. You’ll pass haunted houses, learn of Dracula’s Dublin origins and we’ll even throw in a crash course in body-snatching. Near journey’s end the lights go out and darkness invites the macabre traditions of the Irish wake. Your host - one blessed with the "gift of the gab" - will conclude the tour by explaining the meaning of life - and death! - Irish-style.
Newest Review: ... chills and horrific ghost stories, whereas in reality it was a couple of hours of comedy delivered by very funny costumed actors. It was very different to your average ghost tour, but what I had been looking for was something of a slightly scarier nature. I went looking for another haunted tour of Dublin and finally after having found their brochure at the Dublin tourist office I went on ... more
Customer Dublin Ghost Tours (Dublin) Reviews (2)
by - written on 06/07/09 (Useful, 286 readings)
There are really two points that I think need to be highlighted before anyone goes on this tour: 1. At 25 euros it was quite pricey 2. It was a funny tour rather than a creepy ghost tour Having said that I really enjoyed it. It wasn't what I had expected, I had expected a couple of hours of thrills and chills and horrific ghost stories, whereas in reality it was a couple of hours of comedy delivered by very funny costumed actors. It was very different to your average ghost tour, but what I had been looking for was something of a slightly scarier nature. I went looking for another haunted tour of Dublin and finally after having found their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/07/06 (Very useful, 5350 readings)
This will be the last of my reviews on Dublin as I am sure you are all sick of hearing about my visit. Anyway, while in Dublin yes it’s nice to see older historical buildings but sometimes it is nice for a different type of attraction. In my hotel there was a leaflet on Dublin Sightseeing Tours, now, I am not really one for sitting on an open top bus while being driven about town but as I turned the page the bright yellow text reading Dublin Ghost Bus Tour caught my eye. It sounded like something different yet interesting and also I am very interested in ghosts and scary stories I suppose with all of these haunting and psychic shows. So anyway I went down to ... Read the complete review
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