Embark on a spinetingling Ghostbus tour and unearth Dublin’s dark secrets including many shocking stories that repulsed and terrified locals back in the day.
Visit gory crime scenes, be regaled with spooky stories by your storyteller and driver, see the creepy hidden city centre graveyard and visit the haunted steps of St Audeons Church, still haunted by the ghosts of Darky Kelly and Lepers. See a demonstration of medieval torture implements as well!
This experience is perfect for travelers with an interest in the darker side of life. The storytellers are experienced professional actors guaranteed to make the tour a riveting one. The bus itself adds to the macabre feel with its winding corridors and sinister rooms below before emerging into a stark Victorian theatre on the upper deck, complete with blood red velvet curtains.
Be privy to unsettling accounts of body snatching, hear of sinister Dublin surgeon Dr Clossey, and learn of the inspiration behind Bram Stokers most famous character Dracula.
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Please reach meeting point 15 minutes prior to the departure time.
Wheelchair accessibility: No
The Ghostbus Tour may not be suitable for people with a nervous disposition.
Travelers under 14 years are not permitted on this tour and travelers under 16 years must be accompanied by an adult.
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