"Ghost Bus" Ghost Bus Tour Tip by Kushelkitten

Ghost Bus Tour, Dublin: 4 reviews and 2 photos

  blurry photo of the Ghost Bus
by Kushelkitten
 
 

It's a Saturday night in Dublin. You aren't really a pub person but you want to do something but what is there to do? You consult your guide book and there really is nothing open on Saturday nights. Then you hear about it; the Ghost Bus, and think "Why not?!" Off to the Dublin Bus information office on O'Connell Street you go and make your reservation.
Okay the above scenerio works best on a Thursday or Friday evening if you want to go on Saturday but really you can book the Ghost Bus tour at any time for any night, if the Dublin Bus info office is open.

The Ghost Bus is a two hour bus tour around the city where they highlight some of the more gruesome goings-on of Dublin's past with a lot of focus on grave robbers since the need for dead bodies for Trinity College's medical program was high. The trip also includes a visit to St. Kevins Church and Cemetery which is the oldest cemetery in Dublin; St. Audeon's and its steps which is suppposed to be the most haunted place in Dublin, with a lot of laughs and screams along the way.

?25 per person and it isnt recommended for people under age 14.

Sorry about the bad photo. Nightime photography isnt my strong suit but doesnt it look sort of ghostly itself?

Address: Pick up outside Dublin Bus Office O'Connell Street
Directions: Dublin Bus office is 59 Upper O'Connell street not too far beyond the General Post Office (GPO).
Phone: +00 353 (0)1 703 3028
Website: http://www.dublinsightseeing.ie/GhostBus/index.aspx?gclid=CLKS09zlq8QCFSXItAodIU0AhQ

Review Helpfulness: 2.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Apr 4, 2011
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