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Ennis Walking Tour

  • Step back in time with a guided tour through the medieval streets of Ennis
  • Hear legends of the famines, rebellions, and riots that shaped this town
  • Marvel at such sights as the Daniel O'Connell Monument, Old Abbey, and more
Ennis Walking Tour
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Ennis Walking Tour
Ennis is a charming medieval village in Ireland’s Country Clare well known for its traditional Irish music scene. With this tour, you’ll explore the winding streets and medieval architecture of Ennis with a guide, while listening to the fascinating stories and legends that shaped the history of this town. Like any good Irish tour, this tour concludes with a round of pints in a traditional Irish pub.
What to Expect

The tours leave at 11:00am every day except Wednesday and Sunday from outside the Ennis Tourist Office. The tour takes approx. 1 hour and 10 minutes to complete and makes 10 stops around the town taking in all the major sights of Ennis including the Daniel O'Connell Monument, The Old Abbey, The McPharland Building to name a few. As well as the rich history of the town the tour will also explore the interesting stories and legends associated with the town and take in the towns medieval architecture, art and sculptures.

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Reviewed 2 days ago
Jane walking tour

Informative and fun Jane allowed questions and was very patient We went to various sites and she included history and culture

Thank noreenmary2
Reviewed 4 days ago
Ennis Walking Tour

The walking tour with our guide Jane was very interesting. Jane has a thorough historical knowledge of this charming Irish village. Our Dutch group really enjoyed the tour. I can certainly recommend this guide.

Thank Kristel C
Reviewed 1 week ago
A local learning about Ennis

As the owner of a B&B in Dysert O'Dea I like to to try out local places of interests and attractions in order to give first hand recommendations to our guests. I joined Jane today on her tour of Ennis. I learned so much about...More

Thank Joanne B
Jane O, Owner at Ennis Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Joanne - thank you so much for your lovely review - and I am so pleased that you will now be able to recommend my tour to the guests who stay at your B&B! Locals as well as visitors always do seem to enjoy...More

Reviewed 1 week ago
Excellent leisurely tour of the old town of Ennis

Jane was an excellent tour guide who was full of knowledge of the township of Ennis. Jane had a great sense of humour and she took us to different attractions to explain the expansive history of the town. The tour is excellent for first time...More

Thank Kerry D
Jane O, Owner at Ennis Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Hi Kerry - thank you for your lovely review! - my aim for the tours is always to convey the rich history and stories of the town in an engaging way that lives on in the memory of the listener - I am so glad...More

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Great way to get to know the town

Jane gives a very informative walking tour of the lovely town of Ennis. A perfect blend of history and current goings on. Most importantly, she makes it interesting and infuses it with a dose of humor. The more you know about a place, the richer...More

Thank TravelGirlTawnia
Jane O, Owner at Ennis Walking Tours, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago

Thank you for your great review of Ennis Walking Tours! Yes Ennis is certainly full of history but is still such a vibrant and bustling town today - taking a walking tour is such a great way to appreciate the place. Best wishes Jane

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