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Ennis Walking Tours are the best way to live Ennis. Buy your ticket & reserve your place on this wonderful Ennis Experiance

Ennis Walking Tour

SKU: 364215376135191
18,00 €Price
  • Time & Distance
    Tours usually start at 11:00am and last approximately 75 minutes. Check the webpage calendar for availability. We walk approx. one mile at a moderate walking pace, stopping at various points along the tour.

    Meeting Point
    We meet outside the Ennis Tourist Office which is just off the main square in the center of the town. Arthurs Row laneway, beside the O’Connell monument in the main square, leads to a courtyard which is shared by the Ennis Tourist Office, the Clare Museum and the Temple Gate Hotel. The tour meets in this courtyard.

    Additional Information
    The tour consists of approx. 10 stops and will take in all the major sights of the town of Ennis including the O’Connell Monument, the old bow-ways, Old Abbey, 1916 memorial, Franciscan Friary, McParland Building, Chapel Lane church, the Market, St Peter and Pauls Cathedral and much of the towns art and sculpture trail.

    Rain/Inclement Weather
    Ennis Walking Tours generally presents tours rain or shine.

    Cost
    The tour costs €18 for adults and €10 for children

    Guide
    Tours are run by the owner/operator of Ennis Walking Tours, Dr Jane O’Brien. An expert guide with a Masters in local history and a History PhD from the University of Galway, she has been running tours of Ennis since 2005 but it is also Janes storytelling skills that bring the vibrant past of the town alive for all who join her tours. Read more on your guide.

    Amplification
    For medium to large sized groups the guide uses a small microphone amplifier to ensure that all the group can hear clearly. Also all stopping points have plenty of room for the group to gather.

    Wheelchair accessibility
    The tour is wheelchair accessible – the route is mainly on flat ground with kerbstone dips available along the route.

    Tips
    Gratuities are always appreciated, but never expected.

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