Visit Malahide Castle and scenic Howth route
Malahide Castle and Coastal Tour is tailored for history lovers and families on a short visit to Dublin. This scenic trip offers coastal views and a chance to explore a castle all in just a half-day.
Visit the charming 800-year-old Malahide Castle with included admission and a guided tour. You will discover the fascinating history of the castle and grounds which also includes the Victorian botanical walled gardens.
Journey along Dublin’s gorgeous coastline from Malahide to Howth Village and make sure to visit the playful seals that lounge by the South Pier, and remember, no visit to Howth would be complete without trying its world-famous Fish & Chips.
This half-day trip returns to Dublin City by traveling along the beautiful Dublin Bay (with a photo stop at Howth Summit), past the wilds of Bull Island and the Edwardian borough of Clontarf.
This half-day trip from Dublin departs twice daily at 09:30 and 14:00 from and takes approximately 4hrs.
The first stop is the magnificent Malahide Castle itself. An almost two-hour tour of the castle and the courtyard with the gardens followed by the coastal tour towards Howth.
Around one hour of free time in Howth will round-up this tour before the return to Dublin.
All tours of Malahide Castle are directed by a Gray Line team of warm and friendly English speaking hosts.
Finally, Castle guided tours are also provided in 6 different languages via interactive audio sets including German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian.
For more information or to book the tour visit any of the Dublin Visitor Centres.