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Ramble Dublin City North and Henrietta Street

January 25, 2023

Walk : Dublin City North and Henrietta Street ,Grave Diggers, Glasnevin Cemetery, Botanic Gardens 

Dublin Connolly, train departs Skerries @ 9.22 arr Dublin Connolly @10.00  

Meeting Point : GPO Dublin @ 10.20am

Walk Start Time: 10.30am

Route : We walkthrough Dublin City and pass or stop# at

GPO Dublin, ####

Rotunda Hospital,

Gate Theatre,

Garden of Remembrance,

Nth Great Georges St,

Temple St Hospital,

Dorset St,

14 Henrietta St, ####  

Kings Inns,

The Broadstone,

Blessington St Basin, ####


Dalymount Park,

Cross Guns,

Botanic Gardens, ####

The Grave Diggers, ####

Glasnevin Cemetery, ####

Return via Royal Canal from Broombridge to Connolly. ####

We will be passing not visiting the named places except those marked####

There are lots of loos on the trail

We will visit 14 Henrietta St for the 11am GUIDED tour, you can find out the history of the house on the link below:


Tickets are €10 and if you wish to book a ticket you can book at the link below,


The lunch stop at The Grave Diggers is around 2 pm. Please bring cash otherwise it can be difficult splitting bills. 


Depending on how many times we stop for coffee the walk be about 6 hrs and approx 12km. If you feel tired ,cold, hungry, bored or unloved or maybe can’t walk that far you can leave safely any time you wish.

Distance: approx. 12km

Height : Approx 100m at Glasnevin

Duration: 6 hours including breaks 

Please Text the leader and book a ticket for 14 Henrietta St @ 11am by the night before if you intend going on the walk

Leader’s Note: No  need for sticks and gaiters just boots. We will be walking in the open pavements and in parks. Bring cash in case we have problems with splitting bills.

WhatsApp ::for ease of communication a Whats App group will be set up for the group coming on this walk. If you do not wish to be included please let the leader know when registering your interest in the walk. 


January 25, 2023


Paul Egan