Tours of Killyleagh, county Down and Dublin

For many years Clive has been taking groups on trips to Dublin to visit the Easter Rising sites and in more recent times he has developed two unique tours of Killyleagh and the Lecale area of county Down.

If you are keen to arrange a tour for your group please contact Clive by any of the means below and he’ll take it from there. The cost depends on many factors and can be discussed with Clive in due course.
For such a small village Killyleagh is a place of supreme importance. It is perhaps most famously known as the birthplace of Sir Hans Sloane – founder of the British Museum and inventor of drinking chocolate. But it also has lots more to offer. Visit the stunning castle, still a private dwelling, and follow the trail of Sloane, Henry Blackwood and other famous sons of this outstanding place.
Downpatrick and the Lecale
The Lecale is an area of outstanding natural beauty. On this tour your group will visit and explore Down Cathedral, the Down County Museum, Inch Abbey, Saul Church, Slieve Patrick and other areas associated with Saint Patrick. This is usually a full day’s tour but can easily be tailored to suit your group’s needs.
Dublin – the 1916 Easter Rising sites
Become rebels for the day!

Follow Clive as he takes you back in time into the footsteps of the 1916 rebels. You’ll visit the GPO, the Four Courts, St Stephen’s Green, the College of Surgeons, and more keys sites, finishing off with a tour of Kilmainham Jail (subject to availability as it’s a hugely popular attraction).