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The Official Walk of Shame

The Official Walk of Shame

Enjoy the talk of Dublin!

“The daily spite of this unmannerly town,
Where who has served the most is most defamed,
The reputation of his lifetime lost
Between the night and morning.” 

– William Butler Yeats

Inspired by William Butler Yeats, who lived on Fitzwilliam Square, The Official Walk of Shame is the ultimate insider’s guide to Irish history. On this delightful new walking tour, you will meet the ghosts of Dublin, hear plenty of gossip, and discover how to ruin a reputation. 

But most of the time you will be too busy laughing to notice.

Join us on The Official Walk of Shame, a brilliant new history of Dublin in the rumours, scandals and crimes of one square mile: the Georgian splendour of Fitzwilliam Square. 

This hilarious walking tour is a celebration of what Dubliners do best – malicious gossip – on a walk that exposes the secrets of a single address.

Make history today. Do the Official Walk of Shame.

The Official Walk of Shame starts from the Little Museum Pop-up on Lower Pembroke Street at 3.30pm daily and capacity is strictly limited. To avoid disappointment, book your tickets now.