Trinity Trails

Take a guided tour through the ancient grounds of Trinity College Dublin. Walk in the footsteps of famous past students and discover the stories that make Trinity such a special place.
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Discover iconic architecture

Begin your tour at the Campanile in the heart of Trinity’s Front Square. Learn about the interesting superstition it holds amongst students and hear the secrets of the 18th century buildings surrounding it.

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Walk in the footsteps
of famous alumni

Walk along pathways that were once frequented by some of Ireland’s most famous writers, actors and changemakers. You’ll pass by the homes of two of the world’s oldest student societies, with past members such as Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett and Mary Robinson.

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Step inside the stunning Musuem Building

Step into the breathtaking Museum building, which you may recognise as the location from some recently filmed blockbuster movies. Explore its ornate foyer which is filled with beautiful Irish marble and an exquisite ceiling which will take your breath away.

tourists at biodiversity garden

Immerse yourself in Trinity’s colourful
flora and fauna

Soak up Trinity’s tranquil, leafy squares and learn about the rich biodiversity across the campus. Keep an eye out for native plant life and the unique ways Trinity is protecting nesting birds and bees across its 47 acre campus.

Our expert guides

Tour guide standing in Trinity's Front Square with a lawn behind them.









Rose Ann



Tour guide- harry


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Video Gallery

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grace tour guide
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Terrific campus walking tour with Luca

The highlight of our time at Trinity College was the walking tour with Luca. He was very knowledgeable and entertaining – the perfect mix for an outstanding tour guide.

Mo S


Guided campus tour highly recommended

We took the guided tour of the campus that included a visit to the library. The tour with Sarah was excellent – she was bright, funny and knowledgeable. The campus is beautiful and the stories behind some of the buildings are fascinating. The old library was of course amazing as well.