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Ciara in Dublin – Van Gogh Dublin – AN IMMERSIVE JOURNEY

A new and incredibly exciting exhibition just landed in Dublin. It is something I’ve never seen before and also something I urge everyone to experience. It is of course the Van Gogh Immersive Journey Exhibition in the RDS. I had heard about this exhibition as it had travelled around the world and had seen Tik…

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June 24, 2022

Anna in Dublin – Little Museum of Dublin

Hello, Anna here with my first blog! Myself and my wonderful colleague Selma headed up to The Little Museum of Dublin on a rainy Saturday morning.  We had no idea what to expect and were cautiously optimistic as we entered the 1776 Georgian house just off St Stephen’s Green. We were immediately won over by…

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May 26, 2022

Daniel in Dublin – Kilmainham Gaol

Ok, I must admit I’m a bit embarrassed it took me so long to do this one. I’m from Dublin and have lived here over half my life but this was my first time visiting Kilmainham Gaol. I was very excited about this one, everyone who does it says how brilliant is and I agree,…

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May 20, 2022

Daniel in Dublin – Do Dublin Hop On Hop Off

What better way to see the city than on the top of an open top double decker bus? Great idea, right? So, with that in mind I set off to explore the city with Do Dublin and once again I was joined by my colleague Anna. We met up and headed for the pick-up point…

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May 5, 2022

Daniel in Dublin – Collins Barracks

Continuing with my quest to expand local knowledge and learn a little more about the history of our lovely city, I decided to visit the National Museum of Decorative Arts & History. This time I was joined by my colleague Anna. We went on a sunny Thursday afternoon in March but wish we had left…

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April 22, 2022

Daniel in Dublin – Marsh’s Library

Here at Vintage Tea Trips we are committed to make Dublin the go to destination in Ireland. Of course you know that Ireland is a wonderful country full of diverse attractions, open greenways and waterways and areas of incredible historical and cultural importance, but did you know that Dublin has all of these and more?  There’s a…

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March 3, 2022

How to elevate your picnic game, according to the Vintage Tea Trips team

This article first appeared on IMAGE online by Shayna Shappington on 8th May 2021 Sunshine, gourmet pastries and eco-friendly plateware – we all deserve a bit of outdoor luxury this summer. We’re enjoying the latest stretches of sunshine and blue skies, dreaming of dressing up in our best, floaty dresses and wicker sandals and spending…

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June 3, 2021

Our Annual Lookback Post with a Twist…

We’ve said it before, and you’ve heard it A LOT. It’s been a wild, wild ride of a year. One we didn’t see coming, yet one we’ll remember for a looong time. This year has tested us, upset us, made us angry and almost ended us! But here at VTT we’re tenacious and we adapted….

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December 17, 2020

A Christmas Idea

And just like that, after the quickest, most bonkers year on record, it’s Christmas.We knew from the off that Christmas was going to be different this year. While we may have hoped and prayed that the virus would be gone come silly season we knew that this was wishful thinking. And so an idea formed,…

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November 20, 2020

Santa Experience FAQs

  What are the prices for the Santa Afternoon Tea Trip? Monday – Friday – Adult: €48 and Child: €42 Saturday & Sunday – Adult: €50 and Child: €45 What does this include? The price includes a full afternoon tea for each person on board our lovingly restored 1960s double decker bus. The afternoon tea…

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November 11, 2020