Arthur Griffith Walking Tour
By the time of his death on August 12th, 1922 Arthur Griffith had packed much into his 51 years.
Printer, journalist, editor (the first to publish work by James Joyce), political thinker, Republican, founder of Sinn Féin, President of Dáil Éireann, and signatory of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, he remains an enigmatic figure to this day.
Join John for a 90 minute stroll through Griffith’s Dublin with stops at Henrietta Street, his birthplace at 61 Upper Dominick Street, his school in St Mary’s Place and his grave at Glasnevin cemetery, exploring along the way people and places in the North Inner City which helped shape one of our capital’s most controversial sons.
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MEETING POINT 14 Henrietta St, Dublin 1, D01 HH34. Outside the Tenement Museum
DURATION 90 minutes approximately.