Johnnie Foxes & Blue Light Tour

Johnnie Foxes & Blue Light Tour

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We Pick you up at your Dublin Hotel and we drive you to Johnnie Foxes Pub & the Blue Light Tour, a must see and do out of all the Pubs in Dublin.
Its a 4 hour round-trip….or longer if you need more time.

At the top of Glencullen in the Dublin mountains, Johnnie Fox’s is one of Ireland’s oldest and most famous traditional Irish pubs.
The highest pub in Irelandlocated at 25-35 minutes drive from Dublin City centre.

At Johnnie Fox’s theres Live Irish Music 7 nights a week (also on Saturday & Sunday afternoons from 3.30 – 5.30pm). You can also see one of the top dancing performances in the country at the famous dinner & show – ‘Hooley Night’

Johnnie Foxes pub, the highest pub In Ireland
Johnnie Foxes pub, the highest pub In Ireland

We offer a tour like no other…

A would invite a warm welcome to all our visitors to Dublin, Ireland both national & international to enjoy a most memorable experience with us!

The Bluelight Pub
The View of Dublin from the Bluelight Pub

The Blue Light Pub was established around 1870 and is located in Barnacullia in South County Dublin, about ten minutes from Johnnie Foxes Pub, in fact we stop off on the way

THe name originates from the story that during the mid 1800’s when the custom officers ‘clocked off’ in Dunlaoghaire Harbour a light signal would be sent up the hill to this location.

Another light signal would then be sent back out into the bay using an old blue ships lantern to let smugglers know that the coast was clear to land illegal booty such as rum, tobacco, wine and brandy. Barnacullia (‘Top of the Woods’) has a long tradition of quarrying granite and stone cutting as the local stone has been used to build Dublin’s finest buildings and churches. It has the great mix of turf fires, local banter and rocking music and due to it’s location at 700 feet above sea level has the finest views of Dublin City and Dublin Bay. It is the only pub in Dublin that still sells turf!