U2 Landmarks Tour Dublin

U2 Tour Dublin

Best U2 Tour Dublin

The world’s biggest band are the best thing to come out of Dublin since Guinness, and  since all four members are born and bred in the city there are more than a few landmarks associated with the boys. Lfl have put together a tour that takes in the most U2 landmarks and points of interest for U2 fans visiting Dublin. Choose how long you want your tour to last and we can tailor a tour to your requirements.

        1. 10 Cederwood Road

          ceaderwood roadHow may streets on the north side of Dublin have a song written about them ?    The most famous house in Dublin  was Bono’s home for 22 years before he moved out when he  got married to Ali . Bono’s  lifelong friends Guggi ( Derek Rowan ) and Gavin Friday (Fionan Harvey) also lived on Cederwood Road.

        2. 60 Rosemount Avenue.

          Larry Mullen’s childhood home and the place where U2 first rehearsed although they were known then as The Larry Mullen Band.60RosemountAvenue-Dublin

        3. Mount Temple School

          Located on the Malahide Road this is where U2 were formed. Little did Larry Mullen Snr. know when he suggested to his son that he place a notice on the school noticeboard looking for musicians to form a band, that the world’s biggest band would be the result!

        4. Windmill Lane

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          The site if the original recording studio where U2 recorded their first two albums.

          The original location of windmill lane is still a popular cult symbol and is regularly visited by tourists from Ireland and other countries.
          After U2 came here, Van Morrison, Sinéad O’Connor, Elvis Costello all recorded at the studios.

        5. Hanover Quay Studio

          The band’s current studio in Downtown Dublin.

        6. All Saint’s Church Raheny

          This is the church where Bono & Ali where married.

        7. Bono’s House in Killiney.

          A house fitting a rock star in Ireland’s most fashionable neighbourhood.

        8. St. Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre

          Site of the original Dandelion Market where U2 played early gigs.

        9. Bonovox  Store.

          Bonov0xThe hearing aid store on North Earl Street from where U2’s singer got his name.

        10. Fitzwilliam Street

          Location for the video for The Sweetest Thing .

        11. Project Arts Centre

          Where U2 met Paul McGuiness who would become their manager.

        12. Finnegan’s of Dalkey

          Bono’s local pub and the place he took first lady Michelle Obama and her daughters for lunch when they visited Dublin. This makes an ideal lunch stop on your U2 landmark tour of Dublin. Try the fish and chips they are Bono’s favourite.



As well as seeing the U2 landmarks of Dublin, your driver will also point out Dublin’s historical sights en route to the next U2 location. Find out more about our unique U2 tour of Dublin.

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