Richmond Barracks

Biodiversity Walking Tour

Take a closer look at the biodiversity of Inchicore with our resident eco-gardener Polly Rowley-Sams. You will learn about the ecology of the locality and hear about the flora and fauna that can be found within it. The tour route takes in St. Michaels estate, along the canal and back towards the village of Inchicore. It also takes in some unexpected local treasures. This tour has been developed in collaboration with local environmental groups and highlights the important role we can all play in supporting biodiversity locally.

Our biodiversity walking tour is an outdoor experience so please dress for all weathers and wear comfortable shoes. Whilst walking tours are a safe and enjoyable experience, in order to ensure social distancing, our group size is limited.

Each tour lasts approximately one hour and 30 minutes. The tour begins and ends at Richmond Barracks.

Tour dates and times:

10 September at 3.30pm

24 September at 3.00pm

25 September at 12.00pm

8 October at 2.00pm

 

Check out our Biodiversity Self Guided Worksheet - Available To Download Here.


Information

Our biodiversity walking tour is an outdoor experience so please dress for all weathers and wear comfortable shoes. Whilst walking tours are a safe and enjoyable experience, in order to ensure social distancing, our group size is limited.

Each tour lasts approximately one hour and 30 minutes. The tour begins and ends at Richmond Barracks.

Please note that, except for guide and assistance dogs, dogs are not permitted on this tour.


Accessibility

Please note that this tour takes place across public paths and road crossing points. There are some uneven surfaces and some steep inclines. If you have any questions about accessibility please contact Laura at cultureconnects@richmondbarracks.ie


Visiting Us Safely

You can find out about what to expect when visiting Richmond Barracks here.

Later dates for this event

Sat, Oct. 8, 2022 calendar