Dublin, Ohio Group Itineraries

Treat your group to world-class adventure without crossing an ocean. Dublin, Ohio is located 15 minutes northwest of Columbus and offers a wee bit o’Ireland with hands-on Irish experiences, a quaint city setting and one of the nation’s largest Irish Festivals (named an ABA Top 100 Event 5 times). Contact Josh Bricker at jbricker@visitdublinohio.com to create a customized itinerary for you! 

Military Themed Tours

  1. - National Veterans Memorial and Museum: The nation’s newest national museum is a tribute to the millions of Americans who have ever served our great nation.
  2. - Motts Military Museum: View over 70,000 artifacts from the Revolutionary War through Desert Storm. Future exhibits to include the 2nd largest collection of 9/11 artifacts.
  3. - Ohio History Connection: View WWI uniforms, weapons and numerous other artifacts. It also includes admission to the entire Ohio History Museum.
  4. - Local Memorials: Visit local community memorials such as Dublin’s own Grounds of Remembrance
  5. - National Museum of the U.S. Air Force: Located just an hour away, see aircraft and memorabilia from the Wright Brothers era through modern aviation.


Dublin Irish Festival 

Dublin Irish Festival - Irish Thunder State

  1. - Experience the largest 3-day Irish Festival on the planet during the first weekend in August
  2. - Discount group ticket pricing available
  3. - Complimentary welcome bags and reserved bus parking 
  4. - Irish welcome reception available at participating hotels
  5. - Learn more about the Dublin Irish Festival here


Ireland Without a Passport

Sample Itinerary



Irish Wake experience at the Dublin Irish Fesitval

Wake Me When It’s Over – Meet the daughter of “Pat  Murphy” (the guest of honor at an old-style Irish wake). She’ll guide you through the customs of this curious tradition, circa 1898.

Irish Penny Whistle Class – Discover the magic of this  simple and lyrical instrument. Everyone goes home with their own whistle!

Ireland's High Crosses– Learn the symbolism and historical significance of several of Ireland’s high crosses. From telling Biblical stories to marking boundaries, at least 60 of these ancient, seemingly mysterious, monuments stand today. 

Irish Fairy Door Trail – Come explore the shops of  Downtown Dublin as you search for our hidden fairy doors inside each shop.  Find the names of all the resident fairies to redeem for a prize.

Sunny Irish Dinner – Savor the tastes of Ireland  starting with Craggaunowen Chicken and ending with Irish apple cake. Add a fiddler and guitarist for evening  entertainment.


Let us customize an itinerary for you. Contact Josh at jbricker@visitdublinohio.com or call 614-792-7666.