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Days & Times

Starting in April 2014 The Howth Express will run on Tuesdays through Sundays and Bank Holidays with trips on the half hour between 11.00 and 16.30 up until the end of May.

June, July and August – The Howth Express will run on the half hour, seven days a week, between 11.00 and 17.30.

From October through to the end of February will be on the half hour between 11.00 and 16.00 at the weekends & Bank Holidays.

Duration

The tour will take just under half an hour including an optional stop at the National Transport Museum.

Route

The starting point for The Howth Express is at the bus stop 400 meters past the turn for the West Pier opposite the old Court House. The route will take you past the Harbour front down as far as the end of the East pier at Balscadden. Then the tour takes you back along the harbour front, passing by the DART station and then turning into Howth Castle & Demesne, stopping at the National Transport Museum where you can get out and visit and return on a alter train.

The tour then takes in the both the fishing harbour and Howth Yacht Clubs marina as it travels down the middle pier to the centre of the harbour, finally working its way back to the finish point at the old Court House.

Fare

Adults €5, Children under 12 €3.50 & family pass #1 (2 adults + 2 kids) €15.

Tickets

Pay on board on the day or see our booking section for further booking information including group & special tours.

Accessibility

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The Howth Express can take two wheelchairs at a time.

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