We provide informative, authoritative, and engaging tours of Irish architecture.
Who we are
Mike O Neill is an architectural historian. He holds a doctorate in architectural history from Trinity College Dublin. His freelance work has involved researching and writing on all periods of Irish architecture throughout the country. He has written extensively on the Dublin Cathedrals, on Bank architecture and has contributed several chapters to a forthcoming architectural history of Dublin Castle. He has contributed chapters on the history of the Church of Ireland to several volumes of county focused interdisciplinary studies. He has also been involved in several county architectural inventories. (National Inventory of Architectural Heritage). Mike has also initiated a number of digitising projects making important drawing collections available online: Du Noyer Collection and RCB Library Church Drawings Collection.
Communicating his own research and that of other scholars is an exciting aspect of his work. Over the years he has delivered many specialised tours to historical and antiquarian societies and various tour groups.
Geraldine Neill is a graduate of University College Cork. She has been resident in Dublin City for the last 20 years. Geraldine works for a Dublin based charity as a Training and Development Coordinator, with a talent for making information interesting and accessible.
A lifelong love of the arts, Irish art and culture in particular fuels her drive to communicate all that Dublin and Ireland has to offer the discerning visitor.