This virtual tour was interesting to create. If you have a look, I have added video on the tv screen. The building that houses McDaids can be traced back to the late 18th century and is reputed to have housed the City Morgue. It took on it’s more ecclesiastical features when it was taken over by the Moravian Brothers some time later. They developed the practice of standing their corpses in a vertical position and it’s suggested this may be the reason for the very high ceilings in the pub. Whilst the walls may not be able to tell any stories from the bygone days, the latest generation of bartenders in McDaids are equally skilled in pouring pints of the black stuff and well versed in the history of this quite magnificent pub.

Virtual Tour of McDaids Pub in Dublin, Ireland

 


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I am a Freelance Photographer based in Singapore who specialises in 360 Photography and Virtual Tours. If you have any questions about creating a Virtual Tour for your location, please feel free to contact me.