Welcome to Templar Tours of Ireland
Travel back in time and walk in the footsteps of the Templars.
Templar Tours of Ireland is a genuine Knights Templar Tour organised and run by Knights Templar, for Knights Templar and all those interested in the history of this medieval order on the island of Ireland. In fact, Templar Tours of Ireland is the only Knights Templar tour in Ireland.
Our tours include visits to many secret Templar sites which are not open to the public and will never be found on any other tour whether masonic or otherwise. Even many sites which are open to the public are not known by other tour operators to be of significance to Masons and Templars and as such, our tours are unique. We are owned by Knights Templar and our guides have an inside and in-depth knowledge unequalled in this field.
Visit sights, ruins and castles once part of The Order of the Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ and of the Temple of Solomon, better known as the Knights Templar.
This ancient order of warrior monks, almost lost to antiquity, has spawned a myriad of books and conspiracy theories enough to keep enthusiasts busy for decades. The island of Ireland, like most parts of Europe, is littered with derelict ruins, working castles and churches which were built by the Knights Templar and many are still used today as hotels and for continuous religious services.
Why not join us as we travel the pathways and byways once used by the Templars themselves as we journey from castles, to cities, to working establishments and more. We will visit the sight of an original Templar Inn where today there stands a working pub just across the road from an actual grave of a High Knight Templar in the ruins of an old Templar Church.
From a, still functioning, Templar Lighthouse we ponder the
question 'what were the Templars looking for as they watched the
seas between southern Wexford and North Western France'? One can't
help but wonder, have the Templar Treasure Hunters been looking in
the wrong places all along. After all, the treasure has yet to be
From a, still functioning, Templar Lighthouse we ponder the question 'what were the Templars looking for as they watched the seas between southern Wexford and North Western France'? One can't help but wonder, have the Templar Treasure Hunters been looking in the wrong places all along. After all, the treasure has yet to be found.