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Audio Guide

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Guided History Map

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SELF GUIDED TOUR

Along your tour you will see:

• The 900-year-old Glendalough Roundtower, and learn about how it was built
• Glendalough Cathedral with all of its quirky details and stories
St. Kevin's Church, still to this day an incredible feat of stonemasonry and construction
The Priest House, a cute little monument named because of its use as a mortuary chapel
St. Mary's Church, a monument whose dark stories and sad existence are still shielded to this day
Deerstone Bullaun Stone which is linked to one of the many legends of Glendalough
St Kevin's Cross, also known as the hugging cross that for many years was part of a ritual performed by the pilgrims that visited Glendalough

  • Focus on your surroundings, not the screen
    VoiceMap’s audio tour app uses GPS to play audio automatically, at the right time and place. Just install it, then download your tour and go to the starting point to begin your walk, drive, cycle, train trip or even boat ride.
  • Follow a route with turn-by-turn-directions
    Tours follow a route from a fixed starting point. This is how we provide turn-by-turn directions. It also helps publishers tell a story greater than the sum of its parts. But you can use Resume to pick up a tour from the closest location whenever you like.
  • Listen as many times as you like
    You can listen to your tours as often as you like using both the VoiceMap app and the VoiceMap website. Your access to tours doesn’t expire.
  • Take virtual tours anywhere
    Just select Virtual mode in the VoiceMap app to listen to tours at home – or anywhere else. You’ll see the option after you download the tour. You can also listen to the whole tour here on the website.
  • Use VoiceMap offline
    The VoiceMap app works entirely offline if there’s no data connection, so you don’t have to pay roaming fees. Just download the tour over WiFi before you get started.
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