Although we did not stop to tour the Irish White House, the grandeur of this house is beautiful. It's ironic how much of our architecture is structured after someone else's!
Free tickets on Saturday to see the Irish presidents home from the visitors centre in Phoenix Park. We got there at 10.15 and got tickets for 10.30. How lucky was that! Bus takes 25 people to the house and guided tour took just under an hour. The tour was interesting with a very knowledgable guide. No photos allowed so put... More
attended here as part of a group for summer day out , must say i really enjoyed it , chap who brings you through the house is so enthusiastic about the place its hard not to enjoy it , its a short tour as your only allowed access to 3 rooms but enough for me and group ,highly recommended !!
Tickets are available for a free tour of the Aras most Saturday mornings. Tickets are issued from the Phoenix park visitors centre from 10am on a first come first served basis. Numbers are limited to around 25 per tour (one tour per hour starting at 10.30am). We joined the queue at 9.45am and got tickets for a 1.30pm tour. The... More
We took the #46 bus to Phoenix Park and walked past the zoo and through the park to the Visitor's Center. It was quite a hike, but well worth a visit. There's a little shuttle to Aras an Uachtarain and a guided tour through the reception areas, the dining room, and the Irish president's study. There is a bust and... More
If you’re living in Dublin or visiting, a tour of the Aras is a must. The tours only take place on a Saturday and it is best to double check on Friday afternoon as they can be cancelled if required. The free tickets are given on a first come first served basis from the visitors centre and run from 10:30... More
If you are visiting Dublin go to the Aras. It only opens on Saturday and tickets are on a first come first served basis. The maximum the tour will take is about 30 people. Here you visit the president of Ireland's residence. There is plenty of history and the guides are excellent. The tour takes about an hour and Is... More
the guide was brilliant. so welcoming. so informative. had a lovley way of explaining things. showed us a lot more than what we had been expecting. we got to see the old rolls royce which is currently decomissioned but is probably doing to be reconstructed under michael d.
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