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Guided Dublin History and Architectural walking tours from Arran Henderson, historian and Art historian from radio & the old Hidden Dublin column Both scheduled public tours, 3-6 times a month and pre-booked private tours for your group. Corporate...more
Hours Today: 1:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
47 Heytesbury Lane | Ballsbridge, D4., Dublin D4, Ireland
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Another great walk full of info , history , quirks and facts . Arran really does impart his knowledge with humour and respect for all (even if you do bend his map ) . I recommend you build these regular walks into your schedule ....More
Soo interesting Dublin as the way you dreamt it, was full of funny odd stories in places that you otherwise could never know existed unless you are a Dublin expert like our handsome quirky guide. The our group of 6 could not rate it higher....More
Many thanks Arran for guiding us in Dublin. You are a splendid guide with a lot of enthusiasm and a great knowledge of History and Architecture. By showing us all parts of Dublin - even small and especially hidden ones, we were able to see...More
Arran might be very busy day, but he accepted our half day tour, and covered almost all of the important and impressive buildings in Dublin. Moreover, he suggested how to go around the rest of our stay, showed us where to eat etc.. Never forget...More
Arran2014, Owner at Dublin Decoded, responded to this reviewResponded August 20, 2018
Dear Mikiko, and dear all the Nozaki family; thank you for your visit to Dublin, and thank you for this very kind review of our tour together. As you know I had other tours that day, and was getting married two days later. But when...More
A great, original and funny visit! For non native english and natives also. A different way for discovering this amazing exhibition. Youngs and olds will appreciate ARRAN kindness, energy and talent to explain the history’s species (and the words). Thanks Arran for this joyful moment!...More
Over the last two years, I have gone on several of Arran’s ‘Dublin Decoded’ walking tours. These varied from wonderful street tours, to understanding a selection of paintings in the National Gallery.
Not only is Arran’s depth of knowledge astonishing, but it is also very...More
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Arran2014, Owner at Dublin Decoded, responded to this reviewResponded July 30, 2018
David, thank you so much for this kind, generous-spirited review. I am absolutely thrilled you enjoy the tours we provide. Thank you so much for taking the time to write about them. Much obliged to you sir -Arran.
Arran navigates a lively and well informed trek up and down Grafton Street from the residence at No.1 to the commercial property opposite at No. 116 ( I think). Dubliners especially will be challenged to stand and stare to behold the original buildings behind the...More
Arran2014, Manager at Dublin Decoded, responded to this reviewResponded July 23, 2018
Thank you for your review. I'm glad to hear that overall you enjoyed the tour and found it lively and well-informed. Thank you for saying that. We've had exceptionally good feedback about it, as in fairness we get about all our tours.
How fascinating this walk with Arran was - he like mother duck leading his ducklings through the fairly thronged streets between the newly refurbished and very fine City Assembly House - the old Civic Museum building next door to the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre and Temple...More
Arran2014, Owner at Dublin Decoded, responded to this reviewResponded July 22, 2018
thank you for this kind, generous review. I'm delighted you enjoyed our visit to the Society of Artists' exhibition, and our little ramble around the city centre, to some former studios and homes of those 18th Century artists. It was a very nice...More