St Stephens Green
Visit Ireland's most well known Victorian park St Stephen's Green. Located in city center. It is an ideal place to unwind during your visit to Dublin.
Looking for things to do in Dublin, Ireland's best known vistorian park is Stephens Green.
Situated at the top of Grafton Street, St Stephen's Green is at the heart of Dublin city.
Re-opened by Lord Ardilaun in 1880, this 22 acre / 9 hectare park has been restored and mainted in the original victorian layout. With extensive tree and shrub planting, beautiful spring and victorian bedding and the herbaceous border also provides colour from early spring to late autumn.
When you visit and the weather is not on your side, shelter can be found in the victorian lakeside shelters or in the victorian swiss shelters in the centre of the park.
St Stephen's Green park contains over 3.5km of path ways which are accessible by all users.
While taking leisurely strole through the park visit the Waterfall and Pulham rock work, likeswise the ornamental lake which provides a home for waterfowl and a garden for the visually impared. Throughout the park are a number of sculptures to view and when the children want to use up more of their energy, the children's playground is always very popular. Lunch time concerts are also performed during the summer months.
Gardens are open Monday - Saturday at 07.30
Sunday and Holidays at 09.30
Gardens close according to day time daylight hours
Gardens open Christmas day 09.30 - 13.00
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