Merrion Square, Dublin
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Address: Dublin, Ireland
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Merrion Square is home to various parks and play areas. It is a wonderful place to gather as a family or catch up with a few friends. The square is most crowded on holidays and weekends. The park here is very artistic and appealing visually. There are sculptures, statues and more to explore here. Take off a few hours and enjoy the Merrion Square while you absorb the beauty of art and nature both in one place.
Merrion Square Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Merrion Square Opening and Closing Hours
- You can visit the square any time of the day.
How To reach Merrion Square by Public Transport
- Nearby bus stop: Merrion Square North
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A beautiful old-fashioned city park first designed for the residents of the surrounding Georgian homes. This park contains a lovely mixture of mature trees, shrubbery and flower beds. It is extremely well maintained and looks fantastic all year round. It has a fabulous enclosed playground as well as many monuments and sculptures. Great for strolling, picnicking and general chilling it also hosts events and markets.
It's a park. With trees and grass and benches and playgrounds. You don't need to fly hundreds or thousands of miles to see it. No doubt if you live in a nearby Dublin apartment you treasure this place. If you are a tourist, spend your precious time elsewhere. 20 minute walk through. Free.
Nice park, well kept and clean. It’s small but I can see why locals love it so much. What’s cool is the Thursday International food market. Lots of different foods and people there.
Pretty little park that is clean and well maintained. They have food trucks certain days of the week and they are fantastic! I love seeing all the of events that happen here.
It's a park. Not sure how to rate it. Has a decent number of events happening there and Dublin bike stations on the perimeter. Also has many historical Georgian houses running its lengths. Heart of Georgian Dublin apparently. It's okay as a park but does not inspire great love or attachment.
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