Merrion SquareCurrently Open
- Address: Dublin, Ireland
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Square, Family And Kids
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.
- Entry is free.
- You can visit the square any time of the day.
- Nearby bus stop: Merrion Square North
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5.42% of people who visit Dublin include Merrion Square in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
41.3% of people start their Merrion Square visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Merrion Square
86.05% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Merrion Square
Beautiful spacious park for family fun time. Many events happen there all around the year. We went to science event which was really amazing. My children participated in many little fun experiments. Good for playing football with your children or for sun bathing as well
Beautiful park, so peaceful and well maintained park. Great for the kids and adults. Lots of beautiful statues and other installations
One of the most emblematic places in Dublin with its Georgian buildings with colourful doors. In the same square you can find the National Gallery of Ireland and the Natural History Museum of Ireland. In the centre of the square there's a nice park with the famous sculpture of Oscar Wilde made in marble of different colours.
Nice park to walk through or sit on a bench with a coffee. They have a good market every Thursday at lunch time and often have events at weekends. Particularly for festivals.
Great place on the weekend and on Sunday enjoy a walk around the perimeter of the park and see local artists selling their work. Plenty to look at and choose from. On the bottom side of the park you'll find Oscar Wilde sat on a rock contemplating the world and much more. It's only a short walk from Grafton Street and places to shop eat and drink.