Phoenix Park, Dublin
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Phoenix Park, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: Dublin 8, Ireland
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
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Being situated on the west of Dublin, The Phoenix Park is one of the major parks in Ireland. It has acres of wide and open space with lush green vegetation. Various lakes surround the entire park. There is also a zoo. Children love this place for its many attractions. People also like jogging, horse riding, cycling in this park.
On a perfect sunny day in Dublin, you can have a lovely in the Phoenix Park. People practice yoga in the park during the morning and the evenings. The park has hotels and restaurants surrounding it which is perfect for the tourists. Nature’s bounty is at its best at Phoenix park.
The Wellington Monument is a famous building inside the Park and is a popular tourist destination. Many vibrant flower beds have been erected throughout the park. It also houses the President’s House; therefore the security system is rather strict. The park is surrounded by high walls. Be careful to follow all the rules of the park.
One of the major parks in ireland, Phoenix Park is a sight to behold. No wonder it sees hordes to visitors every year. The park is although free, which means absolutely no Phoenix Park Tickets or Phoenix Park Ticket Prices, but there are various shows and concerts takes place here conducted by varied artist. Tickets for Phoenix Park shows have to be availed from the venue itself. You can also check the website and Book Tickets for Phoenix Park from there. The prices are pretty reasonable, hence you won’t have to worry while Buying Tickets for Phoenix Park.
Phoenix Park Information
- The side gates to the Park are open from 7:00 am - 11:00 pm.
- This park is the venue for a lot of concerts by international artists. If you are lucky, you could catch some of your favorite artists live.
How To reach Phoenix Park by Public Transport
- Ashtown Gate Bus Station
Restaurants Near Phoenix Park
- Delhi O'Deli – Indian
- Al Vesuvio – Italian
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If you are just coming to visit Dublin and you like nature this Park should be at the top of your list. Historic, beautiful scenery and relaxing atmosphere right in the heart of the city. If you are local and can't afford the time or money for getaways in the country, come along with some snacks and friends and enjoy the day out! If you're into outdoor exercise this is definitely an amazing place for running and cycling.
Fantastic huge park close to the city centre. Great for running,walking and cycling. Farmleigh house worth a look. Couple of coffee shops. Good place to fly a kite or go for a picnic
Excellent place for recreational activities & keeping you fit.. A very large area with loads of trees, lush greenery, ponds, Cricket Golf, polo stadium as well... Dont miss People's garden. You would also find Dublin Zoo inside. Ample parking available. BTW, be ready to walk, a lot of walk :-)
The most awesome thing about this park at is that it is close to the city center but you feel like your in the middle of nature. It's very big so you can discover a lot there. I would recommend to rent a bicycle at the entrance of the park, due to it's size you would have to spend almost a day if you want to see everything.
My favourite place to take photos in Dublin. It's an enormous park with lots to offer. There's walkers, runners, drone enthusiasts, families picnicing and even musicians on occasion taking advantage of the landscape just outside the city.
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