Phoenix Park

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  • Address: Dublin 8, Ireland, Dublin 8
  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +353-18205800
  • Fax: +1-018205584
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Hotel, Park, Zoo, Walking Area, Monument, Restaurant, Entertainment, Leisure, Family And Kids, Lake, Nature, Landmarks, Parks, Urban Parks

Phoenix Park - Review

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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TripHobo Highlights for Phoenix Park

  • Phoenix Park Address: Dublin 8, Ireland, Dublin 8
  • Phoenix Park Contact Number: +353-18205800
  • Phoenix Park Timing: 24-hrs
  • Phoenix Park Price: Free
  • Best time to visit Phoenix Park(preferred time): 11:00 am - 04:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Phoenix Park: 04:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting Phoenix Park

  • 51.33% of people who visit Dublin include Phoenix Park in their plan

  • 25.24% of people start their Phoenix Park visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Phoenix Park

Monday, Saturday and Sunday

94.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Phoenix Park

People normally club together Kilmainham Gaol and Dublin Zoo while planning their visit to Phoenix Park.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Phoenix Park Trips

Phoenix Park, Dublin Reviews

  • It is a huge park, nice green environment in the city. It is possible to drive in (and drive through) and leave the car in the car park and go for a walk. It is also possible to rent a bike at the entrance of the park and go cycling. There is a bit of a wild life also in here. You can meet with loads of deer herds. They are not afraid of humans so you can take really nice and cool photos with them. The other wild life is in the zoo (also located in the Phoenix park). It is not allowed to make fire in the park. Also not allowed to litter. Please respect that and use the bins provided. Bare in mind this is the biggest park in Dublin city and there are no security guards looking after you and/or your vehicle, personal belongings, kid(s), etc. There are park rangers, but they have other duties. I would advise everyone to leave the park by sunset. Because in the dark, during the night it is a dangerous place. Some sections of the park are closed during the night. But during the day it is a perfect location for a family day out.

  • What amazing amenity to have so close to city centre. Stretches from west side of Dublin city centre out to the suburbs. The local residents are so lucky to have this on their doorstep. The main avenue is home to Dublin Zoo, the President of Ireland and his neighbour, the American ambassador. The avenue is tree lined with two pathways on both sides of the road, a footpath and a cycle path. There's always walkers, runners and cyclists using the paths. One of my favorite places in Ireland.

  • Dublin's best kept secret. This is where Santa keeps his spare reindeer. Visit Dublin zoo . The people's garden and the president s house Saturday only and you can not book it. Turn up about 9am have a coffee join the Q and at by 10:15 you should have a ticket they go fast but a must for this guided tour. Find the connection with the Whitehorse in Washington and the many stories about Ireland s early years. History at its best.

  • Great place to stroll, jog or relax a stones throw from the city centre. Take a ball and some friends for a quick game on one of the pitches or let kids admire the many deer pottering in the woods. There are a couple of cafe tea rooms too. It's a safe place for some me time with a book or hire a bike for a spin. The zoo; the US ambassador residence and the Irish president's residence are also here. What more could you want?

  • Lovely place for a drive or a stroll. Pity about the drone ban. I believe you can do riding treks through it. Loads of deer around to see and some are tame enough to feed. Be careful of them when driving though. Stop by the back garden of the presidents house for a nose over the wall too, it's all very pretty. Over all a nice park on the outskirts of dublin city. Be careful at night though

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