St Stephen's Greens, Dublin
About St Stephen's Greens, Dublin
St Stephen's Greens, Dublin - Address, Phone Number
Address: St Stephen's Green, Dublin 2, Ireland
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 07:30 am - 06:00 pm Details
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St. Stephen’s Greens is a famous park made for the public in Dublin. It is a huge verdant area with a very attractive fountain at the center. The park is rectangular in shape. It is a perfect place for catching a sunset or hanging out on a date. Calm and serene, it is the perfect place to enjoy the evening breeze. It has many water bodies like tiny ponds and a small lake within, creating a wonderful atmosphere. An important feature of this park can be found in the North West where scented flowers are being grown. There also is an artificial waterfall and the lakes are full of ducks. It is the perfect place to enjoy the beauty of nature.
Interestingly, the place is also a bit of a hub. Most of Dublin’s most important streets surround it. The main shopping markets are also found not far from the park. In the evening you will be able to find several tiny shops selling refreshments near the parl.
The O’Donovan Rossa memorial is an important place to see. The memorial honors Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa who was a revolutionary for Ireland. The three fates statue, made of black stone is also worth seeing. Everyday, a huge number of visitors come to this park to spend some quality time together with loads of fun. The atmosphere is so soothing and pleasing that people cannot help but keep coming back for more.
How To reach St Stephen's Greens by Public Transport
- Paid parking is available.
Restaurants Near St Stephen's Greens
- Kilkenny Cafe and Restaurant – Irish
- Stag's Head – European, Irish
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Great park in the middle of Dublin. Many, many trees and good walking paths. Lots of seats for people and wildlife watching. Several lakes and ponds, with lots of bird life to watch and feed. All thanks to Lord Ardilaun of the Guinness family who created the park, his statue adorns the eastern gateway to the park. Did you know? The rocks around the waterfall at the East side of the park are artificial, made of concrete!
It's nice to walk through on the way to work. Unfortunately, one sometimes sees a lot of homeless people congregating there. At night, they hide in the bushes until the gates have been locked. If I had kids, I would say it's a place to avoid - due to the risk of needles lying around. Apart from that, it's a very pleasant park with some attractive, big, old trees.
Beautiful park in the morning! I had a delightful experience feeding the pigeons with a gentleman that looks after them. Lovely creatures, despite of what we usually think of them. They were very clean and friendly. The gentleman also raises donations to give to charity 😀
Great park in the center of Dublin. Go there if you want to get away of the busy city life, and take a moment of rest. Enjoy the kind of weird combination of swans, ducks, pigeons and seagulls all living alongside each other (mostly) peacefully. Nice way to spend a lost hour or two.
Lovely park in the middle of the city. There is also a kids play park and a pond I believe that you can take the kids to feed the swan. I came to this park to escape the midweek hustle and bustle. Plenty of benches but wish there was more under cover to escape from the rain. You can find anywhere to get a touch of tranquility and a nice spot to read read. The park is well kept.
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