St Stephens Green in Dublin
St Stephens Green in Dublin

St Stephens Green in Dublin

Are you looking for a break from the hustle and bustle of city centre life? Well then, make sure to visit St Stephens Green on your next day out in Dublin! This fantastic park is an example of Victorian Dublin, with many monuments and structures standing as a testament to the amazing history of the park and area. With important historical figures being associated with the park, including Countess Markievcz and Arthur Guinness.

Where can I find St Stephens Green in Dublin?

The park is located at the top of Grafton Street, which is the cities central shopping district. The area can be reached, via a short walk from Trinity College, or by the Luas.

The park has a number of amenities around it, including the massive St Stephens Green Shopping Centre and the local Luas line just outside the front gate. There are also children’s playgrounds and a sensory garden for the visually impaired. The park is also fascinating, for the local birdwatchers, botanists and nature lovers. With many species of birds, plants and animals calling the park home. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your next day off in the capital and visit the famous St Stephens Green in Dublin City Centre!

  • Free admission.
  • Central location.
  • Cafes, Bars and Restaurants nearby.
  • Excellent Public transport routes.

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