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A lovely spot to be one with nature in the heart of the city! Full review →
St Stephen’s Green is one of the most beautiful parks in Dublin. Take a stroll along the pathways, lazing on the grass if it's sunny or taking cover under one of the Victorian shelters if... Full review →
Flower gardens, formal lawns, a Victorian bandstand, and an ornamental lake all within the park's borders. Full review →Among the park's many statues are a memorial to W. B. Yeats and another to Joyce by Henry Moore.
This lovely urban park is filled with public art, and there always seems to be something new and imaginative. Full review →A garden of scented plants for blind visitors.
Though it’s not the largest park in Dublin, St. Stephen’s Green is still a sizable piece of greenery in the heart of Dublin. Tired of walking, sightseeing, or shopping in the neighboring... Full review →
The buildings around the square date mainly from the mid-18th century, when the green was landscaped and became the centrepiece of Georgian Dublin. Full review →
This green space... took on its present appearance when the brewer Arthur Guiness transformed it into a public garden. Full review →Has a garden for the blind