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This park is built around a church that was created as an homage to St. Kevin's compound at the Monastic City at Glendalough, Co. Wicklow. If you are lucky the park will be open and you'll be able to investigate the ruins.
I don't know where the pictures are from that were posted here, but the St. Kevin's Park on Camden is a tiny park that used to be a cemetery. They moved the bodies, but many of the old tombstones remain. There is also St. Kevin's...More
St. Kevin's Park is worth the drive from Dublin. The drive to the park is beautiful. You'll experience more of the true Ireland landscapes. The Abbey ruins, tower and still active cemetery is a place you could study for hours. The walk around the lake...More
I am unsure if words can capture this experience. You are on ancient grounds yet history is still being made here. From monasteries to graves to churches, you have a feast of stories. Bring a jacket as it is an outside activity. The weather was...More