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Great park to walk in there is a 1.8 km loop that is marked out. It's a lush green park with beautiful scenery and a playground for children with multiple pitches and houses the Irish tennis association. Only drawback is it can often be full...More
Yes you heard it here first it is named after Queen Victoria's late husband Albert you remember him he actually brought us the Christmas tree idea from Germany. Vicky and Al perhaps had the greatest love ever, even Anthony and Cleopatra could not compare anyway...More
I have often walked solo in this park as it is fantastic for peace and quiet in the morning times. It is also great for families, schools, educators, keep fit fans as there is an area if you want to use the facilities to work...More
A really well kept park on Dublin's northside, worth a visit anytime of year, lots of open spaces, one of the bigger playgrounds on the north side of the city, Tennis, GAA, football, boules all available, even has a car park, why not give it...More