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I visit St. Stephen’s Green regularly. Lovely to see the duck ponds, watch children play and have a gentle walk. Some nice sculptures - my favorite is the one near Leeson Street entrance, presented by the German Government in acknowledgement of the German children taken...More
Have a wander and enjoy the park, or take a tour. If you are in town on a Saturday then take the tour of the Little Museum of Dublin with add-on walking tour of St. Stephen's Green, it's wonderful, brings the history of the park...More
Centrally located, St. Stephen's Green is the perfect place to take a stroll, have a picnic, or meander about and take in the scenery. It's safe, lush, centrally located and surrounded by shop and restaurants - a fine way to spend a leisurely afternoon.
This is a nice bit of greenery in the middle of the city. A nice place to jog, take a leisurely stroll or to find a bench to eat your lunch. There's lots of little plaques that tell you more about the park so you...More
This happy accident happened while we waited for the next tour at the Little Museum of Dublin. Located right beside this lovely park, we decided to take a stroll. What a great way to catch your breath when trying to take in Dublin. Filled with...More
One of a few green oasis's in Dublin city. It also witnessed a fantastic story in the battle between the republicans and the British. There is a trail around the park with over 20 information boards highlighting the battle between the Irish and British. The...More