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We did view some of the deer, from a distance, and enjoyed the walled garden at the cafe location. Was not able to try a lunch/sandwich from the garden ingredients, because there were 9 tour group busses there at the same time and the cafe...More
This was a bit of a hike from where I was staying but was an excellent place for a morning workout. There is a lovely flower garden at one end of the park. This is not a must tourist destination but is a great place...More
This very large park a short bus ride from the city centre. Over 4km long this park contains the national zoo, the Presidents residence the US ambassadors residenceand a free roaming herd of wild deer to mention just some of its highlights. Bikes can be...More
Phoenix Park is a giant green space in Dublin. it still retains the deer for which it was originally constructed as a hunting park for the aristocracy. It's easy to walk for hours and take in many different aspects of the Park. For those of...More
Probably the best place to go running in Dublin. I live close by, so am probably biased although there is usually minimal traffic at the weekend with part of the main Chesterfield Avenue closed to traffic.
The tour to the residence of the President of...More
A very large group of parks and gardens, with a little bit of history, architecture and politics thrown in for good measure.
Beware public / tour buses are only permitted to stop at one end (near the gardens and the zoo), and you need to...More
After a trip to town this morning, I was heading home from the city through The Park and spotted the deer. We pulled in and sat and watched them. The Park is full of interesting things to do even on a wet day like today....More
Response from Michael B | Reviewed this property |
yes there are designated football pitches, they are in a part of the park known as the fifteen acres, but if you would just like a kick around with your son and a few friends anywhere in the park is ok. just make sure you... More
yes there are designated football pitches, they are in a part of the park known as the fifteen acres, but if you would just like a kick around with your son and a few friends anywhere in the park is ok. just make sure you keep well away from the main road as you would not like the ball to roll into any traffic, safety first, and that won't be a hard thing to achieve since the park has approx 1760 acres, enjoy, Michael.