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A small but well maintained and clean cemetery. Located behind the museum (Collins barracks).
Do take the time to visit here and pay respect to the 14 men / leaders of the 1916 rising who are buried here. A fitting memorial with the Irish proclamation...More
We visited this cemetery to see the graves of the Easter Uprising victims. One of these brave men is our ancestor and we were very moved to find his grave and be able to spend a quiet moment here with him. The grounds are beautiful...More
Having visited Kilmainham Gaol we decided to go along to Arbour Hill, the burial site of the leaders of the 1916 Rebellion. This is a beautiful, peaceful site; you wouldn't think it's in the middle of Dublin! It was a great end to the Kilmainham...More
The burial place of the executed leaders of the Easter Rising was a must visit for me. Hi On the day of our visit the only other person present was a grounds keeper watering the grass of the mass grave.
To see the names of...More
I entirely agree about the dogs ! The owners are NOT showing any respect, it just seems to be the only patch of green in the local terraced housing estate and hence used as a dogs toilet despite the signs......
A wonderful and peaceful place. Another reviewer mentioned dogs ruining the experience but we all found the opposite — there’s something deeply moving about people walking their dogs and children playing in this place. It’s wonderful that it’s being visited so much by the local...More