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We went to see Aslan at the Iveagh Gardens, it was by far one of the best venue's I've been too. Great open space, food options, huge bar with tons of fun and friendly bartenders. Lots of bathrooms available so the wait wasn't ridiculous. I...More
An oasis of calm in the centre of the city. Especially now that all the festivals have left the park. Apart from the rose garden it does not have flowers like st Stephen green but it is really quiet and relaxing.
Very tricky to find unless you actively look for it. This garden has everything! A waterfall, a hedge maze, a bunch of flower plantations, some nice mysterious wooded bits, open space with some quiet benches. Lovely place to come and unwind for an hour or...More
this is a small park hidden away right in the heart of dublin 100 yatds up the road from the sw gate of st stevens green park... its used a lot for small events ,, food festival music ect,,, last time their we webt to...More
While only a short distance away from the beautiful but often packed Stephens Garden (on a sunny day, it's hard to find an empty spot on the grass where people are allowed to sit!), Iveagh Gardens is a world away from the crowds. I almost...More
I went to See Aslan at the Iveagh gardens last night ! It was brilliant concert and the event was organised brilliant ! The sound was perfect and the staff were so helpful ! We will be attending more concerts there !
Great venue but they continue to use non-recyclable plastic cups. I was there to watch the Eels and the ground was covered in plastic cups by the end. No doubt these are sent to landfill or end up in the ocean. Why do Irish venues...More