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St. Stephen's Green

#6 of 531 things to do in Dublin Features Animals
at the top end of Grafton St, Dublin 2, Ireland
+353 1 475 7816
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Beautiful urban park immortalized in James Joyce's "Ulysses."
  • Excellent60%
  • Very good32%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“beautiful park” (1,087 reviews)
“grafton street” (653 reviews)
“feed the ducks” (281 reviews)
at the top end of Grafton St, Dublin 2, Ireland
South City Centre
+353 1 475 7816
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Reviewed yesterday

St. Stephen's Green is a very pretty park at the end of Grafton St. It's a peaceful haven away from the crowds of Grafton St.

Thank ilymom
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Quite an oasis of calm in a bustling city, just a few minutes from the shopping haven of Grafton Street, it could well be called the people's park. Favourite spot for an outdoor lunch picnic.

Thank Isaac B
Reviewed yesterday

We visited this park several times, so enjoyable and beautiful. Best time to visit is morning for quiet - afternoons are crowded.

Thank DatsMyStrutt
Reviewed yesterday

Right at the end of Grafton Street (a pedestrian shopping blv) this green space was very welcome for a short break. We grabbed some ice cream and found a bit of shade and people watched for almost 45 minutes. really well maintained park that was...More

Thank H4rm0ny
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

What a lovely spot in the middle of the city. We had a picnic lunch albeit tormented by giant gulls so if you don't like birds it's not for you. But peaceful and pretty

Thank Michele H
Reviewed yesterday

This beautiful park is a great place to get away from the busy shopping streets of Dublin and also a significant location for events during the 1916 rising. A must see park when visiting Dublin.

Thank Sandyretriever
Reviewed yesterday

There are a lot of college kids around but it is a beautiful little stroll with swans around and art sculptures as well.

Thank spacecaseinout
Reviewed 2 days ago

Once you enter; you have no idea that its hustle and bustle right outside St Stephens Green! Huge park with alot of history behind it. Loved it

Thank JoandraC
Reviewed 2 days ago

This beautiful park is located in the middle of downtown. I recommended if you wanna relax a little bit from the noisy, busy streets of Dublin. Worth a visit as it is lovely to stroll through its trees, plants and fountains.

Thank Rosa R
Reviewed 2 days ago

Enjoyable oasis in middle of Dublin. Play area for children, lots of lawn for picnicking, sunbathing, benches for reading, relaxing.

Thank Elizabeth C
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30 June 2017|
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Response from Gooseberry1 | Reviewed this property |
yes...but must be kept on leash
8 October 2016|
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Response from Rahul A | Reviewed this property |
We would most likely have a chilly, wet day. So you must bring the gear for such weather.