St. Stephens Green Overview
Sprawling over 22 acres, St. Stephens Green is one of the beautiful parks in Dublin where you can admire nature at its finest. One of the best places to visit in Dublin, it was re-opened by Lord Ardilaun in 1880 and maintained by the Office of Public Works. Laid out in the original Victorian layout, it has about 750 trees with extensive flower beds. The park is a breathtaking sight to capture as it is replete with colors from early spring to late autumn. The park has pathways for the tourists that are spread over a length of 3.5 km. To everyone’s delight there is a waterfall and Pulham rock work to catch your attention.

Other sights worth watching out at St. Stephen’s Green include an ornamental lake and fifteen commemorative sculptures spread throughout the garden. Children will love here spending time in the playground or near the fountain. If you are here during the summer days, you can also enjoy many free outdoor concerts that are hosted at the park sometimes.

Location: St Stephen's Green, Dublin, Ireland

Timing:  Monday – Saturday: 7.30am – dusk. Sunday and bank holidays: 9.30am – dusk

Highlights: Nature, photography, kids park etc. 
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