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St. Stephen's Green

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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” (1,137 reviews)
“grafton street” (677 reviews)
“feed the ducks” (296 reviews)
at the top end of Grafton St, Dublin 2, Ireland
South City Centre
+353 1 475 7816
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Reviewed yesterday

If you need a little time away from the urban crush, St. Steven's is a great place to be. After negotiating my way through the crowds and noise of Grafton Street, the entry into the Green was like a refreshing dip into a pool. From...More

Thank Craig B
Reviewed yesterday

OK, I'll admit I don't actually know whether this park is located in the geographical midst of the city, but I can say all the streets surrounding it are busy. This green space is peaceful, with people sitting around on benches enjoying the serene landscape;...More

Thank heartimes
Reviewed yesterday

I have visited St Stephen's Green every year I have visited in Dublin. Great park, great location and very quiet once inside. You wouldn't even know you were in the middle of Dublin steps from Grafton Street and Temple Bar area.

Thank KP2828
Reviewed yesterday

Green, shady, winding paths through gardens and ponds. Beautiful park for families and couples to stroll in a clean and natural setting. Adjacent streets lined with higher end shops and nice restaurants. Sit outside for a coffee or a pint and people watch.

Thank capeboat
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A lovely walk from our hotel through to the centre. A beautiful Park with splendid statues and a very calming atmosphere

Thank benchz
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This public park is a short walk from my hotel and ideal to take a quiet stroll. This rectangular park is small and bounded by streets and close to Dublin’s main shopping centre - Grafton Street. St. Stephen’s Green is a park that became one...More

Thank Earlray60
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Quite lovely park to go on a stroll through. Relaxing, not to noisy, and peaceful. I would recommend checking this park out.

Thank Parzival33
Reviewed 2 days ago

We enjoyed walking around this park with its flowers, ponds and birds. There were also postings of the historical events that happened here, primarily the Easter Uprising. It is near the City Center.

Thank juls1345
Reviewed 2 days ago

beautiful park tranquil .join in the Tai Chi every morning its for every one no fee .large Duck pond and beautiful flowers ,Get away from the multitude of shops and relax in the Park which was once the front garden of Iveagh House the Guinness...More

Thank redjim57
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Just go and relax!! Take a salad and lay on the grass (in summer ;) ) or just walk among the park. Lot of water, ducks... Incredible! Then go to Saint Stephens Green shopping centre, it’s just at the entrance of the park.

Thank Erasto H
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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.