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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 via mobile

It was nice to get off the bustling city centre streets and into a more tranquil green area and St Stephens is ideally located in that respect but as far as major city centre parks goes I have to say it's fairly average when compared...More

Thank Robswindon69
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

St Stephen's Green is a lovely green Oasis in the city. There are plenty of spots to picnic or enjoy a chat with friends. On a fine day there are many people from local offices enjoying their lunch so it can be a bit busier...More

Thank Carol A
Reviewed yesterday

Really lovely spot right in the middle of Dublin. You can feed the ducks and the pigeons or just walk around the gardens that are beautifully kept. You will also see spotted around the Green various sculptures of famous Irish men and women.

Thank Katherine K
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

It is an excellent run away for the workforce during weekdays The nature is preserved very well I hope more patch like this were is the metropolis around Europe

Thank Αγγελινα Μ
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Lovely place to take a break from the bricks and mortar. Always people catching up with each other while enjoying the park

Thank Brian L
Reviewed yesterday

I recommend a few quiet minutes here. From displays around. you will also learn a bit more about Ireland's 20th century history

Thank BritExperienced
Reviewed yesterday

it's a landmark of dublin, and has some history... but there's really nothing to see, except some mediocre gardens/pond, and a few statues.

Thank KidsOnTheRoad
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great way to spend a lazy Sunday afternoon. Especially nice to relax on the lawns on a sunny summer day. Kids loved feeding the swans and ducks.

Thank Happyoutandin
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Really nice green spot in the city, easy access and lots of things to see from the flowers and the pond to commemorative statues. Only bad point would be the fact that if you want to eat there you have to be prepared to attract...More

Thank Charlotte D
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

So beautiful and a wonderful way to relax between tours on a sunny summer day. Great place for a picnic and there is a great French Patisserie called Voila a couple of blocks away on Baggot st to pick up sandwiches or pastries.

Thank mmcallahan
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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.