St. Stephen's Green



If the weather is good Stephen's Green is a truly lovely park to while away an hour or two perusing. It is Ireland's best-known public park and was reopened to the public in 1880 by Lord Ardilaun. Maintained in the original Victorian style the park boasts over 3.5km of pathways along with impressive foliage, shrubbery and sculptures including a bust of James Joyce, a memorial for William Butler Yeats and a seated Lord Ardilaun facing the Royal College of Surgeons.

 

The Green also plays host to many concerts and outdoor cultural events during the summer months and guided tours are available on request. This is the perfect respite from the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street and you'll be sure to find the people of Dublin enjoying and ice cream or stretched out reading a book on the spacious lawns.



Nightlife

Henry Grattan (The)
Howl at the Moon
Searson's of Baggot Street
Baggot Inn (The)
O'Donoghue's
O'Dwyer's
Beggar's Bush (The)
Slane Castle
Bellamy's
Canaletto's
Jury's Irish Cabaret
Lobby Lounge
Doheny and Nesbitt
Oil Can Harry's
Kitty O'Shea's
Paddy Flaherty's
Aviva Stadium (The)
Toner's
ICE

Attractions

National Museum (Archaeology)
Viking SplashTours
National Museum (Archaeology)
Lansdowne Road Stadium
National Print Museum
St Stephen's Green
Slane Castle
Newman University Church
Martyn Evans Sports
Oddbins
RHA Gallagher Gallery
Merrion Square Open Air Art Gallery

Restaurants

Brownes Brasserie
L'Ecrivain
Langkawi
Canaletto's
Henry Grattan (The)
O'Donoghue's
ICE
Marrakesh
Seasons Restaurant At Four Seasons Hotel Dublin
Bella Cuba
Lobby Lounge
Jury's Coffee Dock

Hotels

Raglan Lodge Guesthouse
Aberdeen Lodge Guesthouse
Merrion Hall Guesthouse
Anglesea Town House
Ariel House
Mount Herbert
Northbrook Hotel
Berkeley Court
Northumberland Lodge Guesthouse
Jury's Hotel Dublin
Bewley's Aparthotel
Lansdowne Manor Guesthouse
Georgian House Hotel
Waterloo Lodge

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