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All reviews beautiful park grafton street feed the ducks busy city flower beds pretty park green space sunny day beautiful flowers city centre lovely walk walk around easter rising trinity college stroll benches birds
When visiting Dublin make it a point of visiting St. Stephen's Green. This park is beautifully maintained. A leisurely walk by the lakeside, or maybe sit and listen to
the odd performance on the bandstand.
Don't forget the picnic basket! The weather was beautiful, I...More
Lots of geese, ducks, swans, birds, flower beds, water features, band stands, benches, trees, attractions and statues. A lovely visit if you can make it and it leads right to the shopping precinct. Possibly one of the highlights of the trip for me!
When I travel I love to learn the history. St Stephens was perfect for this as there are informative signs all over the park about the 1916 Rising. Also it is a lovely park to just walk around on a beautiful day.
We visited here on a Sunday afternoon was busy with people and had a nice atmosphere nice wee place to chill at and watch the world go by. Easy to walk to with lots of benches and small structures to see.
On a beautiful February day on our first visit to Dublin we were delighted to find this park.
The atmosphere was great with so many people taking advantage of the mild weather.
Kids loved the ponds and the play area.
Hoping to return...More
Our hotel was right on the corner of St Stephen’s so we really enjoyed the walk through the park as we walked to the main tourist attractions throughout our time in Dublin.
Pretty place just to wander and take a few minutes to enjoy the...More