We saw the Celtic cross that marks the spot where Pope Saint John Paul II did mass and stopped by the park garden and museum.
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Went there for a picnic (the picnic tables aren't easy to find, they're in the western part of the park), saw some deers, that was pretty cool.
This is a massive park. The two others and I saw the small slice of the park by the zoo and the Wellington Monument. This is a beautiful park with room to relax, sun bathe, or to play a game of pick up whatever.
This is a stunning city park with lots of attractions for all ages. The trees and plants here are amazing. Highly recommended for a natural day out.
Our hotel was 2 blocks from the park and the front desk recommended we take a walk to see the flowers etc. So glad we did as the area was beautiful with plants, ponds and flowers and statues. On the day we were there we...More
What an awesome green space right in the city! Lots of room to play, relax, or just "be". Choose an open space or a tree filled space, it is all gorgeous. Perfect for pic nics.
We hardly scratch the surface of this park. It's a huge place and we only saw a small part of this. It's a massive park so you do need some time to explore. It's a great place to just hangout for the afternoon and family-friendly.
This was a wonderful way to spend time. We grabbed a bit at a coffee shop which also sold organic local produce and enjoyed the gardens. Beautiful and relaxing.
We only saw a small part of the park as apparently it is huge. However, what we saw was beautiful and well maintained. In particular, we went to the zoo in the park and to a lovely little café opposite the zoo.
We walked from Kilmainham Gaol to the park on a very hot day. Lovely but lengthy walk through neighborhoods, so when we saw the obelisk we were relieved and ready for some shade and a chance to sit down on the lawn. No such luck....More