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The Iveagh Gardens
Iveagh Gardens

4.6/5
5 Reviews
Garden
Recommended sightseeing time: 1-2 hours
Address: Clonmell St. | (Off Harcourt St.), Dublin 2, Ireland
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Phone: 353-1-605-7700

What travelers say:

The best kept secret of calmness in Dublin city centre. Relax and unwind in this gorgeous park as the city bustles behind you.

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  • YnaSky88
    YnaSky88
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    Absolute must when in Dublin

    Garden might be small but it was brilliant. The only reason why it's not an excellent is that water cascades/fountains weren't working which dimmed my hope a bit for this place. I still enjoyed a walk...

    Reviewed on /Date(1628403953000+0800)/
  • juliaUtr
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    Amazing

    I was surprised, but it's like the wood inside the city center. The air quality is perfect. Definitely, I will visit again.

    Reviewed on /Date(1609729905000+0800)/
  • rusmir_rieger
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    Hidden gem

    Located just few steps away from Stephens Green, Iveagh Gardens is well known park mostly by Dubliners. Hidden in Harcourt street, but very easy approachable from the main street side. Great for outdo...

    Reviewed on /Date(1605250798000+0800)/
  • Bozeman-Dublin
    Bozeman-Dublin
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    Beautiful Peaceful Gardens

    A bit of a hidden gem for me this, a really beautiful park right in the heart of the city. I entered through the back gate of the Museum of Literature Ireland and really enjoyed its tranquility. It ...

    Reviewed on /Date(1597987089000+0800)/
  • HeleenS106
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    A nice little green spot in the middle of the sity

    To walk through or sit on the benches and watch birds or squirrels, there are a lot of squirrels. I sat there and ate my lunch and imagined how beautiful it must be in spring and summer, when the rose...

    Reviewed on /Date(1572568715000+0800)/

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Introduction

This park is not very well known even to Dubliners, but those who discover it are invariably delighted. The 30-acre plot located just behind the National Concert Hall, was laid out in the year 1863 by Benjamin Guinness. It contains manicured gardens and wilderness areas, archery grounds, a maze, rockeries and roosteries.
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