The largest of Dublin’s main Georgian Squares

St. Stephen’s Green is Ireland’s best-known Victorian Public Park and is adjacent to one of Dublin’s main shopping streets, Grafton Street. Covering 9 hectares the park has been maintained in the original Victorian layout, centred on a formal garden with plants providing spectacular colour from early spring to late Autumn.

Over 3.5km of pathways are accessible for all users. A large lake fed by an artificial waterfall is home to ducks and other water fowl.

One of the more unusual aspects of the park is a garden for the blind with scented plants, which can withstand handling and are labelled in Braille.

A number of sculptures are located throughout the garden. There is also a children’s playground and a bandstand where lunchtime concerts are performed during the summer.

  • 3.5km of pathways
  • Garden for the blind
  • Children’s playground and bandstand
Open Year Round

Opening Times:

Gardens open: Monday to Saturday 07.30
Sunday and Bank Holidays 09.30

Gardens close according to daylight hours

Gardens open Christmas Day 09.30 to 12.30

Useful Information

Parking: City Centre on-street pay & display
St. Stephen’s Green multi-storey carpark


Getting There

Dublin City Centre, at the top of Grafton Street

Map Location: 53.340037, -6.260384
Contact St. Stephen’s Green

Dublin 2, Ireland

Eircode: D02 X309
T: +353 (0) 1 475 7816
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