St. Stephen’s Green is Ireland's best known park. The Victorian public park which lies at the top of Grafton Street was enclosed in 1664.
The 9 hectare (22 acre) park was laid out in its present form in 1880. Landscaped with flowerbeds, trees, a fountain and a lake, the green is dotted with memorials to eminent Dubliners. The 1887 bandstand is still the focal point for free daytime concerts in summer. There's no doubt that St. Stephen's Green is a must-see when visiting Dublin, especially if visiting with children. Whatever the season, 'The Green', as it is often called, consistently demonstrates the truly magnificant beauty of nature
Although the park doesn't have any internal coffee shop or restaurant, there are several to choose from around it's exteriors. St. Stephen's Green is an ideal place to go to for a stroll and a cup of coffee, either solo or with friends. As it's located at the top of Grafton Street, it's an ideal place to rest after a day's shopping.
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday: 07:30; Sunday & Bank Holidays: 09:30
Closing Times: According to daylight hours
Christmas Day Opening Hours: 10:00-13.00
The Camden Court Hotel is a 5-10 minute walk from St. Stephen's Green. The hotel boasts a central location with all the unexpected amenities:
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