The Marlay Park CoCo Market is open every Saturday and Sunday and sets up in all weathers. The picturesque Park where the market is held boosts the historic 18th Century Marlay House, 247 acres of glorious parkland with walking and running trails, a playground, a par-3 golf course, a model railway and various sports facilities including tennis courts, football pitches and a cricket ground. A great location for a cheap and fun-filled family day out.
On the other side of the County, the Dún Laoghaire Peoples Park Market is on every Sunday. The People’s Park has been open to the public since 1890 and features great examples of Victorian architecture with the Gate Lodge and the Tea Rooms, a bandstand featuring the original gaslight standards and a playground. The Market, with over 70 vendors, opens at 11am every week. Take a stroll down the pier, and join us in the market for a lunch.
Marlay Park Saturdays & Sundays 10am – 4pm.
An outstanding venue, Marlay Park hosts a wealth of local producers each Saturday. Discerning shoppers arrive early to avail of a broad range of artisan produce, including specialty and ethnic foods.
Craft workers also showcase their goods, adding an interesting dimension to this farmers market. Located behind Marlay House, overlooking the Dublin mountains.
Dun Laoghaire Sundays 11am – 4pm
The People's Park comes alive every Sunday as market vendors bring their colourful collection of food and crafts to this most beautiful park, located on the coast.
This market boasts a very cultural dimension, with Japanese, Croation, Lebanese, Italian, French, Chinese, Indian, Greek, Pakistani, Polish, Palestinian and Czech produce available, not to mention an abundance of Irish merchandise
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