Parks & GardensAirfield Farm and Gardens magnificent estate, looking out on the South Dublin Mountains, is open to the public from 10.00am -5.00pm, seven days a week, and bank holidays.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensArdgillan Castle is situated on the elevated coastline between Balbriggan and Skerries and is unique among Dublin’s Regional Parks for the magnificent views it enjoys.Dublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensBlessington Street Basin (Dublin's Secret Garden) at the end of Blessington Street, a 10 minute walk from O'Connell Street, this former city reservoir is now a quiet haven for both visitors and local wildlife.Parks & GardensBushy Park situated mainly in Terenure, it stretches into Rathfarnham.Child Friendly ActivitiesParks & GardensCabinteely House & Park magnificient 18th Century House was built by Robert Nugent, Earl Clare and is now owned by Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council.Parks & GardensCarmel Duignan's Garden Duignan, a gardening writer and former television producer, has created a beautiful garden in the mild, maritime climate of south-east County Dublin.Parks & GardensCarysfort Lodge Gardens Lodge, home of Siobhan and David Dillon is an old-fashioned Regency house in a terrace close to the centre of Blackrock - a bustling suburb of Dublin.Parks & GardensDodder Valley Park on the N81 at Firhouse. Shaped by the Dodder River, this wonderful linear park runs from the Dublin mountains through South Dublin.Parks & GardensDublin Castle Gardens in the style of ancient Celtic jewelery this large grass area lies on the site of the Black Pool or in Irish, Dubh Linn.Parks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Dublin Zoo trip to Dublin would be complete without a visit to its historic and beautiful Zoo.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensFitzwilliam Square Square is a small but historic Georgian square in the south of central Dublin, Ireland. It was the last of the five Georgian squares in Dublin to be built.Dublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Garden of Remembrance by Daithi Hanly and dedicated to the memory of all those who gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom.Dublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Herbert Park Park is named after Sidney Herbert (1810-1861), the father of the Earl of Pembroke who, in 1903, offered the site to Pembroke Urban District Council for development as a public park.Hiking and BikingParks & GardensKilliney Hill and Park park was once part of the estate of Killiney Castle (now Fitzpatrick's Castle Hotel) a prominent residence in the district.Parks & GardensKnockrose is situated 500 feet above sea level nestling on the shoulder of The Scalp, a geological feature formed by the melting waters of a glacier.Parks & GardensMalahide Castle Castle, set on 250 acres of park land in the pretty seaside town of Malahide, was both a fortress and a private home for nearly 800 years and is an interesting mix of architectural styles.Dublin's Historic SitesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensMarlay Park Park is a 300 acre (121 hectares) suburban public park located in Rathfarnham in the administrative area of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, in Co. Dublin, Ireland. Lying about ten kilometres (six miles) from Dublin city centre. The parkland comprises woodlands, ponds and walks. Recreational spaces include a nine hole par three golf course, tennis courts, BMX cycle track, fourteen football pitches, a cricket pitch, children’s playground and a miniature railway run by the Dublin Society of Model and Experimental Engineers. There is also a craft courtyard with home craft shops and coffee shops.Theatres & VenuesParks & GardensMerrion Square elegant Square, adorned by an attractive public park, retains much of its Georgian character.Theatres & VenuesDublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Mountjoy Square Square, one of five Georgian squares in Dublin, Ireland, lies on the north side of the city just under a kilometre from the River LiffeyDublin's Historic SitesParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)National Botanic Gardens National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, were founded by the Royal Dublin Society in 1795.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensNewbridge House and Farm delightful 18th century manor is set on 350 acres of parkland, twelve miles north of the city centre and boasts one of the finest Georgian interiors in Ireland.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensNorth Bull Island 300 hectare island in Dublin Bay formed after the construction of the Bull Wall in the 1820's.Child Friendly ActivitiesParks & GardensPearse Museum former school run by Patriot and Educationalist Patrick Pearse, it is now a museum in beautiful grounds. Attractions include exhibitions, a nature study room with attractive displays on Irish Flora & Fauna and an audio-visual show titled "This Man Kept a School".Child Friendly ActivitiesMuseums & GalleriesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensPeoples Park People's Park is near Dun Laoghaire town centre, between Glasthule and the Seafront. It is approximately 2 hectares in extent.Parks & GardensPhoenix Park Phoenix Park is one of the largest and most magnificent city parks in Europe at 707 hectares. It is an historic landscape of international importance and one of the largest designed landscapes in any European city.Hiking and BikingParks & GardensPhoenix Park Visitor Centre Phoenix Park is one of the largest and most magnificent city parks in Europe.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensRathfarnham Castle Park recent years, this park in the heart of Rathfarnham village has been lovingly restored by the council to its former glory.Child Friendly ActivitiesParks & GardensRathmichael Lodge Gardens Lodge, a charming rambling house, situated between the mountains and the sea, has an enchanting 2.5ha old-world garden. It reflects the characters of Corinne and Richard Hewat and exudes atmosphere, fragrance and colour due, in part, to the over one hundred roses that grow there.Parks & GardensSt Stephen's Green Ireland's best known Victorian public park.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)St. Anne's Park & Rose Gardens Anne's Estate was the former Dublin home of the Guinness Family.Parks & GardensSt. Audoen's Park in 1987, this small park is near Christchurch Cathedral between High Street and Cook Street.Parks & GardensSt. Patrick's Park beautiful park itself is named after the nearby Cathedral of St Patrick and was laid out on the site of some of the worst slums in Dublin, if not in the whole of Northern Europe.Parks & GardensThe Croppies Acre to the Croppy Boys of the 1798 rebellion. It is traditionally believed that the men of '98 were buried here after execution. Situated in front of Collins Barracks.Parks & GardensThe Dillon Garden Dillon is a world-renowned plantswoman, writer, lecturer and broadcaster.Parks & GardensThe Iveagh Gardens Iveagh Gardens are among the finest and least known of Dublin's park and gardens.Child Friendly ActivitiesVisitor AttractionsParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)Tymon Park Playground & Woodland Adventure Trail Park (Willington) Playground and Adventure Trail was opened in June 2005.Child Friendly ActivitiesParks & GardensWar Memorial Gardens War Memorial Gardens cover an area of the southern slopes of the Liffey opposite the Magazine Fort in the Phoenix Park.Visitor AttractionsParks & GardensPoints of Interest (Mobile Only)