St. Patrick's Park, Dublin

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  • A lot of history in this church. Interesting walk-through and I like reading all of the inscriptions on the walls for those that are no longer living. You likely will spend less than one hour there bu...  more »
  • Nice old church surrounded by a quiet green space located just down the street from the Guinness Storehouse. Good place to relax and people watch for a couple of hours after strolling around the dirty...  more »
  • I didn't actually go in to the cathedral but spent time around the grounds and it was nice. There was a big line and no price posted but heard someone say it was 6.50 who walked out. We saw a lot of c...  more »
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  • I didn't actually go in but spent time around the grounds and it was nice. There was a big line and no price posted but heard someone say it was 6.50 who walked out. We saw a lot of churches so decided to skip going in but hang out in the park beside. It was really nice with great flowers. You can get some some good shots of the cathedral as well.
  • Nice busy park beside the cathedral, lie on the grass with a picnic or play with your dog. Cafe has closed but there is usually an ice cream van there
  • Very pretty, clean and tidy. Well kept grounds. A pleasure to sit and relax in.
  • My girlfriend wanted to go to St. Patrick's Cathedral, but I didn't want to pay the six euros so I waited in the park. It was lovely, and the staff there were actually very helpful to the tourists, which was unexpected.
  • Grand spot for soaking up the sun (when it appears) and watching the tourists come & go. Seems to be a popular place for people to being their dog on a walk as well.