St. Stephen's Green Vacations
To feel the real pulse of Dublin, pull on some comfortable shoes and explore nearby areas such as Temple Bar, Dublin, and Ringsend.
You’ll find plenty of unique museums, exhibits and venues in and around St. Stephen's Green. Browse the interactive and traditional museums and exhibit spaces the National Museum of Natural History, the Book of Kells and Button Factory. Enjoy seeing local and touring artists strut their stuff at the Abbey Theatre, the Gaiety Theatre and Vicar Street. There are plenty of interesting art galleries to visit including the Irish Museum of Modern Art, the Hugh Lane Municipal Gallery of Modern Art and the Chester Beatty Library and Gallery of Oriental Art.
If the weather is good get into the great outdoors and enjoy the nearby parks and reserves. When the sun is out, explore Herbert Park, Ringsend Park and the Sean Moore Park, a place where families can spend time outdoors.
Those with some time to spare in Dublin should go and see The Spire, the Iveagh Gardens and the Garden of Remembrance. Learn about Dublin’s past at Dublin Castle. Whatever your faith, you'll appreciate the peaceful atmosphere at St. Stephen's Green’s holy places like the St. Michan's Church, the St. Audeon's Church and the John's Lane Augustinian Church.
Go to Powerscourt Townhouse, the Jervis Shopping Center and the Swan Shopping Centre to get in some retail therapy.
There are some fun options for those travelling without children including the Old Jameson Distillery.
Sports fans who are into rugby union or soccer will love iconic Aviva Stadium, the home of local favorites the Ireland national rugby union team and the popular Republic of Ireland national football team. After the game, follow the stream of local sports fans to a nearby pub for a post-match beer ot two.
Finding somewhere handy to unpack your bags within the St. Stephen's Green area is simple. Take your pick from the Best Western Plus Academy Plaza Hotel, the Croke Park Hotel, or the Gresham Hotel.