Dublin’s Secret Garden
For stunning scenery and a beautiful day out, Iveagh Gardens is an amazing tourist attraction. Designed in 1865, Iveagh Gardens is among the finest and most impressive parks and gardens in Dublin. Iveagh Gardens is more popularly known as ‘Dublin’s Secret Garden’ and located in Dublin city centre near the National Concert Hall. Much to visitors delight, admission to this beautiful attraction is free. The average length of a leisurely Iveagh Gardens visit is 1 hour.
It opens Monday-Saturday 8am – 6pm, Sunday and Bank Holidays 10am- 6pm.
Hotel Near Iveagh Gardens
Clayton Hotel Ballsbridge is just under 7km from Iveagh Gardens. It can also be accessed by local public transport routes with under 30 minutes travel time. Visitors can get the 46A bus which stops on Lower Leeson Street Avenue, just several minutes from Iveagh Gardens. The Luas Green Line (St. Stephen’s Green) also stops very close to the gardens, if visitors wish to take this instead after their visit and avoid the traffic.
Close by the Iveagh Gardens is the National Library of Ireland, St. Stephen’s Green Park, the Huguenot Cemetery and Trinity College.
For enquiries, please feel free to phone the reception team on +353 1 668 1111, who are always happy to help.
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