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St. Stephen's Green Dublin 18.7 mi away
#1 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
St Stephens Green Dublin is an oasis in the city a little peace and quiet after the hustle and bustle of Grafton Street just pop in to the Green and enjoy the beautiful park Relaxing and revitalizing.
The locals and visitors to Dublin both can and do enjoy this peaceful beautiful park with fountains, ponds, trees, flowers, little bridges, etc. Oh, it is great to think back on my lovely visits to this park.
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The Paddocks Riding Centre Dublin 18.3 mi away
#2 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Wicklow Mountains National Park Glendalough Village
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Glendalough Village
Great trails, views and facilities.. you can walk around within the great scenery , wild animals , lakes and historic ruins.. Excellent attractions for nature lovers !
One is spoiled for choice between a combination of historic memorabilia, fantastic scenery, nature walks in the forests, babbling brooks, boulder strewn mountain rivers, quaint little craft shops, traditional iris...
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National Botanic Gardens Dublin 19.1 mi away
#3 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Be one with nature as you sit and absorb the fantastic surroundings, there is a lovely sensory garden, a meadow, a pond, a rose garden, a lovely orchard and beautiful walks.
There is a bike park for free, then enjoy every kind of plants including begonvilles, huge palm trees, tropical plant rools, olive trees, simply everything!
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The Wicklow Way Wicklow
#1 of 10 Nature & Parks in Wicklow
This well marked trail takes you into the heart of the Wicklow Mountains National Park, from windswept peaks with 360 views stretching out to the Irish Sea, to quaint and friendly towns, and everything in between.
The first strenuous leg, rising up from Marley Park takes you right into the Dublin mountains, then the easier but picturesque next section crosses from Dublin into Wicklow with the sea and South Dublin in view.
Wallaby Woods Donadea Kildare 9.4 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Kildare
It's perfect for any nature lover of any age and there's plenty to see from tarantulas to turkeys, snakes to swans and of course a wallaby or 2! The albino wallaby is worth spending the time looking out for with h...
We then took a trip to the barbecue area had lunch and spent ages in the excellent playground before exploring the park and all its fabulous inhabitants (exotic birds, different breeds of goats, pigs, rabbits and...
Dublin Mountains Dublin 17.9 mi away
#4 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
If you like the nature, need to go Dublin mountains, are awesome, a lot of things to do, a lot of walking and trekking spots, try to get your best clothes, because the weather are so could, a lot of rain
You can also visit in a park Glendalough Upper Lake which is a fantastic lake to see if you can hike 1.4 km at a decent pace.
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Bray Head Bray
#1 of 5 Nature & Parks in Bray
Awesome nature, great photo spots, extensive walks for lovers of walking.
Bray Head is visible from miles away as there is the huge cross right at the top! Park in the car park at the base, or walk to the base from the end of the promenade.
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#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Ashford
You can just relax and enjoy the nature so I would definitely recommend the visit.
The entrance plaza holds cafes and shops as well as a decent car park.
Killiney Hill Killiney 23.3 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Killiney
Stunning park land well worth exploring some steep steps in places but the view at the top is well worth the climb up.
very accessible, lovely coffee shop, stunning views, great place for a Sunday out, lot of visitors enjoying the beauty of nature.
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St. Anne's Park, Dublin Dublin 23.5 mi away
#5 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
This large park expanse to the north of Dublin, has everything a park walker could ever want, nooks and crannies, woods, rose gardens, ponds, model racing track, playgrounds, lovely walks, great for fitness, the l...
Such an amazing Park and so well kept Park runs every Saturday morning and the fantastic market Dog Park too in a closed section Fabulous cafe for a sit down and cake Brilliant tree sculpture
Phoenix Park Dublin 16.5 mi away
#6 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Amazing park the heart of Dublin and Dublin Zoo Fab for a walk around with small kids, on your own etc, Visiters center has a lovely playground for the little ones and a coffee shop for the grown ups :)
Phoenix Park offers the opportunity to easily escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to indulge whichever outdoor pursuits that interest, from cycling, rambling, model aircraft flying,to visiting the Dublin Zoo...
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#2 of 5 Nature & Parks in Bray
Beautiful and amazing views from the Cliff walk from Bray to Greystones are spectacular.You can admire sea from the cliffs and all the nature around.
The views and scenery on this walk are exceptional and it is a relatively easy walk and close to public transport and car parks.
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Irish National Stud & Gardens Tully 11.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Tully
There is also a great park for kids and a lovely garden where the fairies live (great for kids), and lots of walking so perfect for wearing them out.
The garden layout and the Path of life as depicted in the Japenese Gardens is worthy of a visit , the beauty of nature and simplicity of plants used, combined with the effect of the flow of water has a powerful im...
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in Enniskerry
... terraces.. Combine all this with the lovely flower gardens, pools and fountains, along with the most wonderful ageless trees from all over the world...it is truly a place to appreciate the greatness of nature!
The place is perfect for a quiet walk or equally ideal for a visit with the family providing ample space for kids to play in the park like setting.
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Farmleigh House and Estate Dublin 15.8 mi away
#7 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
On a sunny day, a stroll through Phoenix Park is the best feeling ever We decided to go visit Farmleigh House and the farmers market The Farmers Market on the grounds of the house was fabulous, freshly produced fo...
We went for a coffee and cakes in the beautiful Boathouse Café after the tour, and everything was delicious and very good value, and we finished with a lovely walk around the gardens and the park itself, even mana...
Lullymore Heritage and Discovery Park Rathangan 11.6 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Rathangan
There are lots of things to keep a 6-year old entertained from the fairy quest, nature walks, fun train, pet farm, outdoor childrens' park, crazy golf, indoor soft play area, historical houses from Ireland's past,...
Little train around park. Little petting fsrm with friendly goats, miniature horse, pigs etc. Beautiful gardens and brilliant walkway s, interactive displays and traditional cottage to visit.
Victor's Way Roundwood
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Roundwood
Larger than life sculptures in bronze, sculptures in granite and the actual bright blue eyed Victor make visiting this park an extraordinary experience.My favorite three - lying on the forest recliner, observing t...
You are getting an opportunity to walk in the woods to find different statues and explore the Victor's Way, Indian Sculpture Park.
War Memorial Gardens Dublin 16.9 mi away
#8 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Whether strolling by the Liffey , feeding the ducks or watching the rowers, picnicking on the grassy banks or visiting the Lutyens designed rose gardens and war memorial, this park is a haven of calmness and tranq...
There are many fine parks in Dublin (Stephen's Green, Merrion Square, Iveagh Gardens, Herbert Park, St Anne's Park) but this is such an oasis of peace and calm (at least on a beautiful weekday morning) and very ea...
Dublin Zoo Dublin 17.3 mi away
#9 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Just a brilliant day out, the weather was perfect and the zoo is a big park with animals ,a really beautiful setting, with a lovely restaurant......excellent.
I thought Dublin Zoo was a really fantastic zoo located in the beautiful Phoenix Park, easy to get around and very spacious enclosures for their animals, and a wide variety of species.
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Brittas Bay Wicklow
#2 of 10 Nature & Parks in Wicklow
Nice sandy beach .. We had to park the car in the car parking and then walk towards the beach .. Parking coat 4 euro .. Beach was good .. A walk along the beach was heavenly
There was a small walk from the car park to the beach, and getting onto the beach was a little tricky as I have mobility issues but it was well worth it for the lovely views.
Garden of Remembrance Dublin 18.9 mi away
#10 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
This is a wonderful memorial park in Dublin to those who died in the struggle for Irish independence.
Quiet and peaceful park near the centre of Dublin city.
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Emo Court County Laois 23.4 mi away
#2 of 6 Nature & Parks in County Laois
Emo Court is lovely, beautiful, it has everything you need for a nice relaxing walk: The view The nature The heritage The peace and quiet.
The park is huge and I spent almost 2 hours just walking and enjoying the lake and mature trees around.
Tayto Park Ashbourne 23.1 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Ashbourne
This place has a lot to offer.. Huge park Great zoo Train ride Roller coaster Rides Great gift shops Great restaurants Dinasaur and ice village brilliant Splash play Zip line Climbing walls 5d cinema Mini tayto to...
'' Tayto Park is Amazing '' I loved going to Tayto Park in 2011 with my teacher Holly and my classmates and our helper Alison and my art teacher Amanda and her class and my English helper Linda .
Iveagh Gardens Dublin 18.3 mi away
#13 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
Filled with trees, roses, flowers, walkways, statues and a fountain, Iveagh Gardens is nature at it's finest - the perfect secret garden.
There's an elaborate water-fall like fountain (when on), as well as a curious statue of a famous opera singer with his mouth agape, but above all, its a serenely gorgeous park in the middle of Dublin.
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Blessington
Tom is very passionate about the animals he keeps, that is obvious, but he also has a passion for educating the public about their importance in nature, preservation, and the impact falconry has had in cultures ac...
Up close with Nature
#10 of 41 Nature & Parks in County Wicklow
Lovely arboratory/park with beautifull flowers and fantastic deli café
Free entry and a safe car park was also a bonus.
#3 of 5 Nature & Parks in Bray
Beautiful park and gardens
Coolmine Equestrian Centre Dublin 9.0 mi away
#14 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
River Liffey Dublin 19.2 mi away
#16 of 70 Nature & Parks in Dublin
From the Guinness to the statues along the dockland to its many bridges to its use in songs...its permanence is in contrast to the evolving nature of Dublin.
For me, the nicest parts of the River Liffey are around the docklands and the War Memorial Park up near the Phoenix Park.
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