St Anne’s Rose Festival, Raheny - 14th & 15th July

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St Anne’s Park, Raheny

The annual Rose Festival is a fantastic free day out for all the family.

The festival is held in the beautiful surroundings of St Anne’s Park with its Rose Garden and scenic walks, and is a mix of music, market stalls, food vendors, and special treats such as living history displays, falconry and much more. There are lots of child friendly attractions on site to keep the younger members of the family happy.

The annual Rose Festival returns to St Anne’s Park in Raheny on the weekend of the 14th and 15th of July. The festival is a mix of live music from traditional to bluegrass, Arts and Crafts stalls, plant sales and hot and cold food vendors. Also included are lots of activities for the younger visitors with displays of Living History, the Big Bear Planetarium, Wooly Wards Farm and our own Play Development team.

Other attractions and activities include the Biodiversity Hub where you can learn through fun about all things wild, The big Dig archaeology workshops, and free horse and carriage rides around the Rose Garden. Add the beautiful surroundings of St Anne’s and you have a unique and special festival weekend.

The festival will be open from 9.00am to 6.00pm daily.

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