Address: Sandymount, Dublin 4.
Category: Georgian and other squares
Enquiries: (01)222 5278
- Family Fun Days and Community Events
- Floral Schemes/Tree Planting
This small, triangular space of about 0.3 hectares is located in the heart of Sandymount and dates from the early 1800's when it was first railed-in and laid out as a local green. The horsechestnut trees around the perimeter were planted in the 1800's by the Corbett family and the green was taken over in the 1960's by Dublin Corporation as a public park. A bust of Nobel Prize Winner W.B. Yeats, who was born at No. 5 Sandymount Avenue, is a feature of the Green.
Sandymount Green Conservation Study
As part of Dublin City Council’s consultation project for the study on the Green, Fergal McNamara of Howley Hayes Conservation Architects made a presentation of their draft proposals at a public meeting in Scoil Mhuire, Sandymount on the 26th November 2014
For more information
Parks & Landscapes Services Division
Block 4, Ground Floor,
Enquiries: (01) 222 5278