What We Do
Dublin City Council manages over 120 parks and green spaces of various sizes across the city.
These parks provide recreational, cultural, environmental and social benefits to Dublin city. They feature playgrounds, sports facilities, art and nature trails, seomra tae (tearooms) and play host to many local and national festivals and events throughout the year.
The Office of Public Works (OPW) is responsible for a number of parks in the city including St. Stephen's Green, The Phoenix Park, Iveagh Gardens, National Botanic Gardens and the Irish National War Memorial Gardens. For more information on these parks visit the OPW website.
Visit a Dublin city park
To find your local park or search by facility go to Visit a Park.
To find out how to book pitches, or other sports facilities in Dublin city parks T. 01 222 5278 or E. [email protected]
Some parks have spaces available to rent for classes, meetings, exhibitions and other types of events:
To book The Hive in Herbert Park T. 01 222 5278 or E. [email protected]
To book space in the The Red Stables, St. Anne's Park T. 01 222 5278 or E. [email protected]
To apply to host an activity, event or take photos or film in a Dublin City park visit our 'Applications for Activities' page where you can find information on how to apply and fees.
Dublin city parks play host to lots of events and festivals, from parkruns and markets, to 'Opera in the Open' and The Rose Festival. Visit our 'Events' page to see the upcoming events listings.