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~THE GREAT OUTDOORS~

 PLACES IN DUBLIN YOU MUST VISIT!

DUBLIN'S NORTHSIDE

St Anne's Park,  Clontarf & Raheny

St Anne's Park is located 20 min drive north of Dublin city. The park is 240 acers in size and is open to the public. There are 35 playing pitches, par 3 golf course, playground and woodland.

 

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Malahide Castle & Village

Malahide Castle Parkland is 260 acres in size and is 35 mins drive north of Dublin City. The estate once belonged to the Talbot family but now is now owned by Irish state.  

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Ardgillian Castle and Demesne

Large, 18th century country house/castle set in the rolling open gardens and parkland with amazing sea views. Located in the Skerries area and a 40 min drive from Dublin city center.

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Howth Harbour, Castle & Cliffs

Howth is an Irish village on the Howth Peninsula east of central Dublin and 30 mins drive from the city center. Panorama views, cliff walks, historical ruins and also a 15th century castle.

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Newbridge House & Farm

This beautiful Georgian mansion is located 40 mins drive north of Dublin in the Donabate area.

There is 370 acres of open parkland plus, sporting pitches and a children's playground.

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Botanical Gardens, Glasnevin

The National Botanic gardens are located  3km north of Dublin city center. They are an oasis of calm and beauty. The gardens contain plants species and cultivars from all over the world

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