Archbishop Ryan Park

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56 Aungier Street, Dublin, Ireland
(01) 661 2369

Archbishop Ryan Park Dublin Reviews

Vipin Vipin
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Smart park Oct 01, 2010
Located in a very smart part of Dublin, Archbishop Ryan Park is a nice green retreat away from the city hustle and bustle. The park contains a statue of Oscar Wilde as he lived at number 1 Merrion Square. Yeats also lived at number 82, so the park vicinity is full of literary connections.

The park was named after the Archbishop who gave ownership of the land to the city. Nowadays, it is free for all to enjoy and has a large set of grounds and some quirky sculptures. I wasn’t much of a fan of these sculptures, but at least they grab your attention!

If you are nearby, the chances are that you are just here to see where Oscar Wilde lived. After taking a look there, pop across the road and take a quick look at this wonderful park too.
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