Here under DSI - day 3, you will find travel information for that day, with practical information including the opening hours and addresses of the different attractions.
Day 1 -
Phoenix Park - Dublin Zoo
Dublin's Writers Museum
Discover Phoenix Park, bigger than Central Park, New York. Its 1,730 acres make it one of the world's largest city Park. It offers ornamental gardens, nature trails, and broad expanses of grassland, separated by avenues of trees, including oak, beech, pine, chestnut, and lime. Livestock graze peacefully on pasture lands, deer roam the forested areas, and horses romp on polo fields.
Experience Dublin Zoo, one of the oldest in the world. Established in 1830, the 30 acres park
has been very well maintained and developed to become an pleasant and fascinating place.
Visit Dublin's Writers Museum, a tribute to the many Irish literary talents, which paints their portraits through books, letters and personal items.
Night in Dublin.
- Wellington Monument: 63m-high obelisk
- People's garden
- Papal Cross where Pope John Paul II preached to 1.25 million people in 1979.
- Phoenix monument
- Glen Pond
Tel: 677 1425
Entrance fees: € 11 (adult), € 7 (child)
9.30am - 6 pm Monday to Saturday
10.30 am - 6 pm Sunday, from May to September
9.30am - 4 pm Monday to Friday
10.30am - 5 pm Sunday, from October to April
Dublin Writers Museum
Tel: 872 2077
18 North Parnell Sq
Entrance fees: € 6
10am - 5pm Monday to Saturday
11am - 5pm Sunday
10am - 6pm from June to August
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