One of the great public works of Ireland, Iveagh Gardens originated as the private lawns and gardens of some of Dublin's wealthiest citizens from the 1600s to the 1800s. The gardens are open year-round even on holidays, and admission is always free.
There are a variety of features to explore including a hedge maze, archery grounds, rosarium, rockeries and a collection of different fountains. The gardens are surprisingly low-traffic for something so lovely, and make for a nice escape from the crowds of the city when the weather is fair.
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