St. Stephen's Green is an oasis in the middle of the city. Designed by William Sheppard, the hugely expansive park clocks in at 22 acres, providing a space to breathe away from it all. After you've decimated your wallet walking through the nearby Grafton Street shopping hub, grab some lunch and a good read and picnic out here. If you enjoyed the lush grass, fountains, and statues withing, be sure to pay some thanks with a pint of Guinness- it was the famous brewing family's money which made this park available and free to the general public in 1880.
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