St Endas Park
St. Enda's Park, Grange Road, Rathfarnham, Dublin 14
St Enda's Park is one of the most charming parks of Dublin situated in Rathfarnham. It is quiet, tranquil and it offers beautiful walking tracks among its old trees. Toddlers and younger kids will love the riverside walks, the waterfall, the walled garden and the hidden and mysterious ruins scattered in the park. Behind the refurbished building of the former school founded by Padraig Pearse, which serves as a museum at present http://dublinfox.com/show/culture/Pearse%20Museum,%20St%20Endas%20Park.html there is a lovely cafe selling delicious treats and excellent tea and coffee. Opposite this tea room, there is a tiny nature discovery room with a few toys, stuffed animals and a fish tank. From spring 2017 on Saturdays at 12 you can join a great and free historical tour of the St. Enda's Park Follies.
How to get there: Bus: 16, 116, 161
Entry is free