Herbert Park

Named after Sidney Herbert (1810-1861) this 32 acre park was the site for the 1907 Dublin International Trades Exhibition. Its band stand and pond - built to house a “Canadian Waterchute” - are the only remnants from that time. The park's lush expanse can be found between Donnybrook and Ballsbridge villages and also includes a great playground, sports fields, tennis courts, pavilion, bowling green and croquet lawn. There are many walks around the park which is divided in two by a lovely tree lined road. Ducks, seagulls and swans abound at the pond, so bring loads of bread.

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Open Mon-Fri 08:00, Sat & Sun 10:00. Closed at dusk. 

Address:

Ballsbridge, D4

Phone:

(+353)(0)1 668 4364

www:

http://www.dublincity.ie/RECREATIONANDCULTURE/DUBLINCITYPARKS/VISITAPARK/Pages/HerbertPark.aspx
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