Eamonn Ceannt Park
Lovely park with an array of activities throughout the year including; Athletics Band Performances Basketball Court Floral Schemes Leisure Walks Pavillion Playground Sports Fields
Eamonn Ceannt Park is named after one of the executed leaders of the 1916 Rising. It is located between Sundrive Road and Clogher Road, in Dublin City. Extending to 17 hectares, the park was developed in the 1960's and includes mature trees, an athletic track, velodrome, playing fields, tennis…
Lovely park for a walk, jog, game of something. Frequented by lots of dogs and their owners.
“Delicious meals and desserts. NOTE** Bring your own wine/alcohol to have with your meal. Glasses provided, no corkage fee.”
“48E Sundrive Road, Kimmage, Dublin 12. Beautiful local coffee shop with homemade scones and jam and all things sweet. ”
“Take away retaurant, high quality thai food. I work for this company and cannot get enough of the food!!”
“Meath street is one of the oldest shopping streets in dublin, known for Liberty market on the weekend. During the week there is a great hustle and bustle of stalls, people coming and going and the locals. I highly recommend buying your fruit and veg and meat from one of the many local businesses here.”