Saint Stephen's Green is the perfect spot to relax and regroup when spending sometime among the hustle and bustle of Dublin City Centre. If you've ever been to New York's Central Park, Stephen's Green should feel rather familiar - as the former inspired latter. One could easily stroll through the park and just enjoy the year-round greenery, but there is so much more to see. The Caretaker's Cottage is positivity picturesque. Make a wish at the fountain of the Three Fates. Snap a picture of the bust of Constance Markievicz - both a Sinn Féin leader and the first woman elected to the British House of Commons (though she never took the seat).
One of the most unique features of the park can be found in north west corner where a garden for the blind is filled with scented plants labelled in Braille and able to withstand handling.