St Annes Guided Walk
The gardens of St Anne's became renowned throughout Ireland and Britain and were visited by Queen Victoria on her official state visit to Ireland in 1900 .
The construction of follies at St Anne's reflected the trends of the 19th Century when aristocrats returned from their 'Grand Tour of Europe' visiting the ruins of the Continent and desiring to replicate their romantic settings, to illustrate their status, education and wealth.
The survival of the collection of features, is the last remaining example of an Irish demesne landscape in the capital city. The early development of the Park coincided with the Guinness family's sudden rise in profits following Sir Arthur's exporting of his famous stout to England in 1825. The Park symbolised the power and wealth of this family in British and Irish society.
RESERVE YOUR PLACE ON ANY OF THE FOLLOWING
TOURS USING FORM BELOW ;
Every Saturday & Sunday Afternoon Walk @ 2pm
Wednesday 19th @10 am
( Your own date, time and Private Tour with minimum 4 adults)
THE TOUR IS on demand and on specified dates
LEAVING FROM OUTSIDE;
OLIVE ROOM CAFE
THE COURTYARD AT THE RED STABLES.
THE WALK IS GRADED EASY
5KM IN DISTANCE.
(120mins with hot drink)
PRICE INCL. coffee/tea @ olive room IS 12EURO
PLEASE WEAR SUITABLE WALKING SHOES.
Kids go free u16 with adult
Corporates and private parties by arrangement.
The Guided Tour start at
"The Red Stables"
Mount Prospect Avenue, Clontarf.
Car parking /Bike spaces
130 Bus from dublin city stops outside.
PHONE or TEXT
Local 0862 479877
Intl. + 353 862 479877