The Rose Festival

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The Rose Festival

St. Anne's Park, Saturday 14th July - Sunday 15th July 2018

Dublin City Council invites you to come along and join in the fun at the annual St. Anne’s Park Rose Festival which takes place on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th July, 2018 from 10.00am to 6.00pm each day.

St. Anne’s Park is one of the jewels of Dublin’s northside where the public can enjoy woodland walks, recreational facilities and, of course, the beautiful Rose Garden. We invite everyone to come along over the weekend and enjoy a great day of family fun in this beautiful setting.

Some of the attractions on offer are horse and carriage rides, a living history exhibition, the Big Bear Planetarium, live music, and lots more.

For those who want a day in the sun there will be a good assortment of trade stands and treats and of course our Farmers Market will be in full swing over the weekend also.

For all our gardening visitors we will have plant sellers, nurseries, garden centres, florists, and our Biodiversity Hub will inform you and keep you updated on all environmental issues affecting the UNESCO Biosphere for which St. Anne’s plays an important role.

Don’t miss the chance to spend a weekend during the summer enjoying the atmosphere,

Admission to the Rose Festival is free. Car parking is available within the park for a small fee.

Click here for map and information


Date:
Saturday 14th July - Sunday 15th July 2018
Time:
10.00am
Price:
Free
Address:
St Anne's Park, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of St Anne's Park, Dublin, Ireland

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