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At Wilton Park, we’re making sure the local community has everything it needs for neighbourhood living. This is not just about convenience. We want to encourage those who work and live in the neighbourhood to stay local and enjoy what this thriving part of the city has to offer: nature and outdoor space, places to meet and socialise, and a chance to enjoy the area’s rich cultural history.
The park will be closed until spring 2024 while we complete restoration works that have been approved by Dublin City Council. The works include restoration of the original fountain to full working order as well as the renewal of the lawns to include drainage, improved soil quality, and re-seeding. The layout of the park remains the same with paths re-constructed to avoid winter flooding. New seating will be included along the paths to complement the overall restoration of the park. A wide variety of plants will be added to the shaded areas around the edge of the park bringing all year-round interest and improving the biodiversity of the area.
We want Wilton Park to be a positive resource for the community. We have successfully hosted Bark in the Park in partnership with the DSPCA for our four-legged friends and their owners and we also teamed up with local yoga studio, Reformation for some outdoor Saturday morning stretching. We are planning more events of this nature when the park reopens so follow us on Instagram to stay up to date.
Wilton Park will be rich with new places to linger, meet, and socialise. A foodhall will bring exciting new independent food operators for lunch, dinner and evening entertainment, while a contemporary restaurant and artisan deli and bakery will offer indoor and outdoor dining spaces. More casual options will also be on hand with the juice bar at the gym, or the resident barista for takeaway coffee in the park.
Wilton Park will be a place to continue the neighbourhood’s rich creative history. At its centre will be Mary Lavin Place, the first public place in Dublin to be named after an Irish female writer. Wilton Park Studios will continue to provide studio space for local artists, in partnership with the RHA Gallery.
Places to get together with family and friends whatever the occasion.