Vibrant and amenity rich

Where a rich cultural and literary history meets nature and the best of community living

With Wilton Park and the canal on our doorstop, this neighbourhood already offers some incredible natural places to enjoy. It’s also an opportunity to open up the area for the community to celebrate the area’s unique heritage.

Enjoy neighbourhood life in the city

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.

Parks and outdoor space

The neighbourhood will offer places to rest and relax, and to enjoy the best of nature. The Victorian park will be restored to its historic layout with new seating and landscaping, as well as a renovated fountain, while improved cycle and pedestrian paths will allow for better access to the nearby Grand Canal. Mary Lavin Place, which will be the new cultural and social centre of Wilton Park, will feature a water feature with more than 160 individually controlled jets, providing a playful interactive space for visitors.

Eating and dining

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.

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As we shape new places through the fabric of Dublin, we want to knit in spaces where a chance encounter may spark a conversation. Who knows when such things can lead to something utterly new?

Niall Gaffney Chief Executive, IPUT

Art and design

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. Close by will be the community bookshop, which celebrates the area’s literary past and will also be a flexible, not-for-profit community space for events. Wilton Park Studios will continue to provide studio space for local artists, in partnership with the RHA Gallery, while two new sculptures will be created for the area by leading Irish artists.

Bringing the best of neighbourhood life to the city

Places to get together with family and friends whatever the occasion.

Powerscourt Centre

Chic shopping mall offering apparel stores, art galleries & dining in an 18th-century mansion.

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Royal Hibernian Way

Unassuming and tucked away just off Dawson Street, its layout makes it quaint and accessible.

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Stephens Green

Offering all the services you would expect from a premium quality shopping centre.

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Baggot Street

Baggot Street runs from Merrion Row to the northwestern end of Pembroke Road. It crosses the Grand Canal near Haddington Road.

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Grafton Street

Grafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre.

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The Little Museum of Dublin

The Little Museum of Dublin is a people's museum of Dublin, situated at 15 St. Stephens Green, Dublin, Ireland.

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Aviva Stadium

Aviva Stadium prides itself on being a unique world class international stadium.

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The Mansion House

The Mansion House Dawson Street, Dublin, has been the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin since 1715.

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National Concert Hall

The National Concert Hall is a national cultural institution and the designated home of music in Ireland.

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Board Gais Energy Theatre

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is a performing arts venue, located in the Docklands of Dublin, Ireland.

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National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland is the Republic of Ireland's national library located in Dublin, in a building designed by Thomas Newenham Deane.

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National Museum of Ireland

The National Museum of Ireland collects and preserves objects relating to the history and culture of Ireland.

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National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland houses the national collection of Irish and European art.

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Wilton Park Studios

In partnership with the Royal Hibernian Academy, IPUT began a new Artist in Residence Programme at Wilton Park Studios, Dublin 2.

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MoLI

Discover Ireland’s rich literary heritage from past to present here in the historic UCD Newman House on St Stephen’s Green in the heart of Dublin.

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RHA

The Royal Hibernian Academy is an artist-based and artist-oriented institution in Ireland, founded in Dublin in 1823.

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Ely Wine Bar

Simply prepared but unwaveringly fresh and seasonal local food served with choice of 400 wines.

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M O'Briens

M O'Briens Bar And Lounge enjoys an ideal location on Leeson Street Bridge in the heart of Dublin city centre.

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Doheny & Nesbitt

A landmark and social insitution for politicians, journalist And experts in fine food and drink alike.

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Perch Coffee

Perch is a new independent coffee shop situated in the landmark building that has long been known as The Kiosk, just off Leeson St Bridge.

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Coffee 2 Go

Coffee 2 Go is an independently owned café and espresso bar

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Coffeeangel

Brewing delicious coffee in Dublin since 2004.

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Canal Bank Café

Casual space for freshly sourced Irish ingredients used on an internationally influenced menu.

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Toners

Long-established, traditional pub with a dark wooden bar, picture-framed snug and popular beer yard.

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The 51 Bar

Spacious, modern pub offering big-screen sport, plus an international menu and a carvery on Sundays.

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The Waterloo

Buzzy venue with striking decor and a vaulted ceiling, with locally sourced, gastropub-style menu.

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Searsons

A historic Dublin pub forever known as a meeting point for business networking and most certainly the place to be on match days.

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Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is a two Michelin star restaurant in Dublin city centre beside the 5 star Merrion Hotel.

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The Little Kitchen

The Little Kitchen promises a warm welcome and sanctuary where you will be served the very best in contemporary Irish/European Food.

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Dax Restaurant

Dax Restaurant offers unrivalled levels of elegant dining and fine French cuisine in Dublin’s historic Georgian quarter.

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Asador

Irish seafood and meats grilled over charcoal in sleek, upscale eatery with theatrical open kitchen.

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Forest Avenue

Forest Avenue is a neighbourhood dining room and Green Grocers. Run by passionate husband and wife team John and Sandy Wyer.

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Etto

Clean white walls and wooden tables adorn this casual eatery serving seasonal, locally sourced fare.

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Roly's Bistro

Simply conceived dishes rely on quality of ingredients at this bustling fixture with set menus.

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Suesey Street

Upmarket restaurant with wines and cocktails, refined, contemporary dishes, and a heated terrace.

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Bloom Brasserie

Stylish & intimate restaurant and wine bar with menu of refined contemporary dishes, plus cocktails.

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Eathos

Eathos – pronounced 'ethos' – is a café, eatery and patisserie that offers thoughtful, wholesome food that makes you happy!

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La Peniche

La Peniche is a beautifully restored classic cargo barge moored between locks C4 and C5 on Dublin’s Historic Grand Canal.

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Milano

Buzzing Italian restaurant with classic and modern pizza options, plus kids' pizza parties.

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Saba

Saba (meaning happy meeting place) is a Thai and Vietnamese eatery and cocktail bar.

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Matt the Thresher

Matt the Thresher is a bright stylish seafood restaurant with a fully licenced bar located in the city centre, within the heart of Georgian Dublin.

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F.X.Buckley

Pembroke Street is the original F.X. Buckley Steakhouse, and has been a fixture in this part of Dublin since we opened our doors in 1987.

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Shopping

Powerscourt Centre

Chic shopping mall offering apparel stores, art galleries & dining in an 18th-century mansion.
Shopping

Royal Hibernian Way

Unassuming and tucked away just off Dawson Street, its layout makes it quaint and accessible.
Shopping

Stephens Green

Offering all the services you would expect from a premium quality shopping centre.
Shopping

Baggot Street

Baggot Street runs from Merrion Row to the northwestern end of Pembroke Road. It crosses the Grand Canal near Haddington Road.
Shopping

Grafton Street

Grafton Street is one of the two principal shopping streets in Dublin city centre.
Culture

The Little Museum of Dublin

The Little Museum of Dublin is a people's museum of Dublin, situated at 15 St. Stephens Green, Dublin, Ireland.
Culture

Aviva Stadium

Aviva Stadium prides itself on being a unique world class international stadium.
Culture

The Mansion House

The Mansion House Dawson Street, Dublin, has been the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Dublin since 1715.
Culture

National Concert Hall

The National Concert Hall is a national cultural institution and the designated home of music in Ireland.
Culture

Board Gais Energy Theatre

The Bord Gáis Energy Theatre is a performing arts venue, located in the Docklands of Dublin, Ireland.
Culture

National Library of Ireland

The National Library of Ireland is the Republic of Ireland's national library located in Dublin, in a building designed by Thomas Newenham Deane.
Culture

National Museum of Ireland

The National Museum of Ireland collects and preserves objects relating to the history and culture of Ireland.
Culture

National Gallery of Ireland

The National Gallery of Ireland houses the national collection of Irish and European art.
Culture

Wilton Park Studios

In partnership with the Royal Hibernian Academy, IPUT began a new Artist in Residence Programme at Wilton Park Studios, Dublin 2.
Culture

MoLI

Discover Ireland’s rich literary heritage from past to present here in the historic UCD Newman House on St Stephen’s Green in the heart of Dublin.
Culture

RHA

The Royal Hibernian Academy is an artist-based and artist-oriented institution in Ireland, founded in Dublin in 1823.
Drink

Ely Wine Bar

Simply prepared but unwaveringly fresh and seasonal local food served with choice of 400 wines.
Drink

M O'Briens

M O'Briens Bar And Lounge enjoys an ideal location on Leeson Street Bridge in the heart of Dublin city centre.
Drink

Doheny & Nesbitt

A landmark and social insitution for politicians, journalist And experts in fine food and drink alike.
Drink

Perch Coffee

Perch is a new independent coffee shop situated in the landmark building that has long been known as The Kiosk, just off Leeson St Bridge.
Drink

Coffee 2 Go

Coffee 2 Go is an independently owned café and espresso bar
Drink

Coffeeangel

Brewing delicious coffee in Dublin since 2004.
Drink

Canal Bank Café

Casual space for freshly sourced Irish ingredients used on an internationally influenced menu.
Drink

Toners

Long-established, traditional pub with a dark wooden bar, picture-framed snug and popular beer yard.
Drink

The 51 Bar

Spacious, modern pub offering big-screen sport, plus an international menu and a carvery on Sundays.
Drink

The Waterloo

Buzzy venue with striking decor and a vaulted ceiling, with locally sourced, gastropub-style menu.
Drink

Searsons

A historic Dublin pub forever known as a meeting point for business networking and most certainly the place to be on match days.
Food

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud

Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is a two Michelin star restaurant in Dublin city centre beside the 5 star Merrion Hotel.
Food

The Little Kitchen

The Little Kitchen promises a warm welcome and sanctuary where you will be served the very best in contemporary Irish/European Food.
Food

Dax Restaurant

Dax Restaurant offers unrivalled levels of elegant dining and fine French cuisine in Dublin’s historic Georgian quarter.
Food

Asador

Irish seafood and meats grilled over charcoal in sleek, upscale eatery with theatrical open kitchen.
Food

Forest Avenue

Forest Avenue is a neighbourhood dining room and Green Grocers. Run by passionate husband and wife team John and Sandy Wyer.
Food

Etto

Clean white walls and wooden tables adorn this casual eatery serving seasonal, locally sourced fare.
Food

Roly's Bistro

Simply conceived dishes rely on quality of ingredients at this bustling fixture with set menus.
Food

Suesey Street

Upmarket restaurant with wines and cocktails, refined, contemporary dishes, and a heated terrace.
Food

Bloom Brasserie

Stylish & intimate restaurant and wine bar with menu of refined contemporary dishes, plus cocktails.
Food

Eathos

Eathos – pronounced 'ethos' – is a café, eatery and patisserie that offers thoughtful, wholesome food that makes you happy!
Food

La Peniche

La Peniche is a beautifully restored classic cargo barge moored between locks C4 and C5 on Dublin’s Historic Grand Canal.
Food

Milano

Buzzing Italian restaurant with classic and modern pizza options, plus kids' pizza parties.
Food

Saba

Saba (meaning happy meeting place) is a Thai and Vietnamese eatery and cocktail bar.
Food

Matt the Thresher

Matt the Thresher is a bright stylish seafood restaurant with a fully licenced bar located in the city centre, within the heart of Georgian Dublin.
Food

F.X.Buckley

Pembroke Street is the original F.X. Buckley Steakhouse, and has been a fixture in this part of Dublin since we opened our doors in 1987.