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The Phoenix Park is home to nearly 500 Fallow Deer who roam freely throughout the grounds. The present day herd is descended from deer brought into the park in 1662.

 

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The gardens in the Phoenix Park Visitors’ Centre are buzzing with the sound of bees! Listen to the Phoenix Park Bee Keepers discuss their award winning honey.

 

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The Furry Glen is a conservation area located in the south-west corner of the Phoenix Park, near Knockmaroon Gate.

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Farmleigh’s walled garden is a feast for the senses. Dating back to the early 19th Century, the gardens are home to a beautiful array of flowers and plants.

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The gardens were originally established in 1840 as the Promenade Grounds.  They provide an opportunity for visitors to view Victorian horticulture at its finest.  

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The Citadel Pond was formed in the remains of a moat, which once enclosed a large, star-shaped fort. The fort was removed in the 19th Century, but the hollow remained as a water feature.

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