Ireland’s best known Victorian public park. Re-opened by Lord Ardilaun in 1880 for the citizens of Dublin. It can be access from top of Grafton Street, in the centre of Dublin.
St Stephens Green public park has a cobbled access point, which can be quite frustrating for people in wheelchairs and other mobility assistant aids. Once inside the park, the rest of the pathways are tarmac, so have a smooth surface throughout.
The pathways are fully accessible to everyone and there is nowhere in the park that it out of bounds for anyone who has a disability, that others can access. There are also access way points onto the grass, to allow people to sit out and relax.
On my travels, I did not spot any public toilets though, so that may cause problems for some.