If you’re a first timer in this market, be sure to bring cash with you beforehand – but if you do find yourself without cash the nearest ATM you’ll find is about 5-10 minutes walk from the park and is located at the Dun Laoghaire Shopping Centre.
The market holds stalls with a range of vendors from booksellers, paint artists, innovative gadgets, Teas of sorts, cheese, meat and fish.
There are a few steps you could take to maximise your joy of time in Dun Laoghaire Market on People’s Park.
1.Take your time, walk around and get inspired by the cool things on offer from the stalls. people are very creative and I’ve always found myself buying something in Dun Laoghaire that was of use for me later.
2.The stalls have quite a lot of hearty food for sale, from Asian cousin to middle eastern falafels. You’ll find the best spuds on earth with a delightful gravy! just look for the stall of “The Goode Life Company” and the Pig sign.
3. Grab your food and sit down on the grass, have a blast with your friends for a chat. This is one of the friendliest markets – you’re bound to meet new people and make NEW friends.
4. Looking for dessert? No worries, right outside the park stands the best Ice cream in Ireland – Teddy’s Ice Cream is known as the nicest ice cream you could have here in Dublin.
5. After all this food, the best thing you can do is go for a stroll on the Dun Laoghaire pier. The view is incredibly relaxing and you’ll find more food stalls in case you missed on Teddy’s earlier or want to enjoy some Fish & Chips.
What is your favourite part of the People’s Park in Dun Laoghaire Market? let us know!