1863 – Garda Officers’ Club, Phoenix Park, Dublin
This distinguished building in the Phoenix Park Headquarters of the Garda Siochana formerly the Officers’ Mess and now the Garda Officers’
1861 – Wellington Monument, Phoenix Park, Dublin
Built to commemorate the victories of the ‘Iron Duke’ Arthur Wellesley, Duke of Wellington, who was born in Dublin,
1842 – Garda Headquarters, Phoenix Park, Dublin
In 1836 the old County or Provincial Constabulary forces of Ireland were merged in a new centralised Constabulary of Ireland.
1840 – Islandbridge Gate Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin
Another fine gatelodge to the park, complete with ornate metal revolving pedestrian gate by J. &
1833 – Chapelizod Gate Lodge, Phoenix Park, Dublin
Possibly the finest building in the park, the wonderful example of a classically designed residence was built on an axis with the Hibernian Military School (St Mary’s Hospital) in 1836.
1811 – Main Entrance, Phoenix Park, Dublin
Gatelodge at the main entrance to the park at Parkgate Street.
1786 – Irish Army Headquarters, Phoenix Park, Dublin
A building often overlooked by visitors to the park, the Army Headquarters was built by James Gandon as the Royal Military Infirmary.
1776 – American Ambassador’s Residence, Phoenix Park, Dublin
Sited near the centre at the park, just off Chesterfield Avenue and close to àras an Uachtaráin is the residence of the ambassador of the United States of America to Ireland.
1771 – Royal Hibernian Military School Chapel, Phoenix Park, Dublin
Built as the chapel for the Royal Hibernian Military School, this wonderful little building is now in the grounds of St Mary’s Hospital of which the original buildings of the School are now part.