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Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre Regular Business Hours
What time does the Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre Open and close?
Store hours may vary
Holiday hours of Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
The hours of operation change during the holiday season. The majority of the stores will adjust their hours of operation during the holidays. The observed holidays include:
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- Seating Areas
If you ever get tired on your feet, there are many comfortable seating areas within Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre. Take a break and watch the world go by.
- Baby Changing
Our baby changing facilities are located on the top floor of the centre and are free and easy to use.
- Baby Feeding
A trip to Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre is for all the family, as well as catering to all your culinary needs, we also ensure the little ones are taken care of too.
Lifts are located on all floors of Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre, offering you the ease of access you’ve come to expect from Dublin’s top shopping centre.
- Disabled Facilities
Our disabled facilities are second to none, providing you with easy access to our stores, restaurants, parking and services.
- Toilet Facilities
Cleaned hourly, our fully attended toilets are located on the top floor. Easily accessible, our toilets are located close to all floor access points.
- Postal Services
A Post box is located on the ground floor close to the entrance of Dunnes Stores. Post is collected twice daily.
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About Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre
Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre is a large indoor shopping centre at the top of Grafton Street in Dublin, Ireland. It is named after St. Stephen’s Green, a city park situated across the road from its main entrance. Its street address is St. Stephen’s Green West.
The site of the shopping centre was assembled over 15 years by the Slazenger family, beginning in 1966. In total, more than 150 individual property owners were bought out over that period. Most of the buildings were Georgian, and these were left to fall into disrepair and ruin as plans for an extensive redevelopment of the site as an office block and shopping centre totaling almost half-a-million square feet were drawn up.