Killiney Hill and Dalkey Hill form part of Killiney Hill Park, a small public park overlooking both Dalkey and Killiney villages.

The Park was dedicated to public use in 1887 by Prince Albert Victor of Wales, in memory of Queen Victoria's Jubilee, and called Victoria Hill.

Killiney Hill is a popular destination for walkers and hikers availing of the spectacular views, over the surrounding areas: Dublin to the northwest, the Irish Sea and the mountains of Wales (on a clear day) to the east and southeast, and Bray Head and the Wicklow Mountains to the south.



Parking- Tea Rooms - Playgrounds - Extensive walking paths and woodland trails - Spectacular views of Dublin Bay and Dublin/Wicklow mountains - Picnic areas - Rockclimbing at Dalkey Quarry

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Killiney Hill Park, Killiney Hill Road, County Dublin Main Entrance via Car Park at Burton Road. Pedestrian Entrances: Ardburgh Road, Killiney Hill Road, Torca Road, Victoria Road/Killiney Hill Junction.


no. 59 (From Dún Laoghaire) no. 8 (From Dublin + 10 minute walk) - see Dublin Bus website for further details


From Dún Laoghaire follow R119 to Killiney Hill. From Bray follow the R761 Dublin Road. Continue onto R119 via Shankill, Shanganagh Road and onto Killiney Hill Road.


15 minute walk from Dalkey Dart Station

25 minute walk from Killiney Dart Station