Deansgrange Cemetery, Dublin

4.6
Deans Grange Cemetery (Irish: Reilig Ghráinseach an Déin; also spelled Deansgrange) is situated in the suburban area of Deansgrange in the Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown part of the former County Dublin, Ireland. Since it first opened in 1865, over 150,000 people have been buried there. It is, together with Glasnevin and Mount Jerome, one of the largest cemeteries in the Dublin area, occupying 70 acres (28 ha).
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Deansgrange Cemetery Reviews

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  • Vast is size and best to drive in if you are visiting a grave at the back. Also has nice tearooms and toilet facilities.  more »
  • My Mother and Father are buried in Deansgrange. I’m a massive cemetery with a number of famous people buried here.  more »
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  • Nice place for a walk, a lot of history among the tombstones. Great little tea rooms worth a visit and never any problem parking. Would love more guidance on plot locations. Anyone got a guide to notable graves?
  • Went there today with my Mother. We wanted to find the grave of her brother and mother. We arrived close to the end of the day and were met by a guy waiting by the gate. He gave good instructions as to where to go. I managed to look up roughly where the headstone was but was struggling. He came over, without me asking, and offered his help to find it. Without his kind hearted help we wouldn’t have found the grave my mum hasn’t seen for over 25 years. Thank-you!

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