Terenure is a residential suburb is located in the province of Leinster and in the county of Dublin. It's Irish name Tír an Iúir means “Land of the yew tree.” It's located south of Harold's Cross and north of Rathfarnham. It also borders the suburbs of Templeogue, Rathgar, Kimmage and Perrystown.

Terenure Cross or Vaughan's Corner was at one time a terminus for the city trams. It was specifically mentioned in James Joyce's Ulysses in Chapter 7, Aeolus. The author James Joyce was born nearby at 41 Brighton Square in Rathgar on 2 February 1882. This suburb has been home to many notable actors, writers and musicians. This area is inspiring and bursting with Irish spirit!

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Terenure is particularly renowned for its impressive array of Edwardian and Victorian architecture. Among the many historic buildings worth exploring is the Terenure College, a striking Gothic Revival structure that dates back to the 19th century. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll around the college's beautifully landscaped grounds, which include an elegant chapel and an extensive rose garden.

Nature enthusiasts will find plenty to enjoy in Terenure, with Bushy Park being one of the area's most popular green spaces. Covering over 20 hectares, the park is home to a variety of flora and fauna, as well as several sporting facilities, including tennis courts, soccer pitches, and a children's playground. The picturesque River Dodder flows through the park, providing a serene backdrop for leisurely walks or peaceful picnics.

The bustling Terenure Village is the suburb's commercial and cultural hub, offering a diverse range of shops, cafes, restaurants, and pubs. Visitors can sample a variety of cuisines in the village's eateries, ranging from traditional Irish fare to more exotic international dishes. Terenure's pubs are also well worth a visit, as they regularly host live music events and offer a warm and welcoming atmosphere.

For those interested in the arts, the Terenure Theatre Company hosts a range of productions throughout the year, showcasing both local and international talent. Additionally, the annual Terenure Village Market provides a unique opportunity for visitors to experience a taste of Irish culture, with vendors offering a wide range of locally sourced produce, handmade crafts, and delicious food.

Terenure's excellent transport links make it an ideal base for exploring the wider Dublin area. The city centre, with its wealth of attractions and landmarks, is easily accessible by bus or car. Alternatively, the nearby Dublin Mountains offer a range of outdoor pursuits, including hiking, mountain biking, and horse riding.


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