Stillorgan Village opened in 1966 as Ireland’s first shopping centre. Since opening, the centre has been at the heart of Stillorgan Village and its community serving the shopping needs of generations young and old.
Stillorgan Village is an outdoor Centre, with wide malls and covered walkways.The Centre’s strong retail offering includes well-known brands such as Tesco, Dunnes, Kilkenny and Donnybrook Fair.However, Stillorgan Village is also proudly home to many boutique brands and Irish owned businesses.
Arriving at Stillorgan Village could not be easier.The Centre is serviced by the following buses 11, 46A, 145, 75 and 47 and the Luas stop at Stillorgan is a 20 minute walk away Those preferring to drive can avail of 2hrs free parking in either of our surface car parkswith 500 customer spaces.
With over 50 retailers to choose from, you can be assured that whether you’re looking for groceries, fashion, homeware, technology, beauty or something delicious from our food retailers you’ll find it here, all in the one place!
Please note that Stillorgan Village is a food and retail environment. For hygiene and safety reasons we do not permit dogs on the malls except for guide dogs and assistance dogs.
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Built by Crampton for developer MEPC, Stillorgan Village was opened on 1st December 1966 by then Taoiseach, Seán Lemass. Designed by architect John Costello, it was inspired by his visits to America and intended to provide maximum convenience and a vibrant new retail option for the residents of South Dublin.
The Centre includes 18,046 square metres of retail area. Renovation works which took place in 2018 completely transformed the centre and included new façade, canopies, an extension which included an extended Tesco grocery store and food offering, new mall paving, car park layout enhancements and a newly designed 1st floor mall – The Orpen Mall.