The Pyramid of Dublin is located on the top of Killiney Hill in south county Dublin. It was constructed in 1852 and is classified as an ‘odd stepped pyramidal folly’. It was commissioned by Robert Warren who  owned Killiney Park and Killiney Castle and obviously had too much money. This is a fab spot on the top of Victoria Park where you can bring a sandwich and a flask of tea and enjoy the superb views of Killiney Bay to Sorrento Terrace, Dalkey Island and down to Bray Head.