About: Brigit’s Garden takes visitors on a beautiful and magical journey through the spiral of the seasons into the heart of the Celtic heritage and mythology. The garden is themed on the Celtic seasonal festivals, making it a historical, environmental and cultural experience. Brigit’s Garden is regarded as one of the most stunning gardens in Ireland, as it is set within 11 acres of wildflower meadows and native woodland. Included on the grounds is a nature trail, children’s discovery trail, living willow play area, ogham trees, an ancient ring fort (fairy fort), roundhouse and calendar sundial.
There are family-friendly events hosted at Brigit’s Garden throughout the year. These events are linked to the natural environment and Irish heritage. There are also summer camps available which gives children an opportunity to surround themselves with a natural environment of gardens, woodlands, and meadows, providing the perfect playground for kids. The Garden Café offers wonderful food with vegetarian options made with organic ingredients fresh from the gardens when possible.
Gardens and gift shop open from February to October daily from 10am to 5.30pm.
The Garden Café is open daily from May to September from 10.30am to 5pm. Open Sundays in April & October.
Adult: €7.50 (April – September) €5.50 (February, March and October)
Child (under 4’s free): €4.50 (April – September) €3.50 (February, March and October)
Family (two adults + three children): €22 (April – September) €17 (February, March and October).
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