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National Botanic Gardens, Kilmacurragh

Kilmacurragh, Ireland
+353 1 857 0909
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Very nice place for a relaxing afternoon

Nice gardens, they are still a work in progress but they are very interesting. Guided tours daily... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Afternoon stroll

Beautiful garden to dander around. We picked one of the hottest days to visit so got to see it at... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jane Q
Wicklow, Ireland
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“full bloom” (11 reviews)
“coffee shop” (9 reviews)
“free entry” (5 reviews)
Kilmacurragh, Ireland
+353 1 857 0909

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Reviewed 3 days ago

Nice gardens, they are still a work in progress but they are very interesting. Guided tours daily. Nice coffee shop and picnic area. Dogs allowed which is nice.

Thank VLLVBelgium
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Beautiful garden to dander around. We picked one of the hottest days to visit so got to see it at its best. As it was a Monday it wasn't too busy. Free entry and a safe car park was also a bonus. A must for...More

Thank Jane Q
Reviewed 14 July 2017

We live close to the Dublin Botanical Gardens. We happened to see signs for this on the way home and popped in. Lovely coffee shop on site and we were early so not too busy. I'm not a fan of the Brambles franchise but this...More

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Tramore, Ireland
Reviewed 12 July 2017 via mobile

We visited these botanic gardens after a stay in Avoca. Unfortunately the weather was not great, cold windy and wet. Although thankfully it stayed mostly dry during our stroll around the grounds. And our experience was wonderful. We had the place to ourselves (probably due...More

Thank A TripAdvisor Member
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Lovely gardens on an old estate ,now being used to conserve and protect selected native and foreign plants.A short walk with a truly expert guide ( Claire),a yummy lunch of scones with jam and cream and clean ,spacious toilets.No obvious information pamphlets with donation box...More

Thank Robyn C
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Lovely old gardens, a Victorian collection plants from all over the World in gardens which are being brought back from a overgrown wilderness. Lovely old walks through grounds, some up the hill behind the ruined house are Not wheelchair accessible but the ones out the...More

Thank petervsheehan
Reviewed 23 May 2017

Beautiful gardens to walk around especially in April May. The restaurant is small but the food is good and staff very friendly and helpful

Thank macbridee
Reviewed 21 May 2017 via mobile

Gardens need a bit of love and attention but nice walk. However small cafe is great. Food well presented and service was a delight.

Thank Garry H
Reviewed 17 May 2017

If you're a garden lover, especially of old growth well established gardens....don't miss this one. Can easily spend hours here......worth driving out of your way for.

Thank Jenna165
Reviewed 13 May 2017

A hidden gem in Wicklow, near Dublin. We went to photograph the bluebells and found white bluebells also! ANGELA was our Wonderful Guide for the 12pm walk and does she know and love her history and plants! We brought a picnic, as the day was...More

Thank Christy_Luv2
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Response from HDarvitt | Reviewed this property |
We got married here on the 5th of May 2005, I think the Rhododendrons were at their best at this time that year. We regularly go back as we are from Wicklow, but always feel that the flowers have peaked towards the start of... More