Brigit's Garden, a sanctuary in the West of Ireland.
Updated 31st December 2020. See Visitor Information for arrangements under current Level 5 restrictions.
Brigit's Garden takes you on a magical journey into the heart of Celtic heritage and mythology, making it one of the truly outstanding places to visit in the West of Ireland. The award-winning Celtic Gardens are widely regarded as one of the most spectacular in Ireland, set within 11 acres of native woodland & wildflower meadows. In addition to the Celtic Gardens visitors can enjoy the nature trail, an ancient ring fort (fairy fort), thatched roundhouse and crannog, and the calendar sundial, the largest in Ireland.
Brigit’s Garden is very family-friendly with a kids’ discovery trail, a natural playground and lots of opportunity to explore.
Our Visitor Centre houses the Garden Café with excellent fresh food, the colourful Gift Shop and a function room.
Brigit’s Garden offers a fully professional service to tour groups and community groups with guided tours of the Celtic Gardens, add-on workshops, group catering and bespoke programmes.
We offer a full calendar of family-friendly special events throughout the year, from Brigit’s Day celebrations to an alternative Santa experience.
Brigit's Garden is a Discover Science Centre and a popular destination for primary schools, with exciting programmes linked to nature and heritage.
Brigit's Garden is a wonderful enchanting place. The attention to detail is extraordinary, down to the types of flower used in each space make for a wonderful experience. There is always lots to do and if you are lucky enough to visit on one of the festival days
Celtic Gardens Walk
A walk through the four Gardens takes you on a journey through the cycle of the year, each garden representing one of the Celtic festivals of Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine and Lughnasa. This seasonal cycle mirrors the cycle of life from conception to old age and death. These are wildlife gardens, designed to reflect the West of Ireland landscape and managed to encourage biodiversity. Read More >>
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges facing us in the 21st century. The Nature's Power project is the start of a more sustainable era at Brigit's Garden, in which we are reducing our carbon footprint and introducing new features to educate and inspire visitors about green energy and sustainable living. Read more >>