Update 9th April 2021. The Gardens are open daily. Please read below.
Brigit's Garden is located in Rosscahill at the gateway to Connemara, between Moycullen and Oughterard. It is well sign posted from the N59 main road, just a 20 minute drive north of Galway city. Click here for a Google map of our location
Update 29th April 2021. The Gardens are open daily, 10am – 5.30pm.
The Garden Café and Gift Shop will remain closed until Government restrictions allow.
Take-away teas, coffee, cakes and snacks will be available.
Admission tickets can be purchased on arrival and advance booking is not required. However, if you wish to book tickets online you can do so here.
|Admission to Celtic Gardens 2020/21||Easter-Oct||Nov-Mar|
|Child (under 2's free)||€6.00||€4.50|
|Family (2 adults and 2 children)||€26.00||€20.00|
|Family (2 adults and 3 children)||€30.00||€24.00|
*Carers for disabled visitors are free of charge
Become a Member
Become a member and enjoy free admission year-round, along with many discounts. Click here for membership details and benefits.
Special Eco Concession
Visitors arriving by bicycle or public transport (tour buses not included) receive one euro off for an individual admission and three euro off for a family admission.
We welcome visits from groups and offer attractive group options. Please book in advance.
We welcome visitors with special needs.
The buildings, gardens and a section of the nature trail are accessible to wheelchairs and there is a fully accessible toilet.
Visitors are welcome to bring dogs so long as they are kept on a lead and out of the 4 formal gardens and cafe. Owners must clean up after the dog as necessary.
'Inspirational! A heartfelt thank you for the wonderful guided tour.'
Eva and Tom, England.
'I first came to Brigit's Garden while on a Celtic Heritage tour of Ireland. The magic of Brigit's Garden was so compelling that I found myself flying back to Ireland just months later to visit the gardens!'
Mary Meade, Seattle, Washington, USA
'The haunting essence of Ireland and Brigit is palpable in Brigit's Garden. My visit there proved to be the defining experience of my trip to Ireland. In the gardens I had a sense that time no longer existed, past and present were happening at once. The power of my experience lingers still, and inspired me to compose and record a CD of harp music entitled 'In Brigit's Garden' when I returned to the US.'
Harpist, Composer, Therapist, Lecturer, Author,
Macungie, Pennsylvania, USA