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Brigit's Garden

  • 4.6

  • from 849 Google reviews

About the garden

Brigit's Garden is a not-for-profit project highlighted by gardens designed around Celtic festivals. The garden is 11-acres of native woodland and formal gardens located on the doorstep of Connemara on the West coast of Ireland.

Opening times

March-October: Mon-Sun 10-5.30 November-February: Mon-Sun 10.30-5

Useful details

Cafe or restaurant

Food and drink facilities include a cafe/restaurant.

Shops

None

Co. Galway

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Google reviews

  • 4.6

  • from 849 Google reviews

Kelly Pepels-Stewart

7 months ago

5

It's a fantastic place! What a gem. We enjoyed the exploring most of all. So many little things to discover. The lady at the entrance is really good with children too. Unfortunately didn't have time to enjoy a drink and bite but it looked really good.

Flo jo

5 months ago

5

What fantastic place to visit. A lovely trail walk around the different gardens . They have a coffee shop there. I love the eco houses they have built. Lots of different things to see and explore.

Leanne Minnock

a year ago

5

I cannot put into words how amazing these gardens are and have so much to offer for all ages. We had our wedding here on 14/10/21 and it was the most magical day. The staff so welcoming and went above and beyond to make the day so special. The food is always delicious, it has to be my favorite lunch spot! Support local by supporting this hidden gem!

Paul Barron

a year ago

5

Great place to visit. We booked online but you can pay on entrance either. Lovely gift shop and cafe as you enter. The cafe has lots of lovely meals all freshly prepared on site. They were operating outdoor dining when we visited so no need for DCVC. Lots of options to sit outside and plenty of covered tables should the weather turn. The garden itself is excellent with lots of interesting information and well developed exhibits. The sundial itself is worth the entrance fee. You can walk around at your leisure and visit the various areas. We were there for over two hours and had a lovely time. There is a playground for smaller children which has picnic tables should you wish to bring your own food. The toilets are clean and well maintained and the staff are friendly and helpful. Absolutely excellent day out for families or anyone interested in nature.

Derek MC cluskey

a year ago

5

This is an absolute jem of a place. What an experience. There are so many little pockets of wonder, clad with sculptures depicting mother nature and the many faces of Brigit. There's a great little play area with a water feature that emulates a canal system and there are so many interactive pieces dotted along the trail. The food from the cafe is amazing with plenty of Gluten free treats and there is even a gift shop with so many unique trinkets to remember your experience by. So educational, so interactive, so enjoyable, such a great day out.

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+353 91 550905

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