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Killruddery House and Gardens

  • 4.7

  • from 953 Google reviews

About the garden

House, gardens and farm with events throughout the year.

Opening times

April - Weekends only, 9.30am - 6pm May to September - Daily 9.30am - 6pm October - Weekends only, 9.30am - 6pm

Useful details

Cafe or restaurant

No cafe or restaurant on site

Shops

None

Co. Wicklow

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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 953 Google reviews

Надя Шебеко

4 months ago

5

We are so happy that we visited Killruddery! Not only fabulouse architecture and gardens with gorgeous rhododendrons and woodlands, but the overall atmosphere of a living history. The castle and demesne that is not a museum or a hotel, but a Home: living its life, growing its gardens, welcoming guests. Absolutely charming! Many thanks to the landlords and all the employees!❤❤

Eoghan O' Brien

2 months ago

4

Beautiful grounds with nice walks in the woods. House tour very interesting especially with regards to some of the previous owners. A wedding was in progress while we were there and it's a fabulous venue for this.

Patrícia Nečadová

4 months ago

5

I didn't catch a tour of the place but still just walking around the gardens was very nice and pleasant. Adults pay 8,50 € entry fee and you can go basically enywhere. There is a restaurant, cafe, shop and public toilet too. Definitely worth stopping by if you are ever in Bray.

Martina Thaiszová

3 months ago

5

Absolute feeling of freedom, beautiful wildlife, garden with beautiful statues, interesting nooks .... really worth a visit and stay for a few hours. Farm for children. Small market with food, jewelry, homemade products ... gardening. Everything perfect.

Helen Smith

3 months ago

3

Kilruddery House and Gardens is a nice place to visit. While the grounds are not a grand a Powerscourt House it has a peaceful charm about it. There is a nice little restaurant and toilets as well. The only negative thing is it is not wheelchair friendly as the paths around the gardens are not paved.

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+353 (0)1 2863405

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