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Killruddery House and Gardens

  • 4.7

  • from 799 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



Co. Wicklow

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Killruddery House and Gardens
Co. Wicklow
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Google reviews

  • 4.7

  • from 799 Google reviews

Dara Robinson

3 weeks ago


Membership was well worth it, and we only have it about a month. Using it constantly. The gardens are lovely, a lovely place to stroll around, meet up with friends outdoors and enjoy the sun (when it comes out 😂). They have a market on Saturdays which is lovely, nice food and bits on sale. There is a coffee shop both inside the Gardens and outside plus a farm shop, honestly not a place I'd come to shop but we definitely buy things when we are there. The membership is the best thing really, if you love in the area and like being outdoors, it's definitely value for money, we love it

Pauline Mackin

a year ago


What a day spent in Kilruddery. Was given membership for Christmas. Went up to activate it and was met with an extremely helpful young man. He was efficient, polite and very helpful. Then had a beautiful stroll around the gardens followed by some shopping at the Farmers Market. Couldn't ask for more.

Надя Шебеко

2 weeks ago


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!❤❤

Monica Strina

a year ago


I love this place and have been going for years. It reminds me of the garden in Alice in Wonderland! Beautiful flowers and plants, friendly staff, sand pit for the children and several cafes... There are also goals for playing football and fairy houses... Ponds and wild animals... One could not ask for a more idillic setting!

Oliver Leamy

3 weeks ago


Called in there today to meet up with some friends. Sat out in the courtyard - 2 tea, 2 coffee and 4 pastries came to 26E which wasn't bad. Staff seemed overworked, I think the may bank holiday crowd was more than they expected. However, for us, we had a nice and relaxed chat over a cuppa.

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+353 (0)1 2863405

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