Brigit's Garden

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    The Roundhouse at Brigit's Garden
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    Samhain Garden at Brigit's Garden
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    Standing stones at Brigit's Garden
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Brigit’s Garden offers a touch of magic in the heart of Ireland’s West, at the gateway to Connemara.  Our unique gardens, themed on the old Celtic festivals, bring Irish heritage to life in beautiful surroundings.

Our formal gardens spectacularly represent the four Celtic fire festivals of Imbolc, Lughnasa, Samhain, and Bealtaine. An additional 11 acres contain the careful creation and maintenance of several native Irish wildlife habitats where visitors can learn about Irish plants, flowers, forests, geology, history, and mythology.

We have excellent visitor facilities with a cafe, gift shop, and function room. Brigit’s Garden is family-friendly with a kids’ discovery trail and natural play. We are delighted to have been awarded "Family Friendly Destination of the Year 2017" by Georgina Campbell. Guided tours are available for groups. Brigit’s Garden is a not-for-profit organisation and runs a variety of education programmes, festivals and special events.

Explore: ponds, sculptures, a fairy fort, standing stones, 3000 year-old bog oak, a thatched roof roundhouse, a replica of an iron-age crannóg, our sleeping woman sculpted from earth, woodland trails, a small lake, a stone chamber, and the largest sundial in Ireland.  A treasure hunt is available at reception, the answers to which can be found throughout the Gardens.

Prices

Adults €8.00, Children €5.00 Family: €24.00 
Off Season (Oct-Mar) Adults:  €6.00 Children €4.00 Family: €18.50

 

 

Brigit's Garden
30 days ago

"To welcome the wandering dead on Hallowe’en, front doors were left open, food was prepared, and seats were set by the fire, which was built to burn through the night.
While released from their suffering the hospitality extended to the dead was, in part, offered out of respect, but also as a precautionary measure, as the dead… "
Read more about Hallowe’en in Irish folklore...

https://thefadingyear.wordpress.com/2017/10/19/the-dead-among-us-halloween-in-irish-folklore/


Brigit's Garden
a month ago

We welcome back two of our regular events again this Sunday. That is, Sunday Meditation with Moya Roddy -a relaxing meditation from 11am-12 noon. And of course the family forest day "Stick Sunday". This is a day for families to spend time together in the woods exploring, creating and having pure forest fun!
Hope you can make it.

http://www.brigitsgarden.ie/events


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