Killruddery House And Gardens – Often described as a wonderful place to escape for a great family day out.
Birr Castle Gardens and Science Centre offers something for everyone to enjoy and is especially interesting and educational for families.
Ardgillan is situated on the elevated coastline between Balbriggan and Skerries, 20 miles north of Dublin City. It is unique among Dublin’s Regional Parks for the magnificent views.
Gillighan’s World is a little piece of heaven on earth, a unique experience, a real Irish Fairyland for all the family to see.
A visit to Malahide Castle and Gardensis so much more than just a tour, it is an engaging and truly memorable experience and is guaranteed to be the highlight of your visit to Dublin.
Rathwood offers an exclusive range of hand crafted furniture, stylish gifts, a top quality restaurant, charming garden centre, walks and outdoor children’s play area.
The National Garden Exhibition Centre, now in its second decade, has established itself in Ireland as the leading exponent of new and classical trends in garden design.
A number of events are taking place at Kilmacurragh Arboretum this year. They include Workshops, guided tours and a families days
Enter a special place, where Ireland’s heritage comes alive with sights and sounds that shaped a country and helped to shape the world.
Bantry House is a stately home overlooking Bantry Bay in the south west of Ireland. Children under 14yrs are Free.
The Park comprises approximately 166 hectares and is an outstanding example of an 18th century landscaped park in the ‘Capability Brown’ style.
Avondale House, the birthplace and home of Charles Stewart Parnell .Set in a magnificent forest park of over 500 acres with tree trails and walks ranging in duration from one to five hours. …
Known at the most romantic garden in Ireland! Whilst still little known, it ranks in the top ten of Irish gardens and is often referred to as ‘the jewel in Ireland’s gardening…
This fine Regency-style building in a pleasant landscape setting on Fota Island, is complemented by the internationally renowned gardens and arboretum.
Emo Court was designed by the architect James Gandon in 1790 for the Earls of Portarlington and is a magnificent example of this neo-classical style.
Visitors to one of the south west’s most exotic gardens will see 30 different species of bamboo, 12 different species of palm trees, superb coastal woodland walks and unique views.Kids are…