Dublin

St Fiachra’s Gardens

Opened in 1999 to mark the approaching Millennium, these woodland and lakeside walks are dedicated to St Fiachra - the Patron Saint of Gardeners. Water and rock dominate the design which reflects the monastic spirituality of 6th and 7th Century Ireland. An underground garden, Waterford Crystal shaped rocks and  fibre-optic lit ferns, orchids and other plants are among the horticultural highlights.
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Guarded parking
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Open

Mon-Sun 09:30 - 18:00. Last admission 17:00.

Price/Additional Info

Adults €12.50, Seniors/Students €9.50, U-16 €7, Family (2+4) €29.50.Admission covers Museum as well as Japanese Gardens, St Fiachra's Garden and a guided tour of the National Stud.

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