Ireland’s National Botanic Gardens in Dublin

Calling all botanists! Or do you just consider yourself a lover of all things nature, and/or Gardening? If so, make sure to visit Ireland’s National Botanic Gardens in Dublin! This Victorian garden is scattered with fantastic glasshouses, and also boasts over 17,000 different plant species in its 50 acres of space. The Gardens are also world-famous for some of their other attractions, these include The Curvilinear Range and Ireland’s only example of a tropical rainforest.

Where can I find Ireland's National Botanic Gardens?

The facility is located in the Glasnevin area of the city, this is a popular tourist destination and can be reached via public transport routes. Visitors can hop on the Luas at O Connell Street, and alight at Cabra.

In the outdoor section of the Gardens, there is a multitude of different sites to see. Some of these include Rose and Rock Gardens, River Walks, Fruit and Vegetable Gardens, and a Native Conservation Area. Visitors can avail themselves of regular guided tours of the facility, with both indoor and outdoor access included. So, what are you waiting for? Make the most of your next day off and step back into nature at The National Botanic Gardens in Dublin!

  • Tours are available all year round, on Sundays at 12pm and 2.30pm.
  • More tours are available Monday to Friday, 11.30am and 3pm.
  • Admission is free.
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