Castles/Gardens in Dublin

Ireland is awash with beautiful Castles & Gardens, many on your doorstep and others only a short drive away.

Below we've included some of the most popular ones.

Click on a Castle/Garden venue below to get more information.

Airfield Estate

Dublin - Airfield Estate
Open for business

COVID Information:Were reopening gradually, and are taking pre-bookings for annual pass holders initially. Bear with us as we adjust, well open the Estate to day visitors shortly. Airfield Estate is a 38 acre working farm in Dundrum, Dublin. Visitors love the fun filled family events cel

Overend Way, Dundrum, Dublin 14
Glasnevin Museum and Tours

Dublin - Glasnevin Museum and Tours
Reopens 20 Jul '20

Glasnevin Museum and Tours Opened in 1832, Glasnevin Cemetery is the largest cemetery in Ireland and is the resting place of many men and women who shaped Irish history over the last two centuries. The museum and tours explore the diversity of Irish life since 1800 through the experiences

Glasnevn Cemetery, Finglas Road, Glasnevin, Dublin 11
Rathfarnham Castle

Dublin - Rathfarnham Castle
Reopens 10 Aug '20

The Castle has a colourful and interesting history with 18th century interiors. The Castle is presented to visitors as a castle undergoing active conservation. The visitor can see, at first hand, tantalizing glimpses of layers of the Castles earlier existence uncovered during research. C

Rathfarnham, Dublin 14
National Botanic Gardens

Dublin - National Botanic Gardens
Reopens 10 Aug '20

The activies and role of the Gardens is a great deal more varied than meets the eye. Our purpose is to explore, understand, conserve, and share the importance of plants. We aim to make the National Botanic Gardens a place where leisure, recreation and education are all compatible for the e

Glasnevin, Dublin 9.
Dublin Castle

Dublin Castle
Reopens 10 Aug '20

Built between 1208 and 1220, this complex represents some of the oldest surviving architecture in the city, and was the centre of English power in Ireland for over seven centuries until it was taken of by the Irish Free State in 1922. Highlights include the 13th-century record tower, the l

Palace Street, off Dame Street, Dublin 2.