National Botanic GardensCurrently Closed
- Address: Glasnevin, Dublin 9, Ireland
- Timings: 09:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +353-18040300
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Botanical Garden, Cafe, Leisure, Family And Kids, Fine Dining, Picnic Spot
National Botanic Gardens - Review
National Botanic Gardens is a lovely green zone to explore where you have the bliss of nature and a couple of picnic spots on the same land. The garden is replete with trees, shrubs and colorful flowers. The garden is home to a café as well which serves yummy snacks and meals. The National Botanic Gardens is an oasis of peace in the middle of a bustling city life. You could of course relax at the garden to get away from the busy city atmosphere.
National Botanic Gardens Information
- Guided tours are available. Check the official website for details.
- Paid parking is available.
How To reach National Botanic Gardens by Public Transport
- Botanic Gardens Bus Station
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Things to Know Before Visiting National Botanic Gardens
3.44% of people who visit Dublin include National Botanic Gardens in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
57.53% of people start their National Botanic Gardens visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see National Botanic Gardens
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting National Botanic Gardens
National Botanic Gardens Trips
National Botanic Gardens , Dublin Reviews
Absolutely beautiful. You can't leave the National Botanic Gardens without finding one flower, one plant, or one view that is absolutely beautiful. My wife and I visited the National Botanic Gardens during the summer on a sunny day. If you're limited on time then you need to visit the Great Palm House first then visit anything else second. There are restrooms near the entrance in the Visitor Centre. Bring a bag lunch and relax at one of the many benches.
Nice place to bring family on day out. Lots to see and you can pass few hours easily here. Lots of different t plants and flowers from around Ireland. Nice features of water ponds etc and the ground is well kept. Nice overall. Recommend for families
Nature lover's paradise. Acres of tree, shrub, flowers and wild plants to explore in acres of parkland. If the weather is bad you can still come and take refuge in three large greenhouses full of exotic fauna and flora from all over the globe. Loads to explore here with cafe and exhibition centre to view as well. Great place to wile away the afternoon.
I've lived in Dublin for 40 years and this was only my second visit I'm embarrassed to say but it won't be my l last. Beautiful gardens, really peaceful and stunning. I won't be renewing my annual pass to Powerscourt- no need when the Botanical gardens is free - and nicer! Good value car park too
Living in Dublin all my life and visited the botanic gardens yesterday for the first time. AMAZING. So many beautiful things to see and a nice little cafeteria for lunch. Parking available too which I didn't realise until we were leaving. I'd imagine weekends and summer holidays it's pretty packed but a mid visit was perfect.