One of Europe’s Finest Gardens
Located within the 1,000 Acre Powerscourt Estate, Powerscourt Gardens are world famous (and recently voted No.3 in the World’s Top Ten Gardens by National Geographic) and receive 250,000 visitors a year. Set in the wild Wicklow countrywide in Ireland, overlooking the Sugarloaf Mountain, Powerscourt enjoys a breath-taking panorama. The Gardens stretch over 47 acres and offer visitors a sublime blend of formal gardens, sweeping terraces, statues and ornamental lakes, secret hollows and rambling walks.
Powerscourt Gardens were laid out over a period of 150 years and were designed to create a garden that was part of the wider landscape. Fine statuary and ironworks collected from across Europe adorn these magnificent gardens.
Powerscourt House features a range of craft and interior shops featuring Irish Design. The Avoca Terrace Café offers Irish artisan home-cooked cuisine.
- Daily: 9.30am – 5.30pm
- Gardens close at dusk in Winter
- The Gardens are open year-round and only close December 25th & 26th
Gardens Entrance Fees: 1st March – 31st October
- Adults €8.50
- Student/OAP €7.50
- Child (U16) €5.00
- Child (U5) Free
- Family Ticket €25.00 (2 adults & up to 3 children) SAVE €7 with our family ticket
Direction from Dublin City Centre/M50
Take the N11 southbound (Wexford). At approximately 19km , take exit 7 for Bray south, Enniskerry, Powerscourt Gardens. Turn left at roundabout, over flyover and rejoin N11 heading north. Take first left for Enniskerry Village (Exit 6a). Continue along road to Enniskerry Village. Take the road to the left of the clock tower, in the village square, continue up steep hill for 600m. Powerscourt entrance is on the right-hand side opposite church entrance.
Ph: (01) 204 6000
Following the announcement that Ireland will remain in full Level 5
restrictions golf is prohibited until 26th April 2021.
For now we are advised to stay home and stay safe to ensure that we continue to
flatten the curve.
We look forward to welcoming you all back to Powerscourt Golf Club in the not
‘STAY THE COURSE SO WE CAN GET BACK OUT ON THE COURSE’