Botanic Gardens Dublin
Botanical Gardens with historical hot-houses and nature trails
Located in a suburb of Dublin’s northside, the Botanic Gardens make for a relaxing visit all year round- and in all weathers. The blend of indigenous and exotic seasonal flowers, plants and trees are attractively displayed both outdoors and inside the historic glasshouses, dating back to 1800.
There are a number of events throughout the year held in the Botanic Gardens that would suit a broad range of ages: including themed walks and even theatrical performances. Daily entry to the Botanic Gardens is free of charge, making this a very economical sight to visit. There is a popular café (with toilet facilities) onsite, as well as a number of artisan coffee shops and bakeries in the local neighbourhood.
The Botanic Gardens can be easily reached from our central location by taking a local bus from South Great George’s Street: reception will be delighted to advise on the bus number/ times and fares.
Other Outdoors Attractions
Dublin Bay Cruises
Explore Dublin’s coastline by boat
Howth and Malahide
The perfect sea-side half day trip from Dublin’s centre
Dublin’s “Secret Gardens”
707 hectares of open parkland in the centre of Dublin
Stephen's Green Park
An iconic glass shopping centre, just 1 minute from Drury Court