The Garden Guide

St Fiachra's Garden

St. Fiachra's Garden was created to celebrate the Millenium at the Irish National Stud. St Fiachra is the Patron Saint of Gardeners and the garden seeks to capture his love of nature. There is a strong focus on rock and water.

Head Gardener's Comment

The Japanese Gardens were created between 1906 - 1910. It traces the story of the 'Life of Man from the cradle to the grave'
St. Fiachra's Garden was designed as a Millennium project and opened 3rd June 1999.
It has 4 acres of Woodland & lakeside walks
& is a natural hibitat.

Photograph © INS
Photograph © INS

Tully, Kildare, Ireland

From 12th February to Christmas - open daily 9:30am to 5pm., Closed 23rd December to 11th Februrary, except groups by request only.

Adult €11.00(includes entry to the Japanese Gardens, the Horse Museum, St. Fiachra's Garden and a tour of the Stud). Free Car Parking.

Visit the St Fiachra's Garden website

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