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The National Garden Exhibition Centre 
The official online home of Ireland's only permanent garden exhibition includes opening times, admission prices, virtual tour, an interactive map of the exhibits and a photo gallery. A picture speaks a thousand words, as they say. Why not browse the website to find a style you like and then visit the exhibition in person to see how it's done!
 
Wicklow offers some wonderful natural and man made scenic areas. Travel through Wicklow and enjoy the seaside towns of Bray, Greystones, and Brittas Bay, with their Blue Flag Beaches. The County of Wicklow being only an hour from Dublin is easily accessible by rail, bus or car.  Travelling around Wicklow you will encounter the wonderful area of Avoca, Meeting of the Waters and surrounding countryside, and it was here that the television series "Ballykissangel" was filmed, an area previously known for its mines, in days gone by. Why not take a trip to the Avoca Handweavers for its store, café and a chance to see a working handweaving mill. Visit the town of Arklow and on to the wonderful Wicklow towns such as Kiltegan, Baltinglass, Stratford, Donard, and Hollywood. Enjoy Blessington Lakes in Wicklow and the wonderful Glendalough area in the Wicklow Mountains National Park, to explore this ancient monastic site, with its old church, graveyard and round tower and enjoy the many walks around this wonderful area including the Sally Gap, Wicklow Gap and explore the Glenmalure Valley. There is a reason why the County of Wicklow is known as 'The Garden of Ireland' , visit some Wicklow Gardens and explore the County of Wicklow for yourself! Enjoy a stay in a Wicklow Hotel or Wicklow Bed and Breakfast for your visit to Ireland.
 

 

Wicklow Festivals

Arklow Music Festivals, Wicklow

Arklow Music Festival in Co Wicklow held every March gives young and old a chance to enjoy singing, poetry, & Irish dancing along with many other street entertainment events. Also in Arklow, the SeaBreeze Festival and the Maritime Festival in August. Kilmacanogue Horse Show is a great community driven family show held in August.


 

 

 

 

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Glendalough is a beautiful part of the County of Wicklow it offers wonderful scenery and if you have your hiking boots a great place to take a walk around or just enjoy a gently stroll as it forms part of Wicklow Mountains National Park area. Glendalough is where you will find one of Irelands earliest Christian monastic settlements with St Kevin's Church and the Round Tower remaining. Russborough House is another great place to enjoy a stroll around or take a tour of this great House. Dwyer McAllister Cottage in Knockanarrigan in Co Wicklow is a fine example of an traditional Irish whitewashed thatched cottage and life at that time.
 

 

 

 

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Powerscourt Gardens & House, Co Wicklow

Take a trip to Powerscourt Gardens and House, with its many walks, walled gardens, and ornamental lakes. Mount Usher Garden located beside  Lake Vartry with hundreds of species of trees and plants. Killruddery House and Gardens  a wonderful day out also. Above are some of the reasons why Wicklow is called the Garden of Ireland.

 

 

 

     
 
 

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