Brigit’s Garden is a Garden & Celtic Heritage Center on the doorstep of Connemara.

Brigit’s Garden is a Garden & Celtic Heritage Center on the doorstep of Connemara.  Our Visitor Centre, comprised of The Shop and The Garden Café, is the perfect place for a break just 20km from Galway City.  Our 4 main gardens represent Celtic fire festivals and are surrounded by meadows sown with native wildflowers, a lake, a fairy fort, and native woodland paths.

Let the kids run off steam in our natural playground, and learn about science, history, and nature while completing our Discovery Trail game throughout The Gardens. They can explore the woodland trail, duck into stone chamber, or look for underwater life on the lake dock.

Our Garden Café serves up freshly prepared food by our chef Sarah, using the best local produce with salads and herbs from the Gardens.  Enjoy tea or coffee and scones on the patio or in our bright new café overlooking The Gardens.  The gift shop at Brigit’s Garden sells carefully chosen pieces to delight and inspire. Each item has been lovingly selected to reflect the beauty of the garden and many of our items are produced locally.

Brigit’s Garden is a unique experience whether you’re here for a quick rest stop or to celebrate an important milestone!


Brigit’s Garden is located in Roscahill at the gateway to Connemara, between Moycullen and Oughterard. It is well sign posted from the N59 main road,  just a 20 minute drive north of Galway city.

Opening Times

March to October: Open daily 10am to 5.30pm
November to February: Open daily 10am to 5.00pm (closed Dec 24th – Jan 31st, re-opening Feb 1st)

How to book?

Go to their website HERE

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