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Altamont Gardens

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Marj
Marj
August 23, 2020
Free entry to garden. €2 for Car Park
Ray
Ray
January 1, 2020
Widely respected as the jewel in Ireland’s gardening crown, Altamont Gardens are an enchanting blend of formal and informal gardens with riverside walks covering over 40 acres (16 hectares). Recognised as one of the most beautiful gardens of Ireland, the estate gains much of its character from the…
Ingrid
Ingrid
November 24, 2019
This rare and special jewel Garden paradise is currently undergoing significant improvements. Corona North’s heirs allowed the State to undertake a major segment of restorative work to the Altamont Family home. The gardens are available to visit on almost every day of the year. Free of charge to…
Noelle
Noelle
August 18, 2019
Fabulous grounds and coffee shop for a lazy afternoon!
Deborah
Deborah
July 13, 2019
One of Ireland's outstanding gardens, a Robinsonian garden with some ancient oak forest. Lovely walks through herbaceous borders, round a lake, through an arboretum, down a wild, steep glen to the River Slaney, and back up the 'Hundred Steps' to the garden and impressive plant sales.

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