Celtic Gardens Walk & Sun Trails

A walk through the four Gardens takes you on a journey through the Celtic cycle of the seasons, each garden representing one of the Celtic festivals of Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine and Lughnasa. This seasonal cycle mirrors the cycle of life from conception to old age and death. The design weaves Celtic stories with contemporary design to create spaces that are beautiful and tranquil yet inspiring and full of life.

The Roundhouse nestles in the centre of the Gardens, with windows looking out onto each of the four Gardens. This is a place for art and music, meditation, meetings or just relaxing.

Meander along the Sun Trail and wander through our woodlands and meadows, with sun features, energy installations and the crannog, with boards giving visitors information on ecology, history and mythology.

Get inspired in our Sustainability Zone with interactive renewable energy features and educational polytunnel.

Brigit’s Garden is very family-friendly with a kids’ discovery trail, a natural playground and lots of opportunity to explore. Perfect for a family day out!

Visitor Information

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 Hours

Apr - Sept

Oct - Dec 18th

Feb - Mar

Dec 19th -
Jan 31st

Visitor Centre & Gardens

Open daily

10am - 5.30pm

Open Wed - Sun

10am - 5pm


Garden Café

Open daily 
Apr - Aug 

Open Wed - Sun

in Sept

10.30am - 5pm

Open Wed - Sun

10.30am - 4.30pm


Last entry to Gardens 45 minutes before closing.

Click here for local walking & cycling routes.


Ticket Type

Apr - Sept

Oct - Mar




Child (under 3's free)



Family of 4 (2 adults and 2 children)



Family of 5 (2 adults and 3 children)








* Carers accompanying people with disabilities are admitted free of charge.
**Eco refers to those who arrive by public transport (Citylink or Bus Eireann), e-car or bicycle. The bus will leave you at the bottom of the road, 2km from Brigit’s Garden.


Drop into our weekly Sunday Meditation or connect with nature on one of our Forest Bathing Walks – there is plenty to do at Brigit’s Garden for every age group.

Throughout the year Brigit’s Garden host a variety of special events, great for a family day out including the Easter Egg Hunt, Elves and Fairies Day and the Halloween Bonfire and Storytelling. Visit our events page see what’s coming up next.

Café in Galway


Our award-winning food is cooked every day with the best of ingredients, using herbs and edible flowers from the garden and fresh local produce. We have something for everyone, with plenty of dishes for visitors who are vegetarian and vegan and yummy options for kids. Lots of home baking too, so you can enjoy coffee and cakes or a delicious lunch.

Our light-filled garden café has huge picture windows for perfect indoor dining, or you can sit outside on the patio surrounded by flowers and the scents of the gardens.

There is no fee into the Cafe or Gift Shop so you can stop in as often as you like!


We welcome visitors who have a disability.  The building and the gardens are accessible and a section of the nature trail is also accessible to wheelchair users.  There is a fully accessible toilet.

We also have a complimentary electric car charger in the car park.

Carers accompanying people with disabilities are admitted free of charge.

Those traveling by public transport (Citylink or Bus Eireann), e-car or bicycle receive discounted entry to the Gardens. See above pricing table for Eco pricing. (The bus will leave you at the bottom of the road, 2km from Brigit’s Garden.)


Visitors are welcome to bring dogs so long as they are kept on a lead. We kindly ask owners to clean up after the dog as necessary.