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National Botanic Gardens

Category: Sightseeing + Tours

Glasnevin, Dublin, 11


National Botanic Gardens - Reviews from across the web

National Botanic Gardens - Dublin - Reviews of National Botanic Gardens - TripAdvisor
As a local, we go there often with our young children. It's a great place for an afternoon walk, but not if it's raining. We've been there summer and winter. It has greenhouses, lots o...

National Botanic Gardens | Museum/Attraction Review | Dublin | Frommers.com
Established by the Royal Dublin Society in 1795 on a rolling 20-hectare (49-acre) expanse of land north of the city center, this is Dublin's horticultural showcase. The attractions include more than 20,000 different plants and cultivars, a Great Yew Walk, a bog garden, a water garden, a rose garden,...

National Botanic Gardens- Dublin, Ireland - VirtualTourist.com
the national botanical gardens, glasnevin cemetery and the gravediggers pub - all within five minutes of each in glasnevin which is about a 15 bus ride from o'connell st. glasnvein cemetery is as beautiful and peaceful as you'd expect any graveyard to be, except the headstones and monuments are just...

Review of National Botanic Garden of Wales website
. The Plants and Collections include: the Great Glasshouse with collections of plants from Chile, Australia and the Cape, The Double Walled Garden with its story of the evolution of flowering plants, The Apothecaries Garden, which has a substantial collection of herbal plants and finally, the Woods ...

Good Web Guide Review of Edinburgh Royal Botanic Gardens website
explains the work of RBGE in curating the living collection and cultivating the landscape in all four gardens. Across the four sites there is a collection of 16,000 species, which represent a number of families of plants and geographical regions that link to the research of the RBGE. There are many ...

National Botanic Gardens - City Centre - Tourist Attractions - Citikey Dublin
Opened in 1795, the National Botanic Gardens are both scientific and aesthetically replete. The many different species of plants, flowers, trees and shrubs are carefully tended and the tropical plants are housed in especially magnificent 19th century curvilinear glasshouses. There is no admission ch...

Dublin Tourism - Parks & Gardens - National Botanic Gardens
Ireland enjoys some of the best courses, with over 440 dotted around the island. From some of the best links courses in the world to the most lush parklands, you certainly will not be disappointed when you swing a club in Ireland. Dublin County is home to over 60 of those golf courses with another 5...

Botanical Gardens- Dublin, Ireland - VirtualTourist.com
The Botanical Gardens and Glasnevin Cemetery When I was a kid an excursion to these two places used to be used as a threat by unscrupulous teachers if one was being bold in school - as in 'Ye can forget the trip to Gweedore this year boys! It's Glasnevin and the Botanic Gardens is all ye'll get!'. A...

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