Kilmokea Gardens

Opening Hours: Opening hours: 10am - 5pm September & October: Wednesday to Sunday June - August: Every day

A beautiful Heritage Garden of seven acres

As well as being a beautiful Heritage Garden of seven acres, Kilmokea is one of the most historic sites in the South East, and a small Viking settlement and a Norman Motte & Baily and a wooden boat telling the story of Cessair, daughter of Noah, & her followers who sailed to the western edge of the world in order to escape the Great Flood.

A large fruit and vegetable garden complements a host of winding paths which provide an exciting display of exotic plants. The formal walled garden with lawns & herbaceous planting is overlooked by the fine Georgian house. The woodland garden is also home to Ireland’s one-of-a-kind Tree Fairy Village. The ‘Myrtle Wood’ storybook truly comes to life with the characters of the book sitting in the trees and in log piles.

The Garden Café and Craft shop provide plenty of things to see and do on a long afternoon spent here.

Dogs on a lead are welcome and guests are asked to clean up after their dogs.


The Gardens & Cafe open on 29th June at 10am to 5pm. We shall remain open daily to 31st August. In September & October we are open Wednesday to Sunday.


Admission to the garden:


Adults: €9.00

OAP: €7.00

Children under: 16 €4.00

Family Ticket: €22.00

Kids under 2 years old: Free

Groups are always welcome at The Gardens of Kilmokea on the Great Island Campile. Up to 12.5% discount for groups of over 20.


Kilmokea Country Manor offers rooms and self-catering accommodation. Visit their website for more information.




  • Cafe
  • Events
  • Gardens
  • Toilets
  • Wheelchair Access
Send A