Pop-up gardens to appear all over Dublin this week
Visitors to Dublin and residents of the city will get a taste of what’s on offer across Ireland’s Ancient East.
Pop-up gardens are appearing across some of the most well-known venues in Dublin this week to showcase just a handful of the stunning stately gardens and country estates scattered across Ireland’s Ancient East.
The pop-up gardens will transform busy pedestrian walkways and urban areas of the city and offer a taste of what’s on offer just a short drive from Dublin.
Unique gardens located across Ireland’s Ancient East will be showcased at iconic locations in Dublin, such as the Molly Malone statue, which will display the gardens of Huntington Castle & Gardens in Carlow.
Elsewhere, the Japanese Gardens at The Irish National Stud in Kildare will be on display at Barnardo’s Square near Temple Bar, while commuters at Heuston Station will be able to catch a glimpse of the apple orchards of Emo Court House in Laois.
See the full list of the locations of the pop-up gardens below and click here for more information on the gardens of Ireland’s Ancient East.
- The Japanese Gardens at The Irish National Stud, Co. Kildare – Barnardo Square
- Huntington Castle & Gardens, Co. Carlow – Molly Malone statue, Suffolk Street
- Powerscourt Estate, House & Gardens – Louise Kennedy Fashion House, Merrion Square
- Emo Court House, Co. Laois – Heuston Station
- Birr Castle, Gardens & Science Centre, Co. Offaly –The Gaiety Theatre, South Kings Street
- Mount Congreve Estate Gardens, Co. Waterford – George Bernard Shaw, Richmond Street South