The gardens are magnificent but due to the fire the house is really only a gift shop. I appreciated the audio but not all that informative. The trees were the best I have seen since the Redwoods.
About Powerscourt Gardens and House
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Powerscourt Gardens and House is a full day activity, walking along well defined paths, through some of the most beautiful landscaping in the world. Statuary is reminiscient of a trip to Rome. Even in the early Spring, the grass is green and the change of...More
The grounds of the Powerscourt Gardens is just beautiful. Everywhere you look is so manicured and the colors are vibrant with both the flowers and the grass. The Japanese Gardens on the grounds are breathtaking.
On a lovely day, this makes a great stroll around very varied grounds and landscapes. Like many of the great houses of Europe from days gone by, there is a large collection of trees from all over the world present here, as well as all...More
Visited off season, so the paths to wander on were very quiet. Take a raincoat or an umbrella in the event you are far from the house when the rain starts.
The Powerscourt Estate is worth seeing. Gardens and views are amazing. Easy to see all areas, well narrated audio tour. Don't miss the video on the history of this stunning home (mansion). This was an excursion offered on our cruise, glad we booked it! Families...More
Absolutely beautiful place to visit, we were so lucky it wasn’t raining that day, we had lunch in the cafe which was also very nice, the view from our table was fantastic...
We toured the Japanese,walled,tree,rose,and perennial gardens. It was interesting talking to the rose gardener. The detail in the statues and fountains was wonderful. Oh and the views!!!
Very thankful to the first Viscount for planting the trees over two centuries ago. The gardens are stunning and we spent several hours wandering.