Kilruddery House and Gardens. Admission Charged. Open daily

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Pathways laid to stone and gravel in places. Some steps into the house, although there are ramps in place, please be aware some are steep. The garden paths follow the lay of the land and are not always level. You may come across the odd small lip/step. There are toilets on site, with ramped entrances and baby changing facilities. No dogs allowed.


Cafe on site. Bray golf club is near by. Tesco superstore and more in the local area.

Brief Description:

Kilruddery is a living, working house, gardens and farm. It has been the home of the Brabazon family for sixteen generations. The garden layout was conceived by the French gardener Bonet in 1682. There is also a farmers market held here.

Further Information:


Kilruddery House, Southern Cross, Bray, Co.Wicklow, Ireland.



+353 (0)1 2863405.



Situated 1.6 miles from Bray via R761and R763. OS SG 259727.

Opening Times:

April weekends only – 9.30am-6pm. May to September – 9.30am-6pm, apart from Thursday evenings where the gardens are open until 9pm. October weekends only – 9.30am-6pm. Last admission an hour before closing.

House tours available at various times of the day, please see website.

Admission fees: Adult €6.50. Concession: €5.50. Children under 12 €2 and children under 4 free. Memberships €80 per year for new members and €70 for renewals, admits 3 adults plus the card holder and children under 12.


Bus services do operate in this area.

For more travel information go to

or call 00353 1 879 8300.

Travel Information

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Or call Transport for Ireland on +353 1 879 8300