Powerscourt House & Gardens, Enniskerry, County Wicklow. Admission charged. Open daily

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Ample parking with designated disability spaces. Drop off point available at the front of Powercourt House. Maps available outlining paths best suited for wheelchair users. Electronic doors. Wheelchairs are available to borrow for your visit - best booked in advance. Many benches and picnic tables throughout the gardens. Good access for wheelchairs into the café and terrace area. Disability toilets available in Powerscourt House and at the waterfall. Lift available to the ballroom within the house. No dogs allowed other than assistance dogs.


There is a café on site. Local amenities outside of Powerscourt gardens include hotels, library, pubs, cafés and more.

Brief Description:

In 1730 the 1st Viscount Powerscourt commissioned an architect to transform the medieval castle at Powerscourt into a grand mansion. This was completed in 1714. Today the house and gardens have both been voted highly by The Lonely Planet Guide with Powerscourt House ranking in the Top Ten mansions and Gardens Worldwide.

Further Information:


Powerscourt Estate, Enniskerry, Co.Wicklow, Ireland.




+353 (0) 1 204 6000




Situated 1.2 miles from Enniskerry via R760 and Eagle Valley. OS SG 203734.

Opening Times:

Open daily: 9am-5.30pm. Gardens close at dusk in Winter. Opening times for the other attractions vary - please see powerscourt gardens website for more information.

Admission fees: Adults: €6.50. Student/OAP: €6. Child(Under 13): €3.50. Children under 5 free. Family Ticket: €18 (2 adults & up to 3 children). *Carers and assistants free of charge to the gardens.


This venue is best travelled to by car.

For more travel information go to http://www.transportforireland.ie/

or call 00353 1 879 8300.

Travel Information

For further travel information please see: www.transportforireland.ie

Or call Transport for Ireland on +353 1 879 8300