Located just 3 km from Dublin city centre, the National Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm and beauty, and entry is free. A premier scientific institution, the gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic wrought iron glasshouses.Pack a picnic or stop by the lovely little coffee shop on site.
Even in winter it’s gorgeous, and how many outdoor places can claim that? Take a casual stroll around, you won’t regret it!
Beautiful place and free.
This is the most beautiful and peaceful park I have ever seen. The park is very beautiful, suitable for calming down and enjoying its beauty. There is a lot of water, plants, trees and flowers here. The quiet atmosphere in the park can give people a lot of relaxation.
The National Botanical Garden of Ireland is located 3 kilometers north of Dublin. It was founded in 1790 by John Foster, then Speaker of the Irish House of Representatives, and gradually expanded. Now it has more than 300 rare plants, six of which have been extinct in other parts of the world.
Garden as its name, such as in the plant kingdom, beautiful environment, very suitable for leisure and relaxation.
The transparent greenhouse flower house is very good! ___________ It 's a rewarding trip!