Brigit's Garden takes you on a journey through the sacred spiral of the seasons into the heart of Celtic mythology, folklore and heritage. The extensive gardens span 5 hectares and consist of woodland and natural wildflower meadows. The visitor attraction is located in Roscahill only 12 miles from Galway City, just off on the N59 Clifden Road. Brigit’s Garden is divided into four gardens representing each of the Celtic seasons of Samhain, Imbolc, Bealtaine and Lughnasa. Each gardens has its own special features such as basketwork swings, standing stones and flame figure sculptures, There is a nature trail, ogham trees, children's discovery trail, playground with sandpit, living willow play area, an ancient ring fort (fairy fort), crannóg roundhouse, lily pond and the largest sundial in Ireland with unique calendar feature.
There is an interesting gift shop onsite along with the Garden Café which offers excellent homemade cuisine made with organic ingredients, many of which are picked straight from the garden.
Brigit's Garden offers a busy calendar of events ideal for family outings such as Elf and Fairy days where you are encouraged to dress up and take part in activities. There are also weekly classes in crafts and yoga which are open to visitors.