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Paid for a taxi to take us to these gardens. Then paid 5 euros each to look round. Then paid for a bus back into the centre. Although larger than our own gardens at home certainly nothing special and it makes me wonder if we...More
This is my 5th visit to the wonderful Dillon garden but I really had to experience the thrill of visiting the garden for the last time since I heard of the sale of the house.When I saw a local garden club travelling there on a...More
A famous garden that we've been wanting to see for years. It more than lived up to expectations. A remarkable, unique, very personal garden, and Helen is a very welcoming and informative host. Greatly inspiring.
Sadly, the property has been sold and the garden will...More
The Dillon Garden is only open Sunday afternoons, but email or call ahead to confirm - it's a family residence and the famous Helen is sometimes away, as she was when we visited. Her husband greeted us at the door, accepted our 10 euro fee...More
If you are interested in visiting one of Europe's finest gardens with without doubt the most amazing collection of plants,you MUST beat path to The Dillon Garden in Dublin as this is the last summer that it will open,The Dillons are moving to pastures new...More
Our quiet escape to Helen Dillon's Garden left us breathless. Colorful garden so perfectly planned with a natural vision, this garden allows visitors to experience nature at its best. With a guided tour, we were able to learn more about the features of the fascinating...More
Monday morning we went out from the city on the no 11 bus to ranelagah to see this garden its right beside the bus stop there was 10 of us . we got a warm welcome from little philipeno lady and later the owner and...More
I walked up to the front door, admiring the forest grove planting. On ringing the doorbell I was admitted by the dapper Mr. Dillon. I was ushered into a rather splendid drawing room and after a brief chat, shown the steps into the garden. The...More