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One of my favorite places in the world!

I've been here before, but hadn't been for a few years. I decided on a road trip down to see it... read more

Reviewed yesterday
k v
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kenmare
Amazing

We were amazed. It was truly beautiful and it gave us time to think about important things. In a... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Bastian Z
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The Ewe is a home - open to the public, entirely created & run by a couple. Ireland's only 'Interactive Natural History Museum-on-a-Mountain' is a must see for anyone interested in art, nature or a totally unique experience - the perfect destination...more
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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N 71 Kenmare Road | Crossterry East, Glengarriff, Ireland
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+353 27 63840
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Reviewed yesterday

I've been here before, but hadn't been for a few years. I decided on a road trip down to see it again. As usual, I wasn't disappointed! There were some old pieces I'd seen before, and lots of new ones I hadn't seen. Some are...More

1  Thank k v
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We were amazed. It was truly beautiful and it gave us time to think about important things. In a very mad way it was creative and full with information. We loved it! Love to do it again.

1  Thank Bastian Z
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This place was excellent loved it the staff where really friendly and would recommend Any one to come here from children to the grandparents all the family would love it and its great value too

1  Thank Stephen F
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Brought 3 kids (2x4yrs & 6 yrs) Feast for their imaginations all the way. Simple games, large creatures made from recycled material lined the pathways winding up through a wood alongside a waterfall. This lead towards the bottom of a mountain & back down the...More

2  Thank MickWren
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stopped by with a friend just for curiosity of a signs on the side of the road. Thought it will be like those heritage places, where you pay to get in, but see only stone leftovers. But it wasn't! It was something we did not...More

2  Thank aliokas
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

At first you’re not sure what to aspect as you arrive at the little gate. But once inside you find it’s worth every euro (adults pay €7,50). There are more then 40 different sculptures all surrounded by the lovely green hills. The things you see...More

Thank CindyZwaartman
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is an absolute MUST DO!!!! In the two weeks that I have been on holiday visiting Ireland this is the best two hours of my trip! It is a private property owned by a couple, she is the artist and he is the literary...More

2  Thank aking03
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I try and visit every year and there is usually something new. A truly unique garden incorporating beautiful countryside. There is lots to read...maybe an informative guide book would help. The main theme is our impact on the Earth and while some may find the...More

Thank Mandy L
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Just pay this place a visit. You won't be disappointed. It's so different from anywhere I've ever been. The amount of work that must go into maintaining and improving this place must be enormous.

2  Thank BoxerKinsale
Reviewed 7 June 2018

A lovely way to pass time ,very interesting and thought provoking,lots of time and energy have gone into this garden,

1  Thank madison62
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Kevin A
16 June 2018|
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Response from Ewesmile | Property representative |
Hi Kevin The Ewe Experience follows a trail up the mountainside, so there are steps in the upper 3 gardens. The bottom garden is accessible with a buggy/pram, but all in all it's better to bring a baby carrier. If it helps... More
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marieangelo
4 September 2017|
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Response from DublinEyespy | Reviewed this property |
It depends on how quickly you want to go through the gardens. There is lots to see and read. You could walk it quite quickly in thirty mins easily but you would miss all the treasures along the way. Take your time and enjoy... More
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tikismom
26 May 2017|
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Response from Ewesmile | Property representative |
It all depends on the visitor. The four gardens are full of sculptures, narrative, interactive features & plenty to absorb. The Ewe is like an outdoor museum.. so it is more about how much can you take in, of the hundreds of... More
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