Words almost fail me, this a a wonder of nature, it really has to be seen to be believed, we visited in sept having attended a function locally, best decision we ever made, the magnificence really can’t be put into words from the roar of...More
About Powerscourt Waterfall
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It is $6 to see the falls. They are beautiful! You can park and walk down or drive right down to the falls. There is a little snack shop at the upper lot that is really reasonably priced and has good chips.
My friend and I visited Powerscourt Waterfall on a cold but bright day and it was really lovely. The views, not just of the waterfall but the surrounding woods, were stunning, with the beautiful autumn colours, and we could have walked around forever! There is...More
You cannot miss this waterfall. There are no words to describe how amazing it is. There is discounted pricing for seniors. Make sure you wear proper shoes, as you can navigate the rocks to get right in front of the falls.
We made a point to stop here after visiting the majestic Powerscourt House and Gardens. What an impressive site! The pure beauty and power of this natural wonder is extraordinary. Many families enjoyed picnicking in this sensational setting, and the ice cream for purchase was...More
Well worth a visit! A little entrance fee but it is worth it. Toilets and a kiosk provided! The Waterfall is gorgeous and I recommended walking the trail too! We only managed half of it due to time restraints! I suggest giving yourself 3 or...More
The waterfall, apparently the highest in Ireland, is in a secluded area so you must drive. It means you probably will take the hours to go straight there, so be aware there is an entrance fee of 8 euros per adult. It's a beautiful spot...More