Killrudddery is a heritage visitor attraction on Dublin’s doorstep, housing three generations of the Brabazon family whose ancestors have lived at Killruddery since 1618.

Killruddery is a great historic house of Ireland. The magnificent country estate in Wicklow is a sustainable, bio-diverse, 17th century garden that includes flowering woodland, painterly landscapes, a high-hedge Sylvan Theatre, long ponds, a productive walled garden and a delightful tearoom. Home to the Brabazons (the Earls of Meath) since 1618. The Estate’s heritage horse yard is a space to shop, eat, and celebrate the seasonal bounty of Killruddery’s gardens.

  • House Tour
  • World-renowned 17th century Gardens
  • Tea Room
  • Farm Shop, Grain Store, Garden Room Coffee Shop and Pizza Shed
  • Active working farm

Opening Times:

For up-to-date opening times of the different areas and events check the website here


Admission Rates Apply for House Tours and Gardens, check online here

Kilruddery Yard (Food & Shopping Space) is free to visit

Useful Information

Complimentary car parking onsite

Getting There

Killruddery House & Gardens is situated 20kms south of Dublin, just beyond Bray in Co. Wicklow. Take the M50 southbound onto the N11 then take Exit 7, the Bray/Greystones exit and follow signs to Greystones. We are on the right near the end of the Southern Cross road leading from the N11 to the Greystones Rd.

Get the Dart to Bray and from Bray Dart Station you can get the Fingegans Bus, the 184 or 84 to Lord Meath’s Gate. Killruddery House and Gardens are an easy 500 metre walk from there. Simply walk up the hill and turn right at the round about, the gates are 300 meters from there, on the left hand side of the road.

Map Location: 53.181621, -6.101873
Contact Killruddery House and Gardens

Southern Cross, Bray, Co. Wicklow, Ireland

Eircode: A98 W9F2
T: +353 (0) 1 286 3405
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