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Located just 3 km from Dublin city centre, the National Botanic Gardens are an oasis of
calm and beauty, and entry is free.
A premier scientific institution, the gardens also contain the National Herbarium and several historic
wrought iron glasshouses.
NEWS FROM THE GARDENS
Science Week at the Gardens
November 13, 2017
RTÉ One will be broadcasting WEATHER LIVE from the National Botanic Gardens on Wednesday 15th, Thursday 16th and Friday 17th
from 7pm to 8pm.
This landmark show will be broadcast live from the Teak House. A range of forecasting and weather science will be covered
as well live demonstrations of weather balloons, the Coriolus effect, cloud making and phenological observations.
One of Ireland's Weather buoys, that is taking a well earned rest from measuring 17m high waves,
will be on show at the Gardens all week. Presenter Kathryn Thomas will be joined each night by a
host of studio guests and Met Éireann forecasters,
amongst them Gerald Fleming, Evelyn Cusack and Joanna Donnelly.
Latest calender of Events
October 4, 2017
We have a program of over 40 events planned for the next five months including exhibitions,
talks, workshops and guided walks.
Totally Terrific Tomato Festival at The Gardens
We will be hosting two events in conjunction with the Dublin Book Festival (2-9 November)
as well as an event to mark the first National Harp Day (11 November).
Check out our events page now . . . .
September 6, 2017
Come and see the largest collection of Tomato cultivars ever assembled in Ireland. For just one week
we are hosting Killruddery House and Gardens collection of nearly 200 tomato varieties
Read more here ...