About Ewe Experience
Often described as ‘Ireland’s Eden’, The Ewe is an innovative series of gardens along a one km trail combining nature, art, science, narrative and humour. An artist’s home, it has evolved slowly over 25 years into an interactive open-air natural-history museum, with a twist.
Set along a spectacular mountain waterfall, the four themed gardens lead you on an intriguing exploration – back in time and back to nature. Widely featured in the media nationally and internationally; it is a playful, creative and relaxing experience for all.
Visitors enter Falling Water Garden, before crossing the waterfall into the Timeless Glen, a shady forest clearing. The trail meanders on up through the Environmental Forest, where many sculptures are made from re-cycled materials, to finally reach the Valley of Eden which bathed in lush Jurassic planting enjoys spectacular views to the mountains and the sea.
Steep steps & uneven pathways –
comfy footwear recommended.
June, July and August every day
10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Adults €7.50; Children €6.00;
Family of four (2 adults 2 kids) €25.00
Use Eircode/Postcode P75 PY72
with Google Maps
GPS: N 51’4637 W 9’34’09
From Glengarriff: 3 miles up the N71 road to Kenmare – well signposted. From either direction look out for a map reading sheep on top of a vintage car.
Sheena Wood and Kurt Lyndorff,
The Ewe Experience, N71
Kenmare Road, Glengarriff, Co. Cork
Tel. 027 63840