Save 80% (€210) with our 3 month summer pass...
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Visit Wells House & Gardens free of charge as often as you like, just show your seasonal pass at the front desk
*€210 saved based on 2 visits per week over a 3 month period.
Wells House & Garden's Summer Pass
Love coming to Wells House & Garden’s? Why not save money now by buying our Summer pass. With the pass you gain unlimited entry to the grounds including the fairy and gruffalo woodland walks, gardens, adventure playground, restaurant and animal farm.
Wells House is a dog-friendly destination, perfect for walks all year round. So why not treat yourself to a summer pass and take the time to relax and enjoy nature with your friends and family. We are open daily so you can take advantage of our historic grounds every day of the week.
Visitors can browse through the Craft Courtyard which is a great place to pick up unique, lovingly made craft products.
Summer Passes are €50 and valid until the 30th of September 2020, 7 days a week for one car entry to our events and grounds all year round.
Bring the little ones?
Bringing the little ones? Make sure to
check out our Magical Fairy Trail
We and the Fairies of our woodland would like to thank you for visiting our Fairy walk year on year, it’s great to welcome so many new faces and each of you add a sprinkling of fairy dust to the enchantment of the woodland. It’s not just our Forest Fairies that live here but Mr Gruffalo and his child are also waiting to meet you along with all of their forest friends!
While Mrs Stone's Restaurant is not currently open for sit down meals, it is now open for takeaway tea's, coffee's, ice-cream and snacks for all our visitors to enjoy.
See you soon!
P.S. don't forget to pre-book your gate tokens on Eventbrite as we must adhere to reduced numbers to ensure adequate space for social distancing.
Explore & Relax
Unwind & Relax in 100 acres of tranquil Woodland
Immerse yourself in nature & explore our historic house & grounds which date back to the late 1600's.
The delightful and tranquil gardens at Wells were laid out by English architect Daniel Robertson in the 1800s and are a must see when visiting Wells including Mogue's walk, Lady Frances walk, and atmospheric People's Arboretum.