St Patricks Cathedral (CoI) Gardens

St. Patrick’s, Church of Ireland, Cathedral is built on the hill that gives the city its name, Ard Macha (the hill of Macha). Whilst it is steeped in history itself, St. Patrick’s Cathedral has several bordering gardens which have, in recent years been renovated.
Comprising of five themed gardens, the Contemplative garden, Herb garden, the Parterre garden, the Orchard garden and Transition garden offer something for everyone wanted to take time out and relax.
Overlooking the neighbouring housing areas and city, it’s an escape from the hurly burly of the town where you can unwind and spend time either in quiet reflection or taking in the all the beautiful architecture on offer.
The gardens are also home to one of twenty two gargoyles that live within the city, can you find it?

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