After a €10 million refurbishment the Malahide Castle and Gardens have opened its gates once more to the public and tourists. This is good news for Dublin as one of its most beautiful attractions has returned with an ancient castle full of history and 450 acres of well-kept gardens.
Malahide Castle and Gardens has recently re-opened following a €10 million refurbishment by Fingal County Council and Failte Ireland, which will restore its ranking as a first class visitor attraction and preserve it for future generations.
A popular and most valuable amenity in North County Dublin, Malahide Castle is surrounded by 450 acres of manicured park lands, managed walkways and mature trees and state of the art children’s playground which is free to the public all year round.
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