Anyways, the gardens portray the paths of birth, childhood, marriage, parenthood, old age, death (fun times on that particular path) and the afterlife with an exploration of Eastern and Western traditions. You can also check out the stud farm, where race horses are conceived, born and raised.
Famous Bridge, Waterfall and statue of St Fiachra (the patron St of gardeners), having the craic on his lake.
Beautiful flowers everywhere, dotey little Japanese House.
The "Marriage Bridge", Being soppy on said bridge
St Fiachras gaff, outside and inside
Lots of open green spaces
And this is Margo, possibly the cutest foal of all time.
If you're interested in visiting the Japanese Gardens yourself, it's open all year round, admission prices range from 7 euro to 29.50 (family ticket) and tours are available.