The Ewe Experience, Glengarriff
(4.7/5 based on 280+ reviews on the web)
At The Ewe Experience, visitors can explore a natural garden infused with a wide array of artistic touches and general whimsy. A 1 km (0.6 mi) walk takes you through the four themed gardens and includes both a science trail and poetry trail. You're encouraged to interact with the different art pieces or pick up one of the games of solitaire or chess scattered throughout. In the Ewe Create area, you can construct your own sculpture out of natural materials. Bring a camera along to capture some quirky photos. Stop for a cup of tea and slice of cake at the on-site cafe. Sensible shoes are a good idea to help traverse the uneven footpaths. Put The Ewe Experience on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Glengarriff itinerary builder.
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  • On arrival at the ewe my 58 yr old friend asked me what on earth I had brought her to but by the time we had finish--ed experiencing the experience she couldn't wait to get homè and create her own exp...  more »
  • Truly a worthwhile experience. Really amazing place. Visited with2 young teen boys who thought it was fantastic. Only downside is Not disabled friendly due to rocky terrain. Highly Recommended! 
  • We were there last year and had so much fun that we actually this year wanted to come back, unfortunately the weather was not played with, although we were set on rain but we didn't expect such a storm. Because my two men in the Boy Scouts are there is actually no bad weather here but it was nu but too much. Next time but again. You can see different sculptures, no stories about and everything is just lovely and glamorous built.
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  • The Ewe Experience! Well its all in the Name! My self and Friend had our Ewe experience this summer just gone by. We arrived about midday which as a coincidence we met this fellow with a big camera which happened to be nationwide, that was a laugh. We met a gentleman called Kurt who told us where to start our trail. To be honest I'll have to go back it's fab, loads of imagination and works of art involving a lot of time love and hard work I'd say. Sculptors hidden every where, water fall going through and every step you take another surprise in front of you and all around the trail are games for young and old. Loads of trees of various different types. There is also a lovely area where you can get a bite to eat and a cup of tea. It's Stunning and educational for all to enjoy! Nice place for a school tour, loads to see. I'm definitely going back and the entrance fee is so reasonable. It's a magical place to visit and a wonderful experience.
  • Fantastic imagination and thought provoking. Best decision made to stop here . Autistic gentleman we supporting was amazed.
  • Very interesting and will done
  • Great and unusual gardens
  • great humor and imagination, good for the family.