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Unique experience in unexpected surroundings

Unusual and quirky statues in a beautiful forest surrounding, very calming and when we visited in... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Passie123
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Kildare
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Great place to visit peacefulness and family fun Well worth a visit sit think and learn... read more

Reviewed 27 September 2018
beverly s
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Olney, United Kingdom
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 28 June 2010

I stumbled upon this mystical, magical, spiritual experience purely by accident....just like the other visitors there who had never previously heard of it. Can't credit it's been in existence for almost 12 years. In any other country this would be in their Top Ten Tourist...More

5  Thank MikeFagan
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Reviewed 13 September 2015

After much hype, I was planning to visit Indian Sculpture Park some time this summer before it closed for the winter. And today (Sunday Sep 13th), I finally found my opportunity. But when I arrived out in my car, the park was closed due to...More

12  Thank DrewMDublin_Ireland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Unusual and quirky statues in a beautiful forest surrounding, very calming and when we visited in August we had an immensely enjoyable experience wandering around the trail at our leisure. Try out the forest beds for a few mins .

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Reviewed 27 September 2018

Great place to visit peacefulness and family fun Well worth a visit sit think and learn . Mindfulness, self realism , thought provoking really enjoyed our visit the sun shone which no doubt helped

Thank beverly s
Reviewed 15 September 2018 via mobile

Amazing place, definitively worth a visit! Don't look at too many photos before, it'll ruin the experience. It's a nice and quiet place as it's a forrest walk past lots of statues. We loved it!

Thank ClaraM2032
Reviewed 3 September 2018 via mobile

The perfect place for forest bathing. We appreciate the sense of humor of the owner, a real character (or better, a real human!). We enjoyed the beauty of this natural garden/forest for a peaceful time. Ideal for recharging batteries, wonder and wander.

Thank Veronica L
Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile

Very nice trip,kids enjoyed walk and figures. Can have a picnic,but have to take umbrellas in case of the weather change.Maximum 2 h will be enough time to see all park.

Thank Kris T
Reviewed 2 September 2018 via mobile

What a hidden gem of a place, what seemed like a few statues in a field suddenly turned into an introspective journey. Brainchild of ex-monk victor, whom I met on the day, the enchanted path captures your attention with brief narratives allowing and inspiring deep...More

Thank Cianwhack
Reviewed 31 August 2018

What a wonderful place,can't believe I only just found out about this place, such amazing art work and got to meet the owner who is such a nice man, great for photographers also

Thank Emmac11811
Reviewed 25 August 2018

Situated outside Roundwood on the Sally Gap road, Victor’s way was a total surprise. Having previously driven past and seeing some form of statue, we assumed it was a private garden, not so. We parked and paid the gentleman in the small hut (€5 each),...More

1  Thank Pathfinder803274
Reviewed 21 August 2018 via mobile

It was a beautiful experience the place offered amazing walks with thought provoking sculptures..liked the ganeshas in modern twists .a place for seekers indeed ..who love the inner world within themselves.thanks victor for such a space here in ireland .will b back again

Thank miniramdev
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile

Fantastic park for a tranquil walk and appreciation of sculpture. Completely ruined by loads of young children roaring, screeching, crying, climbing and hitting the sculptures with sticks. There were 3 families around us all doing this with the parents doing nothing to control them. The...More

1  Thank ClaireLyCork
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janetwhyte24
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Response from okitoastie | Reviewed this property |
Get a grip, children's minds need to expand, were you sheltered as a child ?
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Get the 181 St Kevin's bus towards Glendalough. It stops at Dawson Street and you can get it further along the route. Get off at the Roundwood Inn stop and walk up to Victor's Way which is about a 25 minute walk away. Search... More
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